Wedding website assist couples in planning and communication, with respect to their wedding.
Hiring a wedding planner adds to the expenses involved in planning a wedding. Wedding website helps in offsetting such costs as it is less expensive than hiring a wedding coordinator.
Wedding websites can be used for a proper communication with the wedding guests, hotel and destination information, map for directions, bridal party and so on.
Be Clear About The Dress Code and Attire
Your wedding website should be a clear picture of what your wedding would look like.
Protect Your Site
To avoid wedding crashers, password-protect your wedding site. You wouldn’t want an unknown person getting information about your site.
Include Detailed Travel Information
Since some of your wedding guests will be coming from out-of-town, it means that they have to travel to a new destination to attend your wedding.
You therefore have to give details of flights and accommodations.
Collect RSVPs Through Your Wedding Website
Collecting RSVPs through the website is a way of keeping information very organized.
Get Your Wedding Guests’ Email Addresses
Keep your guests informed with the latest wedding updates, information on accommodation, RSVP deadlines and other details about your wedding.
Don’t Mention Events on Your Wedding Website That Not All Guests Are Invited to.
It can be awkward and rude when you invite some of your wedding guests for part of your wedding events while the rest are left out; mostly for the out-of-town guests.
Recommend Fun Stuffs For The Out-of-Town Guests
Attending your wedding is a chance for the out-of-town guests to explore a new town and having a bit of adventure before returning back to their destination.
Recommend fun stuffs that your guests will love to partake in after your wedding ceremony.
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