Brides and Grooms having a wedding website these days is the latest trend and so easy to create. There is so much you can do with the personal webpage from setting up your guest list, enabling your gift registries and so much more.
Today's wedding websites and loaded with cool features, colors, widgets and blogs. You don't need to be tech-savy to build one either. They are simple and quick to set up plus some are free while others are just a few dollars.
What Is A Wedding Website?-The wedding website is very professional and color coordinated just like every other facet of your wedding. Your guests are able to get updates and follow your wedding plans 24/7. Items like times, directions, the color of the bridesmaids gowns, RSVP manager, photo albums and even a calendar.
All of your details will be contained within one place and you will have access to update anything, anywhere as long as you have internet access. It can be private so only those you want to view your details will be able to access it's information. All your guests need do is enter a username and their password.
Stay In Touch-If you or your bridal party and guests are scattered across the United States they are able to keep current with no problem at all. No long distance calls or wondering if it's an okay time to call with time differences.
The wedding website is a globally accessible place to share ideas, provide information, exchange photos, even discuss music options for dancing or any of the formal dances. If you have any major announcements, changes in plans, or current news on upcoming events? Everyone is able to get all the details in an instant.
Keep Your Guests Up To Date-As the wedding day draws close, the questions will start coming in. “How do I get to the church?”…”Can I change my dinner choice from fish to chicken?”… “What’s the hotel reservation block number again?”…etc. Without a wedding website, your phone would be be ringing off the hook. It's so simple to have a resource to direct everyone toward to. Your time is precious and you need to make good use of every minute.
It just makes it easy and convenient for your guests to have an informative spot to get maps, directions, reservation information, and everything else they will need. Activate your website’s online gift registry, link it to your stores, and put your website address on your invitations. Problem solved. Having an online RSVP update is another example: let guests inform you of changes in meal choice or number attending on your website, without having to call, leave a message and play phone tag.
Organize Your Planning-The vast majority of professional website services include planning tools that are built in and integrated with your website. Features such as budget managers, guest databases, payment trackers, and online RSVP features. When guests send you an e-RSVP, your guest database is automatically updated.
Get Your Fiance' Involved-The groom-to-be can become involved in the planning too. Stories about how you met, where you are planning to spend your honeymoon, music ideas and which tuxedo he and his men are wearing.
A Database Of Information- Your website is also a source of vendor contacts, events and deadlines, payment schedules, music lists, photo collections. Consolidating it all to a single location that can be accessed anytime, from anywhere you have an Internet connection is a convenient, headache-saving asset you’ll come to love and appreciate. Even if you are planning a destination wedding. All the details at your finger tips. Need to have a hard copy of information or lists, all you need do is print out a copy from your printer.
Preserving Your Memories-Following the big event your wedding website will become a keepsake of your photos, guestbook entries, notes, informative pages, and lists. Many couples choose to keep their website active after the wedding and “evolve” it into a family, baby, or travel website after their wedding. You even have the ability to burn it to a CD and save it forever.
How To Get Yours
If you think a wedding webpage will be too difficult to create or cumbersome to maintain think again. These days many offer you a free trial period for the paid ones while some simplistic sites are free and quick to set up. Google wedding websites and see what other brides and grooms have created with theirs. Get ideas and sites that offer websites to get you inspired.
It's not to late to get started so ask your fellow bride and groom friends for referrals or search the web. I'm very confident after you set up your wedding website you will see how easy it can be.