As everyone adjusts to the rules of social distancing, large and grand weddings seem to be distant dream.
Shaadi.comlaunches a new website WeddingsFromHome to help its users plan virtual weddings.
- It lists all types of vendors right from Pandits/ Priests to DJ’s and Choreographers who are equipped to conduct an online wedding.
As everyone adjusts to the rules of social distancing, large and grand weddings seem to be distant dream. Also, the recent incidents that took place prove that any form of gatherings whether small or large are posing a threat to the society and must be avoided as much as possible. With this intention Weddingsfromhome.com allows users to conduct their entire wedding right from Sangeet, Mehendi and even the puja from their home via a video call.
The website is free to use and is open to all. It lists all types of vendors right from Pandits/ Priests to DJ’s and Choreographers who are equipped to conduct an online wedding. The website also features the stories of the online weddings done so far, to give users a glimpse of what goes on.
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Talking about their experience of doing an Online Sangeet, Yogita & Arjun from America said, “The entire event was absolutely seamless. All our family members had put up performances, our friends raised toasts at the E-Sangeet, and we thoroughly enjoyed it. We had more than 300 people join the video call from across the world. Not only was it more safe to have this function online than in person but we were able to connect with more family & friends virtually than we would have in real life had we had an in-person event. It was wonderful to see people from all over the world many of whom could not have traveled overseas because of the travel restrictions in place. As doctors, we also value the importance of social distancing to minimize COVID-19 exposure. Our guests loved the event and felt so connected to us and the festivities which meant so much to us."