Some like to have a technology-free wedding, others like to have incorporated in the ceremony and the reception. With the rise of technology, more and more people are integrating everyday technology into their weddings. Here are the top 5 trends to incorporate into your wedding.

Wedding hashtags

It seems like every to-be-married couple has a wedding hashtag now. This can be anything from a simple #BrideGroom2017 to a cute play on words with your names. It lets guests interact with your wedding via social media. It’s also a great way to search for photos after the wedding is over. Some couples even make a custom sign with the hashtag at the entrance of the venue.

Snapchat Geofilters

Nothing says “I Do” than a custom Geofilter that describes your love. Get a design-savvy friend to make the Geofilter and submit it to Snapchat. There is a nominal fee, but all your friends and family will be able to tag their Snapchat photos throughout the night with the filter.

A robot bartender

A Makr Shakr or Somabar cocktail maker is a portable bartender that makes drinks in an instant. You can use it to make your signature drink and have the human bartender make all other drinks. It’s also great for once the bar closes but the party is still going. All you need to do is pre-fill the cocktail maker with the drink ingredients and watch the magic happen. It’s a great tech add-on for outdoor wedding venues in Washington to incorporate wine drinks into your reception.

Drone wedding videos

Want a wedding video you’ll actually want to watch again? Use a drone to capture moments that you can’t with a regular video camera. They can also capture the scenery of your venue location. Another variation of this is the strap a Go Pro camera to a guest or someone from the wedding party to get a video from their point of view. You can even strap it to the bridal bouquet or in this couple’s case, a bottle of liquor.

Charging stations

Guests will be taking photos all throughout the night and Snapchatting the event, which will probably drain their battery. Have an Apple and Android charging station in the corner of your reception in case your guests forget theirs. Your guests will thank you.

Categories: General, Internet, Smart Phones

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