Invite Everyone You Know on the Planet to Your
Virtual Wedding from Washington
Officiant Frank Harlan has coordinated with many couples in the past, and even more in 2020 to bring guests to their weddings virtually. Couples have many options available with Frank for ceremony locations. They can come to his Urban Farm for beautiful outdoor settings or his small wedding studio in northeast Seattle, set up for Virtual Ceremonies. If having the most important people in your life witness your wedding day, a virtual wedding will allow you to invite anyone from anywhere. Guest lists are unlimited.
Jason and Kate's Virtual Wedding was at Richmond Beach Saltwater Park. Their entire family members from multiple states attended their Ceremony and Mini-Reception. No live guests attended.
“With COVID-19 generating a rise in the popularity of smaller gatherings and elopement-sized weddings -- many with guests attending virtually from their homes all over the world -- is one of the most popular evolutions of the wedding industry, and can no longer be considered a novelty.”
~ Frank Harlan ~
Robert and Allison live streamed their wedding to 177 Virtual Guests and 4 attended Live to witness their Wedding and Mini-Reception at FranMo Urban Farm.
Your Wedding Ceremony may be streamed live on various Apps (i.e. Zoom, Google Meet, Face Time, Skype, Instagram, Facebook Live).
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.
Top 3 Questions About
Virtual Weddings in Washington State
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.