Tips to Make Your Wedding a Digital One

Man taking wedding photo with digital cameraIn today’s modern world, it is no surprise to see that many more couples are looking for ways to make their weddings a little more digital friendly. Most couples are already taking advantage of today’s technology by sharing their important wedding details online, but there are even more ways to use digital techniques to save on time and money when planning your big day. here are a few:

Digital Stationery

Save time and money by sending digital save-the-dates and invitations. Rather than spending time addressing, stamping and collecting paper invitations, you can just set up a guest list on your wedding website and allow guests to RSVP that way. Guests can immediately notify you if they plan on attending your St. Charles wedding reception and wedding.

Photo Sharing Account

Though placing cameras on every guest table was the thing to do, it is now no longer relevant. Most wedding photos will be taken digitally, whether it be with a smartphone or a digital camera. Create an account on a photo sharing website like Flickr or Shutterfly so your guests can share pictures of your special day even faster.

Digital Favors

Avoid the hassle of placing wedding favors on each table that can be accidentally forgotten and opt to go in another, more tech-savvy route. Give your guests a digital gift by placing an access code or a gift card with the information they will need to go online and retrieve their gift.

Stream Your Wedding

If a certain guest cannot attend your special day, or your wedding is being held abroad, do not fret. You can now stream your ceremony and reception so your loved ones who couldn’t make it can have a first row seat to your celebration.

If you are interested in learning about our St. Charles wedding receptions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We would be delighted to help host your big day.

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