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Virtual Weddings

 The Wedding Studio at FranMo

Virtual Happy Hour. Virtual Dinner Parties. Virtual Game Night. Virtual Wedding? Yep. And, The Wedding Studio at FranMo is set up just for that purpose.

“Couples have used a variety of Social Media Sharing Apps to bring friends and family to their weddings. As a former broadcast TV producer, I have loved incorporating these kinds of creative  technologies with my unconventional concepts and ceremony content.

Couples working with me have streamed their wedding to Iceland, China, England and to relatives who were unable to travel. I have even had a Best Man attend virtually.

These days with COVID-19 issues; social distancing and doing their best to avoid passing or being infected, Virtual Weddings have become very practical, and less of a novelity.” ~Frank Harlan

Your Wedding Ceremony may be streamed live on various Apps (i.e. Zoom, Face Time, Skype, Instagram, Facebook).

Couples Invite their family and friends to log on to witness, laugh and shed tears of joy from the comfort (and safety) of their home – wherever they may be on the entire planet. 

Of the more than 700+ weddings Frank Harlan has created and presided over, dozens have been live steamed all over the world.

FranMo Urban Farm -- a 10-minute drive north from downtown Seattle -- is  a unique wedding venue that hosts a half acre of gardens in a park-like settings and a small wedding studio (think of it as a contemporary wedding chapel) that can accommodate up to 10 guests for an indoor elopement-style wedding.

The team at FranMo have the knowledge, skills and resources required to have your Virtual Wedding indoors or outside in one of their beautiful gardens or ceremony staging areas.

 

Top 3 Questions about Virtual Weddings

Q: Can me and my partner be at different location than the officiant and/or our witnesses?

A: NO. A marriage cannot be legally solemnized through the internet. Marriage by Proxy is not legal in Washington State. The "Virtual" concept is how your guests will attend and view your wedding ceremony online.

Q: What is required to have a legally binding Virtual Wedding Ceremony?

A: On the day of your wedding you will need a Valid WA State Marriage License. At minimum, the persons legally required to be present include an Officiant (Celebrant, Minister, Priest, Rabi) to perform the ceremony and sign off on your legal documents, and two witnesses.
 

Q: Our family lives in several different time zones, can we schedule an early morning or late-night ceremony?

A: Of course, that’s the beauty of having a wedding venue set up to support a Virtual Wedding.

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