Your wedding website is where you share ALL the important information about your big day with your nearest and dearest. Here’s everything you need to know about wedding websites!
Everything that your guests need to know are all in one place! No need for last minute calls about directions or your registry...everything is on the site!
Everything is super organized when you set up your wedding registry! From your RSVP list to your pictures, directions and more! It’s all organized in one place!
Anything your guests need to know is all in one place! There’s no risk of losing that piece of paper with the directions on there or figuring out where you registered.
Stop with all the paper! Everything you need is on your site--RSVP’s, links, polls, etc!
Want your guests to be excited for your wedding, for real? Make a wedding website. TRUST us. Making a website for your wedding is actually one of the easiest ways for your guests to RSVP. stay organized, check out the pictures, and get all the details for your wedding! Any questions or concerns they have, they can always go back to your wedding website for all the information. We know however that building a website can seem very time consuming and intimidating, especially for some of us who aren't so “tech savvy”. So, we’ve compiled a list of the best and easiest places to do it:
Keep it private
Your one-stop wedding website
The mobile app
These days, nearly every engaged couple has awedding website… and for good reason! It’s the easiest way to share info with your guests that’s too long or too complicated to put on your invitations. Plus, as the big day draws near, your website is a great way to keep all of your guests in the loop. Sounds easy enough, right? Well, once you sit down to actuallycreate your wedding website, you may find yourself unsure of which details you should include and which ones you can skip. But don’t worry…we’ve got you covered:
Your wedding’s location
Where to stay and what else to do in town.
The schedule for the wedding weekend.
Read more on what to put your wedding website.Here’s Exactly What You Need to Put on Your Wedding Website
You definitely don’t want everyone to see your wedding website (that would practically be an invitation for unwanted party crashers, and what if someone who isn’t invited sees it...yikes!) That’s why it is important to password protect it so that only people that you give the password to access your site and see all your information.
When you set up your wedding website, make sure to connect it to your registry! That way everything is easy for guests and all in one place! They can see pictures, RSVP, pick their menu options, get directions, and buy your present all in one place!
It is important to set up your wedding website months in advance! That way you have enough time to tell guests about the site and they can get used to visiting it for information before the wedding.
Also, there are so many more options to choose from when it comes to a digital design...we’re talking thousands and thousands of designs. With actual paper invitations, things like the type of paper, handwritten invitations, and ribbon can really rack up the price. When you go digital, you are sure to get something unique without having to pay extra for a font change or glitter!
Your wedding website is where you share ALL the important information about your big day with your nearest and dearest. So you’re going to want to make sure it not only looks good but that it is personal to you! That’s why choosing a customizable websites is the best way to keep it personal, so can decide everything from your colors, fonts, and layouts to ensure it screams Y-O-U!
Don’t just go with a generated url with random numbers and letters. Make your URL personalized like: www.johnandkateforever.com. It’s cute and way easier for your guest to remember.
Whether is old Instagram pics or your engagement photoshoot, adding pictures is a sweet and personal touch to the wedding website.
Integrate your wedding colors, songs, and theme into your wedding website. There are so many templates to choose from, so don’t settle with something generic.
Don’t settle for classic go-to fonts like Times New Roman or Arial! Go with a romantic handwritten or scripted font for a personalized touch.
Create a page adding a personal note to your guests saying how excited you are and happy for them to be a part of your special day!
Hopefully, we outlined the key elements when it comes to why and how you set up a wedding website (and gave you some nice resources while we were at it). If you have any more questions when it comes to wedding websites, shoot us a DM onInstagramand we’ll be more than happy to answer… #stayloverly