Weddings: Saying ‘I Do’ Online in the Perfect Setting
Think about that perfect framed image you’d like up on the wall of your new home as you begin your journey together. The exact moment you said ‘I – Do’!
With the recent guidelines in place for intimate weddings. Here are some styling must haves and of course budget permitting a few ‘nice-to-haves’ as well.
Walking Down the Aisle
All girls dream of that perfect entrance, the white carpet, the aisle scatter and of course that perfect tune.
Considering this will be through the eyes of a lens its key to ensure you’ve got the right pair of heels on if you are considering a white carpet. If your Ceremony is outdoors an aisle scatter is just as pretty. In saying that on video a solid white carpet does give your moment a lil-something extra! Also with outdoor venues you may want to consider the risk of high heels on grass with no runner.
The Perfect Backdrop
The perfect frame is key for your ‘I – Do’ moment. Whether it be an arbour to help mask or dress a venue blank canvas or a set of floral plinths on either side of you in an outdoor setting to help frame your first kiss as husband and wife. If neither of these fit into your vision a simple decorative backdrop like geometric mesh screens or laser cut wooden ones can be the next best solution. Adding ambient lighting and soft touches of florals in keeping with your wedding palette is a ‘nice-to- have’. Again you don’t want too much light especially as untested back light for photographs and videos.
Making it Official
After the big moment it is key to ensure that whilst making it official you still keep in mind the styled frame. Using a high top table be it a tapas style or cocktail ensures your decorative backdrop is still in focus and of course trying to avoid low seating postures for camera. In saying that against an outdoor backdrop a low signing table may still be the way to go!
If your venue and budget allows for this, having a suspended feature can certainly add that extra visual treat to your big day especially for an online viewing audience. Chandeliers or floral arrangements built onto a circular truss above the couple can be a simple but effective way to add a touch of romance. Soft drapes are also a subtle way of dressing a bare ceiling.
Real Life Weddings
Bindi Irwin’s recent wedding was brimming with nods to her late father, Steve Irwin. … Bindi Irwin (21) married her husband Chandler Powell (23) on March 25 at Australia Zoo on the Sunshine Coast. In the week following the wedding, the couple has let us in on some of the most touching elements of their big day.
Bindi’s message to her guests:
‘’ March 25th 2020 – We held a small ceremony and I married my best friend. There are no words to describe the amount of love and light in my heart right now. We’ve planned this beautiful day for nearly a year and had to change everything, as we didn’t have guests at our wedding. This was a very difficult decision but important to keep everyone safe. We wish all of our friends and family could have been there with us, however it’s lovely that we will be able to share photos and videos. To everyone reading this – stay safe, social distance and remember LOVE WINS!”
Video Message from Bindi & Chandler:
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