Thanks to modern wedding tech, planning your upcoming ceremony is easier than ever before. Capture a wedding video that will last a lifetime, create your own wedding website, or even go virtual dress shopping online. No matter what what your vision for the perfect wedding, the following 5 wedding tech ideas are sure to help you to make it a reality.

 

Make Your Own Wedding Website

 

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By building your own wedding website, you can share new information quickly and efficiently with your guests and unify your ceremony planning. Creating your wedding website is surprisingly simple, and can be achieved through any number of host sites.

Big names in wedding website hosting include The Knot, Wedding Wire, Square Space, and My Wedding.

After choosing a template, you will be able to customize your new site with your wedding information in addition to making use of a variety of handy planning tools.

To make communicating with your guests as easy as possible, create your website prior to sending out your wedding invitations. That way, your guests will be able RSVP directly through your website, view your registry, and check up on additional ceremony details.

 

Download Planning Apps

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There’s so much to do as you plan your wedding that it can be easy to lose track of what you have done, what you haven’t done, where you put your seating chart, and which guests have RSVP’d.

Fortunately, there are a variety of wedding planning apps out there that can help you with just that. Create a wedding checklist with Wedding Wire, set up a digital registry with Zola, or manage your budget with this app.

The great thing about app planning is you never have to worry about losing your ceremony details--they will always be right there at your fingertips.

 

Go Virtual Shopping

Thanks to modern technology, there’s no need to search all over town for the perfect wedding dress and accessories.

With the ideal combination of apps, you’ll be able to determine the right dress for your body type, browse hundreds of dresses, rings, and accessories, and even try on your favorite choices virtually. To get started, try downloading Wedding Reality, Wedding LookBook, and WeddingEnvi.

Pinterest can also be a fantastic planning tool, helping you to find, share, and save your favorite style ideas.

 

Start Your Own Wedding Hashtag

After your wedding ceremony, tracking down your favorite candid pictures and videos can be a challenge.

By creating your own wedding hashtag, you can ensure that as your guests upload to social media, you are able to view and save their posts for your album. For best results, make your hashtag as memorable as possible, and include basic details about your ceremony in your tag.

“#JennyAndJake’sJuneWedding,” for example, tells your guests who and when while encompassing that all-important memorability factor.

 

Create the Perfect Wedding Video

Wedding videos are becoming increasingly popular--and rightly so.

By hiring a professional videographer to take footage of your ceremony, you can capture your memories in motion and look back on them for years to come. To create the perfect video, have your videographer combine footage of a drone or a small camera hidden in the altar's decor with footage from their professional video cameras.

Drones are becoming more popular in Bali also and can capture super-cool bird’s eye footage of your ceremony and your spectacular wedding venue.

You may want to check out the following Bali videographers who use such techniques:

VALENTINO RUYA WEDDING CINEMATOGRAPHY

WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY BALI'S VIDEO SERVICES

 

This article was written by: Naomi Janelle Shaw is a journalist, beautician and full-time mom. After being a stay-at-home mom for seven years, she now works full-time as a freelance writer, which she enjoys because it allows her to still be at home and there with her kids in the mornings and when they come home from school. You can Follow her on Facebook

 

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