here is the list of Reasons why you have wedding website before Wedding invitation
Your wedding website is the information hub of your big day, so you won’t want to forget to include any important details. From your ceremony info to your guest book, these are all the tabs you’ll need.
Creating your wedding website is one of the first steps you’ll take when planning your wedding. It should be done even before you send out those save-the-dates or invitations (especially if you’re including a link to it on them!).
So, what exactly is a wedding website? It’s the online source to share all your wedding details with your wedding guests – from addresses to itineraries. If you’re having trouble sorting out what info to include, this is the article for you.
Here are the 10 things that you must have on you wedding website.
The important details
The first – and most obvious – thing you’ll want to get up on your wedding website is the important details of your big day. What exactly are these details, you ask? They’re the who, what, where and when of your big day (i.e. the stuff you included on your invitation) plus a few add-ons. When it comes to this section, the more details the merrier. Remember to keep the info updated if any of your plans change (for example if you moved your wedding from outdoors to indoors due to weather).
Your wedding website should be all about you, so it’s A-OK to go overboard with the personal touches. Share cute details of your romance, like the story of how you met and the tale of your proposal. You can even make your website interactive with a quiz. Don’t forget to fill the gallery with some of your favourite photos. Tip: make your website even more personal with a custom domain name (like shivamandaarti.com).
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Sure, you may think your wedding venue is easy to locate, but your guests may not share the same sentiment. You should consider going above and beyond simple road directions to help out out of town guests. That means including details on the best way to get to your city or town via plane, train and automobile.
Give your guests a sneak peek at the MVPs of your big day. List every member of your wedding party, from your father to your maid of honour. You may want to include a photo and a little friendship bio for each. Not only will this make your besties feel loved, it’ll let other guests know who’s who when the processional begins.
Let create your pre wedding photo gallery for your friends, and relatives, you can also add your after marriage photo or honeymoon photo to get touch with every movement with your friends.
An FAQ page and contact form
You’ll be busy planning your big day in the months leading up to your wedding, so you don’t want your phone ringing off the hook. Include and FAQ page, as well as, a contact form on your wedding website so that your friends and family can get in touch if they need any extra info. You can also include a survey to get your guests feedback to help you make decisions about things like menu options.