Marriage & Motherhood
Wedding Planning Advice
With all of the events I've had the pleasure of being a part of for over a decade...I have so many experiences to share with you! While here, you may find inspiration for your wedding day, corporate function or the things I like to get into when I'm not planning like a BOSS!
Well it must mean you’re ready to put your wedding up on the World Wide Web! First off, MAJOR congratulations are due for even deciding to build a wedding website. Whther you realize it or not – these little message hubs are a really efficient way to keep guest from calling and texting you about your wedding.
Once you understand how much weddings cost and send out those Save the Dates, you are likely to get bombarded with questions like, ‘where can I stay?, what can I wear, and where are you registered?’
See what I mean? I bet you’re a little overwhelmed just reading that!
But before we dive into how to build a wedding website, let’s breakdown what it is and what it is now.
You can leverage wedding website options both paid and free to create your website.
Minted, The Knot, Wedding Wire, Zola, eWedding, WithJoy
1. Love Story: talk about how you met (his and her version) and introduce your bridal party
2. Accommodations: any offer codes for flights/rental car (you would contact the airlines/rental companies directly to request one), hotel room blog information, details on things to do in the area/local restaurants to the hotel/venue
3. When and where for the wedding day (address, time, location and attire)
4. RSVP tracking Page
5. Wedding registry links page
Anything beyond this is the icing on the cake, you are welcome to include more but for sure have these areas highlighted and include a link to your site on your save the dates.
If you found these tips helpful, I’d love to know! Send me a message!