The true meaning of Live Stream
Updated: Apr 14, 2021
Its been 5 months since we started offering live stream to couples and this journey with them documenting while connecting them with their family and friends overseas is truly a godsend.
It might not be the perfect solution, but it was needed. In some ways it offers a consolation for couples that still wanted something for family and friends that can't attend due to travel restrictions.
It might not be the perfect solution, but it was needed. In some ways it offers a consolation for couples that wants something at least for friends and family that can't fit in the 100 pax limit. (as of April 2021 of writing this).
Yes, we all agree that is still shitty to have this type of arrangement. But the couples that opted for live stream always had the same remark after the whole wedding is done.
"Lucky I had y'all to handle the live stream for us.." "Is my mom in the zoom?"
"Thank you for allowing us to connect with my friends and family"
As we are creating this connection (literally and emotionally), we are finding the true meaning of it and I think after last week's live stream for Priscilla & Terrence.
Friends and family from all over the world (Sydney, China, Taiwan, USA etc etc) all came in to celebrate with them is important moment with them. Just looking at them marching in, going through the ceremony and position them like a guest on the actual location is really game changing, not just for wedding live stream but for us too.
Screenshots of our live stream feed:
It really felt like the guest were at the location with them but miles and miles away.. Their hearts were definitely there with them with the power of live stream.
What a way to end the weekend with all the hearts string together.
Yancong & Theingi