While many couples are trying to keep their attendees cell phones out of their hands during their big day some are trying to keep their weddings “plugged-in”. As technology becomes more readily available for the average couple we are seeing technology more and more used to make a special day even more special.

Drone Photography

Trying to get everyone together for those great wedding shots can be near impossible during the excitement of the day. If you had some additional assistance from higher then what a photographer can reach it can make the experience much easier. Aerial photography is becoming much more popular among couples hoping to capture unique pictures and magnificent shots during their big day. If you are interested in going this route bear in mind drones do create a lot of sound and are not permitted in some areas so be sure to check in advance before jumping at this tech trend.

Bouquet Cameras

It is common to have many pictures of the bride making her way down the aisle but its far less common to have reverse shots of the attendees first looks at the bride. Bouquet cameras bring these new photos to life. Capture all those first impressions by asking your florist to save a spot in your bridal bouquet for a small camera. Mini cameras similar to a GoPro will fit nicely hidden away to record he grand entrance. With this added technology you will e able to see your big day from your perspective a second time.

3D Printed Cake

The 3-D printing fashion is making its way into the world of culinary. Have your baker create a modest cake that’s all you and then add astonishing 3D printed geometric shapes to add a little something extra. You can also have an amazing 3D printed cake topper design specifically for you as a couple.

Hologram Booth

The photobooth trend is sticking around for another year but for some weddings its taking on a whole new form with advanced technology. Holograms are taking center stage when it comes to cakes, room design and more and this isn’t stopping when it comes to the entertainment of guests. Make this idea all yours by renting one of from many of the holographic technology companies across the United States. Guests can generate real holographic versions of themselves they can see in real time. This technology isn’t cheap but it is definitely worth it if entertainment is a key factor of your big day.

Virtual Wedding Planner

More and more of your wedding day is moving to the internet with online videoing, photo share and much more. Even the planning process has found its home on your mobile device. Millennials want to be able to map out their wedding plans on the go and have access to all the details and information at their hand without lugging around folders and binders of imagery. Many apps created by wedding professionals allow soon to be brides plan their wedding on the move with less hassle walking them through time lines and steps one by one up until the big day.

Technology has made its way into all parts of our lives and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future so why not have that technology work for you by making your wedding day that much better.