People talked about e-weddings a lot during the pandemic. Weddings were held on Zoom, and people from all over the world sent their best wishes when they couldn’t make it to the wedding.
Many things have changed since then. There is a lot of interest in the Metaverse Facebook. The journey keeps going. Metaverse is a virtual 3D world where people can “live” and interact with each other through digital avatars.
A Metaverse Facebook Wedding
These types of weddings are supposed to be held in a virtual space. They also have to be designed by a virtual space designer as well. When a wedding has to be held, guests can come by the couple and their family. Since the covid-19 days, there have been some rules, and people can’t go in full force.
The cloud can be used to celebrate the wedding. The bride and groom’s avatars can be changed. They can also sing and dance. The wedding dress can be customized for the occasion.
Some Metaverse Facebook Weddings
1. In the United States, Labor Day weekend
Traci and Dave Gagnon, their avatars, married in the virtual world. The couple met through an Internet chat. They decided to hold an online wedding to commemorate this encounter, which would cost 30,000 US dollars (about 190,000 yuan).
This was the first wedding in the Metaverse. It was also live-streamed for people to watch. The dress was personalized, and flowers in the hair and a halo were also arranged.
2. In India
CNN reported that an Indian couple held the first Metaverse wedding.
Dinesh Sivakumar Padmavathi and Janaganandhini Ramaswamy of Tamil Nadu have invited 2,000 people to their virtual reception next month, although wedding gatherings are currently only 100 people.
3. Bhopal Abhijeet & Sansrati
A Metaverse wedding was also held in Bhopal for Abhijeet and Sansrati, who claims to be the first Indian couple to marry in the Metaverse.
The couple’s digital avatars held their ceremony on a scenic beachside venue, and the guests joined in via their digital avatars as well. The physical event took place in Bhopal.
A part of GroupM called Wavemaker is supposed to help make this first-of-its-kind 3D wedding possible. ITC Ltd. and Matrimony.com will work together to make this wedding possible.
Today, the Hindustan Times, India’s national newspaper, said: Is Metaverse the new place to get married?
A Metaverse Wedding’s Cost
In the USA, Dave and Traci had their metaverse wedding at Virbela, the firm’s sister company where they both worked and first met. Virbela was also the place where the couple first met. If you don’t make many changes to the virtual wedding, the cost could be less than $10,000.
From Rs 30,000 (401 US dollars) to Rs5,00,000.
In the United States, that’s $6,700.
Designing and building these digital weddings takes a lot of time and money, but the cost also depends on the digital venue, decor, theme, guests, and the avatars’ outfits, which can be changed.
How Will Metaverse Facebook Weddings Evolve?
“The trend is at a very nascent stage,” says Anam Zubair, associate director of marketing at WeddingWire India, “but millennials and Gen Z, who are investing heavily in NFTs, could be early adopters.” We believe it will influence how future generations plan weddings.”
“Weddings have always been about bringing people together. Some things are better experienced in person,” says Amarjit Singh, wedding curator.
The concept video shows that in the future, everyone can do anything in the Metaverse Facebook, such as playing cards, attending star concerts, fitness, meetings, and weddings.
It is a digital wedding in a virtual world called a “metaverse.” People can’t marry right now, and they have to be approved by a judge.
There are a lot of companies that are getting into the next big thing in technology. These companies include Microsoft, Nvidia, Epic Games, and Meta Platforms. Like you, I, and happiness say about the future of Metaverse. I’m going to call it “Meta Metaverse.”
If weddings have to be held in this way, content creators must be ready. We have to be prepared with the Metaverse. It also has to learn how to keep people happy at weddings. Learning tools from the Metaverse must be used by everyone who wants to get better at something.
We also have to be careful when we use the Metaverse or get sick of it.
When Kunti was pregnant with her first child, Karna, she had him from the Sun God, Surya. People didn’t touch each other.
When I talk and write about Metaverse Facebook, my friend says, “Who knows? We might be born through Metaverse one day.” That’s how the Metaverse is moving with the storm, too. It doesn’t matter what we do in 2022, but we need to know about the Metaverse to be smart.
My favorite way to meet people is to do it face-to-face, and I would love to have weddings and other events in the real world, but the world is moving swiftly. Prepare yourself for a meeting from a long way away.
Whether You Like It or Not, Be Prepared to Attend Metaverse Weddings in the Future.