With modern technology, our world has grown smaller and we are able to communicate with loved ones around the globe in ways that our great-grandparents could never imagine. Why not share your wedding with friends and family that aren't able to travel to share your special day? It may seem daunting to set up a broadcast of your wedding ceremony. but live broadcast isn't just for royal weddings anymore. There are several services that make it very simple! First, check with your videographer. This may be a service they offer, since many companies offer broadcasting services to their corporate clients. If yours doesn't, there are some other options available.
Livestream sells a nifty device that broadcasts HD quality video directly from the camera, no computer needed. At $495, it's not a cheap option but it's a high quality one. The Broadcaster is pictured here (photo from the Livestream website), I think it's a pretty genius idea!
For cheaper alternatives, you could even use Skype, FaceTime, or Google+ Hangouts to share video. There are so many great options available to you!Wedding-specific broadcasts are the specialty of "I Do" Stream. Their options range from $199 to $595, depending on whether you have equipment or not.