There are plenty of options to handle this, so you can make things as simple or as intricate as you like. To film or stream a wedding, you need one camera that must be connected to a streaming source, Twitch, Discord or any of the others we’ve already mentioned.
For a more advanced stream wedding with multiple views, you’ll need a few more cameras. They could be smartphones, GoPros, webcams, or anything that can connect to the stream platform you’ve chosen.
Watch some streamers to see how they were done. If watching a gamer, look at the background gameplay. Most streamers have a camera on themselves that appears as a smaller box somewhere on top of their background screen. Keep in mind these sizes can be adjusted. How do you envision your background? It could be the view of your ceremony location. Maybe you’ll exchange vows on your balcony, or in your mother’s garden, or by the stream flowing through your yard. Wherever you choose will be so special and so perfect. You could have smaller camera views of yourselves closer up.
Think about the layout. What do you want to be visible in your social distancing wedding? Then set the cameras to record that area, have them connect wirelessly to your streaming platform, and you’re good to go. There are countless free tutorials on YouTube explaining how to set up your stream and cameras. You can do this!