Since the COVID-19 epidemic, many couples have embraced technology like Zoom to allow guests to attend weddings even if they couldn’t physically attend. With the newly launched ‘Metaverse’ which is the next big step; we wonder if ‘Metaverse’ weddings is the new way forward.
In this article; we discuss what your wedding in Metaverse would look like, the unique features of having your wedding there.
A metaverse wedding is a way of taking your online ceremony on a holistic virtual platform where you can invite your guests and your families members to join as in the real world. The Metaverse brings together the combination of both the real world and that for virtual reality.
There’s a whole new world of social interaction options in this new virtual terrain, which includes weddings. Two couples who married in the metaverse and exchanged NFT rings demonstrate the future potential of this unique and pioneering form.
If you wish to have a real-life wedding, you can still do so with metaverse weddings. Users can participate in this digital space using platforms such as Decentraland, The Sandbox, Cryptovoxels, and Somnium Space. And it will continue to expand.
You can create digital avatars and engage with your guests and vice versa. Your wedding venue can be customized to fit your preferences. You can have a modest intimate ceremony in one of the Metaverse’s existing estates, or you can create your own setting based on a mountain, seaside, or town.
Instead of a traditional wedding favor, you can give your guests NFTs (non-fungible tokens), which can be exchanged for cryptocurrency online. Moreover; guests can also gift couples other NFTs (non-fungible tokens) available for purchase in the Metaverse world which can later be exchanged from online currency.
There are a lot of options for planning and constructing metaverse weddings, and you can let your imagination run wild and incorporate a lot of unique details. The first Metaverse Fashion Week was hosted in Decentraland this March, bringing couture to the metaverse for the first time.
At its virtual flagship store, designer Elie Saab showcased stunning pieces from the current couture collection. In the near future, other bridal gown brands may also create wearables for avatars.
As of now a Metaverse wedding is not legally bidding; however you can always combine it with a paperwork package in the country you are residing at and have your online ceremony in the unique world of Metaverse.
The future is here and it is Metaverse. Keen to plan your big day here; book a consultation with the team and let us guide you on the ‘how’