As technology changes, weddings change. The first wedding video sparked an entire industry. Think about how registries are different today for any given wedding. The utilization of the internet and sites like Amazon have drastically changed wedding shopping for the better, or so it would seem. Think about ordering your cards, cakes and even your dress online now. It's all there.
Ok, we all know basic facts about the internet, but a podcast? How? Podcasts are now mainstream and an excellent opportunity to inform your guests on your story. I am not talking about a series of events or a weekly show, but one message that your loved ones can stream on their very own, whenever they'd want. Think about an interview of the couple and how inspiring that story can be. Think about listening to that interview on your 25th wedding anniversary. It's another way to capture to moment of your event.
It doesn't even need to be a podcast per se, but that audio message that you can upload to the world. Let your friends and family understand why you chose the colors you did, because maybe they were the colors for your Grandmother's wedding. Or why that old table holding the cake was brought in because your husband to-be made it himself and is proud of it. The day itself goes by in a blink and you now have an even greater opportunity to reach your guests and convey your message while preserving even more of your pre-wedding energy.
Every wedding has stories to tell before the event. Every couple has dreams they would love to share before their big day. Why not preserve your own voice?
Justice of the Peace
Executive Director of Harrybrooke Park
Arielle Barker (Current)