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Wedding_Selfie_5The big day is all about the bride and groom and capturing each and every moment means more memories saved. In this day and age, technology is taking over and making things easier, so why not enhance the wedding experience with some high-tech adjustments?

No More Invites by Mail
Technology does a lot of things right, and one of those is saving on paper. The bride and groom can invite guests through cyberspace. Set up a website to invite family and friends (and even document photos), or invite guests via social media platforms. No more phone calls or sending paper invitations if updates need to be communicated. Facebook, Twitter lists, or a well-designed webpage for the bride and groom can make communication easier and a lot more fun.

Map it Out with Google
For those with wedding venues hidden in a small town or even states away, mark the ceremony or reception on Google Maps for guests. This map can even be placed on a website for easy sharing or emailed to guests who forget the directions.

Plan with a Private Pinterest Board
Pinterest, a bride’s best friend, can offer a great spot for wedding ideas, hair-dos, reception ideas, and more. Make the board private so your secrets are kept safe online while you plan the big day.

The GoPro Bouquet
Document the day with a GoPro, or, if you’re being truly ambitious, hide the tiny camera in the bride’s bouquet. This simple technology will capture high-definition candid moments and even the walk down the aisle.

The Selfie Stick
Capture the big day, or even the big moment, with a selfie stick. They have been around since 2011 in the U.S. and the idea kind of stuck. And now, bridesmaids and groomsmen are using these Bluetooth devices to capture quirky and memorable group shots. The bride and groom could even capture a wide-range shot at the altar. Don’t feel selfish. After all, it is your big day.

Say “I Do” with “I Do Stream”
Stream your wedding with “I Do Stream,” a streaming media service provider for weddings. You can broadcast your wedding with state of the art technology that is quick and easy, and fun to share with family and friends who can’t make it to the wedding.

Everyone wants to feel famous on his or her wedding day. The creation of a hashtag on Instagram allows guests to capture moments and share them with their loved ones in one central place. It is a simple, yet efficient way to document a wedding. Just make guests aware of the unique hashtag to use and your big day is documented in your phone’s app.

About the Author: Madeline is a guest contributor from The Perfect Card Box, a service providing unique photo card boxes for weddings, graduations and more.

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