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How it Works

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    How does Wedfuly help with the virtual wedding?
    A: Depending on the package selected (see next question), Wedfuly will be doing everything from managing the actual Zoom call by MC-ing, muting, unmuting, and cueing, to setting up an entire virtual wedding including an officiant, flowers, food, dessert, and invites. To learn more, hop on a Zoom call with our team.

    Q: How long does it take to plan a virtual wedding?
    A: While we recommend giving yourself at least 2 weeks time (especially if you haven’t gotten your license), if you have your license and are ready to go, we can plan your wedding in as little as 2 days! If you had a bigger wedding planned and want to keep that same date, we encourage that. If you’re open to dates, let our team know and we can give you a recommended timeline of planning.

    How much does it cost?
    A: We had such a huge influx of sign-ups, we offered the first 50 weddings completely free, but in order to continue paying our team and running our business, we have a new pricing system in place. See pricing page for details.

    What do you need from me to get started?
    A: Head here to get started.

    How many people can attend my virtual wedding?
    A: We can have up to 1,000 different devices attend the Zoom virtual wedding.

    How will it work with my officiant?
    A: If your officiant is joining you in-person (6 feet away), great! If not, we can have your officiant unmuted during the call*. We will switch to spotlight either you and your partner or the officiant, depending on who is talking. Some states will even allow you to marry yourself! The same goes for readers, singers, and speakers. They can all have their unmuted moment to shine as well. We’ll work through all these details on the rehearsal call.
    *Some states do not allow virtual officiants and your officiant will need to be physically present.