Wedding Webcast & Livestream in Sydney
Professional wedding webcast and live stream
Bringing family and friends together online
What is CeremonyCast?
CeremonyCast uses the latest live streaming technology to bring family and friends together online via a professionally produced live wedding webcast.
Webcasts are now a common part of wedding ceremonies. They enable those who can’t be there in person to still be part of an important moment.
Often people are interstate, overseas, unable to travel or can’t make it to the ceremony. And with COVID-19 restrictions in place, guest numbers are capped for health and social distancing reasons.
Our webcasts can be viewed on any device without any need to download an app or software. They are optimised for viewing on portable devices, such as your phone or tablet. Any number of people can watch the live stream, wherever they are.
After broadcast, our webcasts stay online as a recording to watch later. Experience shows while many people view the live stream as it happens, many more also watch at a time that’s convenient and comfortable to them.
A Wedding Webcast or live stream in Sydney by CeremonyCast is the closest thing possible to being there in person.
Our Wedding Webcast and Live Stream Service
Connecting friends and family online
The easy way to live stream wedding and marriage ceremonies
- Live Webcast
- Multiple camera angles
- Pro Audio
- Streamed via professional webcast platform
- Private webcast page
- Online guestbook
- Webcast stays online to watch later
- Video can be downloaded afterwards to keep
Getting married but missing important guests? Or organising a wedding that not everyone can attend? We can live stream your ceremony to your family and friends who can’t join you in person, bringing people together wherever they are.
Whether you’re outside on the beach or in the garden, indoors in a church or chapel, or having your ceremony at home, we webcast from all locations.
We capture the ceremony from different camera angles, so nobody misses a thing. Additionally we use pro-grade microphones or a direct audio feed to ensure good quality sound. And we broadcast using a professional webcasting platform to ensure the best possible quality. Because CeremonyCast webcasts are designed to be mobile friendly, they are easily viewed on phones, tablets and laptops without extra software.
Watch live or later
We’ll give you the address of the private webpage where people can watch your webcast, either in real time or at their convenience. So simply pass the link to anyone who wishes to view. We also open a real-time moderated guestbook. Afterwards your webcast stays online so people can watch it later. It’s also available to download and keep.
More than just wedding webcasts
CeremonyCast can live stream all kinds of events. We also webcast funerals – click here for more details.
We have also webcast school graduations, panel discussions and company presentations.
So simply tell us what you need and we can tailor our service to your exact requirements.
Get in touch on the contact form below!
Important notes on live streams
The ability to webcast and the quality of the live stream is dependent on the internet connection or mobile data available at the ceremony location.
In the event that we encounter very poor or no coverage, we will record the ceremony instead and upload it as soon as possible.
Our exact setup and equipment used depends on your ceremony location and what on-site facilities are available.
In order to avoid spam, messages in the Online Guestbook are approved manually. Therefore there will be a short delay before they are published.
Because webcasts are filmed from a fixed position and picture quality is optimised for live online viewing. They should be considered as an addition to, and not instead of, a cinematic video shot by a videography team.
Common questions and answers
A live webcast is an online video broadcast at a set time which you watch through your web browser, just like streaming a TV program or a movie.
Any number of people can watch, wherever they are. We’ll give you a special link to distribute to your online guests.
Our webcasts can be viewed on any device such as smartphones, tablets, desktop, laptops etc. They are optimised for viewing on portable devices, like your phone. You can also watch the webcast on your TV if you have Chromecast, Apple TV or similar hooked up (although the picture quality will change as the screen gets bigger).
You do not need to download an app or any software. Simply open up the webpage address we give you and the webcast will appear.
We can webcast from almost any location, inside or outside, using professional audio and video kit.
A livestream is dependant on a good internet connection. The ability to webcast and the quality of the stream is dependent on the internet connection or mobile data available at the ceremony location. Should we find there is very poor or no coverage, we will record the ceremony instead and upload it as soon as possible.
Yes. The webcast is broadcast live, but when the livestream ends, the video will be available as a recording to watch at your convenience.
Experience shows us that while many watch live, other prefer to watch at a time which is more convenient or comfortable to them.
By default, webcasts are online for one month, after which they automatically go offline. We can shorten or extend this time upon request.
No. We webcast using a professional livestreaming video platform which is viewing only. This is not a Zoom or Skype style service where viewers can be seen or talk back, because the video and audio quality on these platforms can be too unreliable. There are also copyright restrictions on these platforms with the inclusion of music in webcasts.
Webcasts are broadcast in the best resolution and quality we can achieve on site. In the vast majority of cases, the picture quality is excellent. We optimise our webcasts for viewing on portable devices, like tablets, phones and laptops as our analytics show us this is how most people watch.
Livestreaming is a balance between picture quality and the data speed available at the ceremony location, which can vary for reasons outside our control. So in areas of very poor connectivity, we will need to reduce quality to provide a reliable stream without pauses or buffering.
Yes. Should we arrive on site and find that we cannot webcast live, we will record the ceremony instead and post it online as soon as possible.
If the webcast fails mid-broadcast for reasons outside of our control, we will endeavour to resume as soon as possible. However the intervening part of the ceremony may be missed while we reconnect.
Live streams are also recorded as they are broadcast so in such circumstances, we can upload the recording of the ceremony for subsequent viewers.
Yes! Although we focus on funerals and weddings, we can also webcast other events too. Tell us your requirements and we’ll work out the best solution for you.
CeremonyCast was established to connect family and friends during important moments and milestones, combining a background in TV and media with experience in the funeral and wedding space.
Our aim is to offer professional live streaming and webcasting to as many families as possible by keeping the right balance between service and affordability,
Multiple camera angles
Private webcast page
Professional Webcast Platform
Webcast online for 1 month after live broadcast
Fees quoted are for ceremonies up to 50km from Sydney CBD. An extra travel fee will apply outside that area. Please ask for details.
Up to 1 hour of live streaming is included for the wedding ceremony. An extra fee will apply for longer durations.
For large or complex events where a technical rehearsal or advance on-site testing is required, an extra fee will apply.
Get in touch with CeremonyCast
Email us below or call 02 8325 1723