Technology In Weddings – A Dawn of a New Era!

Technology In Weddings – A Dawn of a New Era!

India is a huge market for weddings owing to the propensity for grand and lavish celebrations. A decorator confined industry has grown into an agency format and is now recognized as an organized industry. With the upscaling of the innovation and creativity to make every marriage a memorable event, technology has slowly and steadily seeped into the wedding industry. With the introduction of high-tech sound, lights and special effects on the ground, marriage has transformed into a grand event. Due to the recent pandemic and advancement of digital media & technology in the last decade, the digital format has become the need of the hour and opened up numerous avenues for digital professionals as well. Below are the latest innovations that are transforming the wedding industry:

Virtual gift list

There are wedding websites, which create a symbolic gift list. The value of the purchases is converted into money, it avoids repeated gifts and allows the amount to be used, for example, to pay for the trips during the honeymoon.

Projected Decoration

It is no longer necessary to decorate the ballroom with flowers. With the help of techniques like projection mapping and graphic animations we can map and project images of landscapes, flowers, people etc. anywhere the client likes.

Virtual Dress Rehearsal

Buying a wedding dress can be a huge hassle! Instead of wasting time visiting numerous stores, brides can now save a good deal of time by looking at dresses virtually. Some applications, stores, websites etc. display dresses in 360º, offering a much more accurate visualization.

Live Streaming

In addition to filming, aerial shots or 3D photos, there is now the option to stream the wedding in real-time, so that those who cannot attend the ceremony can still be a part of it.

Collaborative photos

During the event, the guests can themselves compile photos and post the images using the wedding hashtag or else create a virtual album. There are even apps in which participants can maintain a track of all photos in one place. Later, the couple can access all the images to create an album entirely made by the guests.

Digital invitations

Many wedding invitations already come with QR codes, a kind of bar code, when captured by the camera of a smartphone, provides plenty of information about the party. The guest gets automatically redirected to a website where they can confirm their presence at the event, share photos, and even write messages to the newlyweds.

The options for the organizers and consumers are almost endless. The wedding industry with the advent of technology is truly booming!

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