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Wedding Live Streaming

In addition to filming wedding through our PipeWolf Weddings brand, we also live stream weddings.

There are so many reasons why the people closest to you may not be able to join you on your wedding day – maybe they’re recovering from surgery, unable to travel due to pregnancy or a medical condition, have work commitments, too elderly to travel, financial challenges or there may be travel restrictions in place.

You may also want to keep your wedding small, an intimate ceremony or an elopement, and live streaming means that everyone is there without having to physical be there…the best of both worlds for people who want a short guest list.

No matter what the reason – we’ll take care of the technical side of things and ensure your live stream is as perfect as the rest of the day.

Ceremony Live Stream

Our experienced videographers can live stream your wedding ceremony with a single camera or multi-camera set up. Broadcasting every moment to your family and friends over YouTube, Zoom, or any other streaming service.

Reception and Speeches Live Stream

In addition to live streaming your ceremony we can also live stream the speeches from your reception. We can even arrange to set our system up so that people can make speeches via live stream, from anywhere in the world.


Our wedding live streaming packages include:

  • Professional videographers with years of wedding and live streaming experience
  • Professional cameras and audio equipment
  • Multi-camera and single-camera options
  • Internet bonding technology for a glitch-free live stream
  • 100% battery operated set-up for outdoor live streaming
  • High-definition live streaming
  • Video files of the full live stream delivered to you after the wedding

wedding live streaming

Frequently Asked Questions

What is live streaming?

Live streaming is similar to a live television broadcast, but instead of broadcasting your wedding through a TV station, we’re streaming the video feed via the internet.

Wedding live streaming requires a camera, audio feed, internet connection and software to turn the video from the camera into a digital camera feed that can be viewed on an online platform such as YouTube, Facebook or a website.

Your guests can view the live stream from anywhere in the world – they just need a computer, smartphone, tablet, or another smart device with an internet connection.

It takes years of technical expertise to be able to professionally live stream a wedding – there’s a lot of equipment involved, and there’s always plenty of troubleshooting when technology don’t want to play along.

PipeWolf Media are experts in live streaming weddings, our team always go the extra mile to ensure our live streams are of the highest quality so that friends and family who can’t be there in person have the best possible viewing experience.

How do I invite people to watch the live stream?

As soon as your live stream booking is confirmed we’ll send you the link to where the live stream can be viewed. You can share that link with family and friends – whoever you’d like to invite to watch you exchange your vows. You can also post the link onto your Facebook page, text it or email it.

Will the live stream be available to watch after the wedding ceremony?

Yes, after your ceremony people can click the live stream link and view the entire live stream as a video. This will be available for a few weeks after your wedding. We’ll also send you an MP4 video file of the entire live stream so you can download it and share it with anyone who would like a copy.

Will the live stream disrupt the wedding ceremony?

Our live streaming production set-up is very discreet. We use static cameras on tripods, usually at the back or side of the room/ceremony set-up. To get full coverage of you walking up the aisle, signing the paperwork or leaving the ceremony we may have one roaming camera, but for the majority of the ceremony we’ll monitor our static cameras and won’t move around.

What is included in your live streaming packages?

Our standard live streaming wedding ceremony packages include:

Up to 1 hour of live streaming in one location.

Filming in 1080p meaning the footage is high-quality.

Custom live streaming link to view the live stream from.

3 camera angles live stream – switching between camera angles during the live stream.

Internet bonding to ensure the live stream doesn’t glitch or drop out.

A recording of the live stream will be supplied as an MP4 file via Dropbox.

Online guestbook so friends and family watching the wedding live stream can send messages to the couple.


We can also create custom packages, tailored especially to your requirements.

What if the internet drops off?

We use internet bonding for all our live streams. This means we’re able to access both the Optus and Telstra networks, for example, if the Optus signal is weak or overloaded then our stream will start leaning on the Telstra network instead and vice versa. It’s a little bit like plugging lots of internet connections in together, instead of just one, so if one drops out it’s not a big deal – there’s plenty of support for the live stream.

Our internet bonding means it’s very rare that our internet drops out or glitches…but of course, technology can have a mind of its own sometimes. In addition to live streaming, we’re always recording the entire ceremony. If the internet does drop out, we’ll have the full ceremony uploaded online shortly after the wedding finishes.

Can you live stream weddings that are taking place outside?

Yes, our live streaming set up can be 100% battery operated and we’re able to live stream from many outdoor locations includring botanical gardens, national parks and private properties. Please keep in mind that our equipment can’t get wet, so in the event of rain we may need to bring a gazebo, or we may be unable to live stream outdoors.

Can we edit the live stream video after the wedding?

Yes, we do provide video production and video editing services. If you’d like to have an edit of the footage we capture during the wedding please let us know and we’ll provide you with a custom quote.

Where is PipeWolf Media located and what area do they service?

We are based in Berkeley (a suburb of Wollongong NSW) and are available to live stream weddings from Sydney to the Southern Highlands and down the South Coast. We regularly live stream in and around Wollongong, Shellharbour, Nowra and Sydney.

What is the difference between a single camera and multi-camera live stream?

A single camera live stream means we have one static shot for the entire live stream. It’s usually a wide shot showing the entire front of the ceremony, but it doesn’t zoom in on the couple or cover anything that happens outside of that shot.

A multi-camera live stream means we’ll have a static shot showing the entire front of the ceremony plus additional cameras focusing on each person saying ‘I do’ and people speaking or performing during the service.

While our videographer monitors the cameras, our other team member selects which camera shot will be sent to the live stream – creating a full-coverage viewing experience where the live stream switches between tight and wide shots.

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