By the time the wedding in full swing, the popular video broadcasting service stream reveals that the percentage of couples saying "I accept" to webcast has increased by 250% in just one year.
More and more couples who know technology incorporating the direct transmission of their marriages Internet, so friends and family who can not attend the wedding can see him from afar. From May 2014 until May 2015, almost 20,000 marriages were broadcast on stream while the same period last year was 7,800.
This service, along with other like Hang With, Skype and I Do Stream, offers couples the option of transmitting their marriages through internet. Couples can use cameras from the laptop or smartphones to pull free video, although the service can raise the price (about $ 100) for greater functionality such as more storage space, or remove ads.
America is the most popular place in direct transmissions. Followed by India, England, Australia and Canada, according to stream.
With the average American spends about $ 529 for every wedding follow - not to mention how much it costs to be present on one - can you see it from the comfort of your home may not be at all a bad idea.