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www.mywedding.com - Your Wedding Website
27 Jan, 2017

Have you established your wedding website and are wondering what you should put on it? 


You probably have a personal site, are on Facebook,Snap Chat and a variety of other Social Media accounts and you have realised that information about your wedding does not really belong on those sites.  A wedding is a special time in your life and your wedding website should contain information that is not just important to you as a couple, but information that is necessary for those persons invited to witness your wedding at the ceremony and celebrate with you at the reception. It is not for general consumption.


If you have had friends with wedding web pages, you are familiar with them. You will see what they have posted there and decide if that piece is something that fits for you. In my years working with brides, I have seen some of the best components for a wedding web site.  Here are some of them.


Many sites begin with the story of the couple's courtship. It details how they met, how the groom proposed and the date of the wedding. You may wish to include some details about your plans but be careful not to list every single tiny detail. An overview is surely sufficient.


The site is a good way to introduce and profile your attendants chosen for the wedding. Be sure you include both the bride's attendants and the groom's. Pictures of them are a nice touch. If you feel comfortable sharing the information, include why this person was chosen and their relationship to you.


You may wish to include photos of the church and the reception site.  Some brides include info on the destination of the honeymoon if it's not a secret.


This is the perfect place to include bridal registry information and hotel accommodation information for out of town guests.

 

The world of electronic communications can be speedy, timely and convenient.  However, there are a few things NOT to place on the website.


1.  Do not ask guests to reply to the invitation via email.  Send R.S.V.P. cards with the invitation.


2.  Do not send thank you notes to guests at showers or the wedding via the web site.


3.  Likewise - do not send your wedding invitations via the webpage.  You don't know who may respond, or who may never look at the site and end up missing the event.  

 

In spite of the electronic world we all inhabit, some things are still done in the traditional way.


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