Orange County offers wedding guests to watch wedding ceremony online
Starting October 21, Orange County newlyweds will be able to invite all friends and family members to their wedding ceremony online, regardless of their location.
Important events are becoming more and more accessible thanks to modern technology. And celebrating a marital union is even more convenient for everyone. Orange County has launched a pilot program that allows you to stream the wedding ceremony online through the popular Zoom platform. This is reported by the official website of the county.
However, since the service is being tested, it is currently only available at the department's North County branch. Here's its address - 222 S. Harbor Blvd, Ste. 110A, Anaheim, CA 92805.
So, when a couple registers their marriage, the officiant of ceremonies will offer them the opportunity to broadcast the marriage ceremony live. To do this, guests only need internet access and the Zoom app installed. An email from the newlyweds will receive a link. And it will be necessary to follow it to join the event.
This service is free for the couple. Although guests should ensure that their Internet provider does not provide any additional fees for using Zoom.
The initiative has several advantages. First, it allows family and friends from anywhere in the world to participate in the ceremony. Even if they cannot travel due to physical limitations or health conditions. Second, it gives newlyweds the opportunity to share this important moment with everyone they want to invite. Thirdly, Zoom is easy to use. Which makes this option very convenient for all participants.
After a successful launch, the pilot program may become a popular practice for other regions and countries. And the future of marriage ceremonies may become more accessible thanks to the Internet and technology.
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