Styling for a Webcast or Livestream

Styling for a Webcast or Livestream

With the rapidly evolving situation the event industry is now in and the fact that live events have changed for now, there remains still some ways to host events now but via online. As the whole world moves to Working From Home and video conferencing, we are now seeing a huge interest in Webcasting or Livestreaming: that is the power to broadcast your event to the masses. Think of it like TV, but over the internet. Online Events are here to stay.


Webcasting Stage Sets for Business

For businesses and companies that want to still communicate with their consumers, internal teams or industry, an online event via a webcast will be your only option.

Types of Webcast

There are many types of webcasts: from a simple Facetime from your phone or Zoom from your desk, to actual seminars & powerpoint presentations via a webinar to more sophisticated conference style studio webcasts with Live Q&As from the attendees tuning in from their home. Even inter-office happy hours, award presentations and announcements. We are seeing many companies beginning to use this online medium to host events and share the events with their audience online.

Styling for a Webcast

The one issue that many companies forget about in webcasting is styling. In this instance decor styling for your webcast. That is the look and feel of the webcast, the furniture you are using during the webcast and most importantly the background you are using when speaking to camera. In this new online world, the stylishness of your background is only further amplified as your audience can only see through the camera lens.

With this new focus on webcasting, Divine Events have put together some styling looks, that can be used for your next webcast. The focus of this styling is for webcasting and how it looks when you are talking or presenting to a video camera. See some of our styling looks below & know that each webcast can be tailored to your online events specific theme (much like a real in-person event).

Webcasting Stage Sets

Styling for Wedding Ceremonies

With all the new rules regarding weddings and the audience limits imposed on any ceremony moving forward: the only way to be able to share your special day with your loved ones, is to hold a ceremony that is then livestreamed to your guests.

We understand that this situation is not ideal & most bridal couples are postponing their weddings until later in the year. However there are many couple who want to press ahead and still get married during these times. The only solution being hosting an Online Event.

Livestream a Wedding Ceremony

Having a Wedding Ceremony as an Online Event doesnt have to be daunting. You can still be together with your loved ones and have them be apart of your wedding day. They may not be physically in the room with you, but they can still see, hear and feel the emotion coming through the livestream.

Styling for a Livestreamed Wedding Ceremony

A lot of couples are realising that you if you plan to Livestream your wedding, that styling of the space will be very important. The look and feel of the livestream will be dictated by the styling choices you make, even more so as the guests can only see what is viewable through the camera. The furniture, decor and florals you use are still an extension of yourself but must be enhanced in the online event. The stylishness of your background is paramount.

A great recent example of styling for wedding ceremonies in todays environment is Bindi Irwins wedding announcement. The backdrop, florals, dress and decor are still very important and together make her announcement an extension of the couple on their special day.

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With this new focus on livestreaming for Wedding Ceremonies, Being Married Live & Saying “I Do” in the Virtual World is our new line of Livestream specific looks that can be used for a Wedding Ceremony.

The focus of this styling is for a Livestream and how the ceremony looks when its broadcast online to guests. See some of our Wedding Ceremony styling looks below & know that each Livestream can be tailored to your specific theme (much like a traditional in-person wedding).



Married Live - Saying 'I Do' in the Virtual World

All the above images are just a small set of examples to show you how styling for Online Events is different & to give you an idea of what you must focus on when styling for webcasting or a livestream. Our team can tailor all aspects of the online event to suit your theme, space, messaging and overall look. We’ll put together the ideas for your online event into a concept board so you can see how the styling will look & then give you an itemised quote.

Our team of stylists are ready to answer any questions you may have about Webcasting for Business Events or Livestreaming Wedding Ceremonies. We have specific expertise in regards to styling looks for use in Online Events. Not to mention a wide supplier pool who can help with setting up the tech to make the Online Event happen. If you have an AV supplier or not, we can help organise the event & take the stress out of this new way of sharing your event.

If you are new to this type of event or just are wondering what could be done, please feel free to call us on (02)91254999 send us an email at [email protected] or send us an enquiry below.

Contact Us to discuss how we can help Style your next Online Event