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These YouTube stars are livestreaming their wedding on Periscope
It’s a nice day for a Periscope wedding.
It’s wedding season, and these YouTubers are making sure theirs isn’t invite-only.
Kaleb Nation‘s wedding to fellow YouTube star bfftaylor (Taylor Elizabeth Griffin) will be streamed live to the world today via Periscope. Fans can tune in starting at 5pm CT, and virtually watch the nuptials of two successful vloggers on the beaches of Alabama. And it’s being filmed for TLC’s Say Yes to the Dress.
The couple came together in the most modern way possible: In 2011, they met at YouTube convention Playlist Live, chronicled their relationship on their channels, and he proposed to her at DigiFest, another YouTube-centric gathering. Kaleb possibly even predicted their marriage in 2009.
So, it would be weird if they didn’t have a Periscope wedding, right?
While a lot of people are using Periscope to watch people smoke weed and read Moby Dick, the Periscope wedding is catching on. It seems to be the next logical step for couples who’ve chronicled their relationships online.
You can tune in here.
Screengrab via Nation/YouTube
Audra Schroeder is the Daily Dot’s senior entertainment writer, and she focuses on streaming, comedy, and music. Her work has previously appeared in the Austin Chronicle, the Dallas Observer, NPR, ESPN, Bitch, and the Village Voice. She is based in Austin, Texas.