8 Things In Your Wedding Website (That You Haven’t Thought Of)

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It’s never been easier to address those tiresome FAQs, and more importantly, show off your love! Make your invitation thru your wedding website. You can choose so many gorgeous wedding templates to choose from — whether romantic and feminine, fun and playful, or sleek and modern, there’s a style of template for every bride.


 8 Things In Your Wedding Website (That You Haven’t Thought Of) - Yenny Lee Bridal Couture

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You’ve got a wedding to plan, spare yourself the time and energy!

If you’re just getting started, here our top tips on what to include in your wedding website. All of these pointers are tried and true from real brides — they’ve done the work and sometimes learned the hard way, so you don’t have to!

 

1. Tell Your Story

We love when couples share “both sides” of the story.

Maybe you love recounting the story time and time again, but maybe you’d rather direct them to its own page on your site, where you can gush about your love story to your heart’s content.

 

2. Tell Guests About Your Future Plans (If You Want To!)

Whether you’re moving to a new city, honeymooning somewhere exotic, or even just settling into newlywed life, think about sharing your future plans with your curious guests.

 

3. Include an FAQ

Save yourself the time you would otherwise spend fielding those repeat questions that fill your inbox and text messages and include a simple FAQ page on your site. You can be as straightforward as necessary without hurting feelings.

 

4. Manage RSVPs

Try managing your RSVPs directly through your site. If you have guests who are slow to respond (and you will!), ping them with a reminder text that has a direct link to your RSVP page. We know, traditional RSVP cards can be a pain — from buying and designing the cards to paying for postage, to dealing with guests who lost theirs, they can be more trouble than they’re worth.

 

5. Give Detailed Directions To Your Venue

We suggest including detailed directions to your venue, especially if your wedding is off the grid. More than once as a guest, I have been woefully misdirected by Google maps or, worse, lost without cell service. Trust us, you don’t want to be getting calls from disoriented guests minutes before you walk down the aisle!

 

6. Recommend Accommodations

Make an “accommodation section” on your site and include any hotel blocks or nearby bed and breakfasts. Consider linking to an ‘Airbnb wish list’ of fabulous rentals near your venue that guests can quickly choose from. Do your guests a solid and take the guesswork out of where to book.

 

7. Create A Photo Gallery

A photo gallery is a fun way to share that dreamy engagement shoot or photos from the span of your relationship. How cute would a relationship timeline be, with photos to document it all?! This is your time to shine! 

 

 


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