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Tomorrow's Wedding, Today

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ANCHOR LEAD: Have you ever seen a robot at a wedding? That, and many other changes may be taking the traditional wedding service into the future. Brian Osuch has the details. (:60) SCRIPT: Lifestyles, I'm Brian Osuch. Summer wedding season is almost here. Editor of The Knot, Kristen Maxwell Cooper says Americans are infusing technology into their daily lives, and it's one trend that will soon become a part of many upcoming wedding ceremonies. CUT: (Maxwell Cooper) Really simple applications of technology can make a big impact on personalization. Expect to see drones, 3-D printing for a personalized cake topper, socially enabled photo booths and stylish, beautiful wearables to capture data, such as the bride's and groom's heart rate at key moments of their wedding ceremony. SCRIPT: Many of these features and other cutting-edge surprises will be part of this year's The Knot Dream Wedding, which will be held at Chateau ST. Jean, a gorgeous winery in Sonoma County, California. CUT: (Maxwell Cooper) Fans have been voting for weeks on everything from flowers, to makeup looks by Revlon, the wedding rings and even the gown! And now it's time to see our happy couple, Samantha and Taylor experience their dream wedding. Viewers can catch a glimpse into the future by visiting TheKnot.com on Thursday, June 4th from 3:00-5:00 PM ET. SCRIPT: For more, go to TheKnot.com. That's Lifestyles from The Knot.
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