Wedding websites are not only a great way to keep your guests and wedding party aware of your journey but are also great for posting wedding photos and videos, posting hotel information, uploading biographies and photos of the wedding party, listing your wedding vendors, posting registries, sending invitations and best of all allowing your guests to RSVP virtually so you’ll never miss a count!
Feature your Future
Having a wedding site means having all your ideas, contacts and timelines in one place rather than on different platforms. Certain wedding websites include features such as wedding checklists, budgeters, payment records, a countdown to the big day and seating chart organizer.
Do’s and Dont’s
Above all, do ensure that your site represents you as a couple
Do keep it well organized as possible, making it user-friendly. No guest truly wants to spend hours trying to figure out where to RSVP or where to find your registry.
Do not list your site on your wedding invitations, it’s not something you’re advertising its a compilation of resources to help you plan your big day.
Even if you send out a virtual RSVP option, do make sure to include a response card as part of your physical invitations.
Do keep your site active after the wedding, so guests can go back and retrieve photos, write comments and share photos they might have of your special day.