Wedcasting

The new frontier of online love has moved beyond dating: people are getting married there too. Here's the download on Internet weddings

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Webcasting.

First comes cyberlove, then ... cybermarriage? Yep, thanks to long-distance relationships and the rise of destination weddings (about 25% of unions in the U.S.), more couples are getting hitched on the Net. We talked to three: one streamed video of the live ceremony, another actually wed via webcam, and the third got virtually married online. Anna Post, author of Emily Post's Wedding Parties, weighs in on the proper etiquette (no gifts required!) for when guests--or even the bride and groom--can't show up in person.

Streaming the Ceremony

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