Live streaming your wedding vows

30 Jul 2020

Make sure all your guests get to see you tie the knot thanks to a new live streaming service launched by an innovative UK company 

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Thousands of couples have had to make the difficult decision to postpone their weddings as a result of Covid-19 and now, those that are choosing to go ahead (in the immediate future) are having to make the difficult choice of who to cut from their guest list as ceremonies are only allowed for up to 30 guests, including the couple, their chosen celebrant and external staff like photographers.

But an innovative UK company has launched a new live streaming service to help couples stream their ceremonies. Wedding TV by Fuze Ceremonies, was developed after the UK government enforced social distance regulations to stop the spread of coronavirus. 

Working with Sheffield-based Vivedia, a leading UK provider of media services and MemoriesTM, an Australian provider of virtual stories, Wedding TV provides a comprehensive service helping couples live stream their ceremonyThe service brings together videographers, celebrants, technology and customer support to capture a beautiful and compelling wedding video.  

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Anne Widdop, founder and director of Fuze Ceremonies, said: “Covid-19 has had such an impact on our lives, especially those who have had their wedding day affected. 

“We have been working with couples, heartbroken at having to postpone their wedding and potentially radically change their plans. 

“Wedding TV was designed with couples and distanced families in mind, with the aim to give the best possible experience of the ceremony to those who, for whatever reason, are unable to attend.   

“We have been working hard to provide a high-quality, secure and easy to use service. We have researched the emerging use of technology during wedding ceremonies and set out with an aim to offer a more personal, inclusive package of services and support to couples.   

“We really hope that Wedding TV will have a positive impact on the lives of those who’s ceremonies have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and will continue to do so for many years to come. 

Based in Glasgow, Fuze Ceremonies has a team of more than 40 celebrants and is expanding its span across the length and breadth of the UK. 

Established in 2012, Fuze Ceremonies offers Legal Humanist Weddings, Funerals, Naming, Affirmation and renewal of vow ceremonies.  The company also offers Celebrant training via the UK Celebrant and Public Speaking Academy. 

Fuze Ceremonies are currently offering a 15% discount on all of their new services until August 30, 2020. The booking must be made before this date to qualify for the discount.  

 

To find out more about the service and the packages on offer, people can visit Fuze Ceremonies. 

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