It might seem like a bit of a strange idea but there is a lot of tech that can be used in the lead up to a wedding or even on the day itself. You can literally use various pieces of technology to map all of your movements or get some truly awe-inspiring aerial shots of your wedding all with the careful selection of some much-needed devices.
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As you walk down the aisle, whether you are the bride or the groom you might feel your heart start to race and flutter with excitement. After all, today is the beginning of the rest of your life. A FitBit or an Apple Watch will track all of your movements, including your heart rate. This way you will be able to see if you got all your step in while you were out on the dance floor or pinpoint the moment your heart sped up which means you had just laid eyes on your significant other. It’s kind of a fun idea to people to know the exact time your eyes met your life partners as you proceed down the aisle.
Drones are becoming more and more affordable which means your wedding could up its photography game by using one. Imagine capturing an image of your outdoor wedding reception before all of your guests’ filter in and then an after shot of everyone sitting at their tables. You could even do a time-lapse of the dancefloor and catch everyone circling around the chairs as the bride and groom are raised into the air to the shouts of all the guests. Also, if you are having a destination wedding in a tropical locale than aerial shots of turquoise water and pristine sand beaches would be a nice keepsake of the day.
You can also opt to Livestream your wedding for guests that could not make it to the big day. A hidden GoPro within a bouquet for the bride would give all interested parties a bird’s eye view of the spectacle. If you wanted to go even more high tech, a small camera pinned to the lapel of the groom could also add to the Livestream. Basically, if you want to use tech to make your wedding feel like you have entered the future you definitely can. Just think about how amazing those photos and videos will be to look back on in the future.