Where can I create a private wedding website?

Wedding websites have become one of the most common and helpful ways of getting in touch with your guests and letting them know a bit about you as a couple, your event itself, and the experiences leading up to it. You have various options- from making something simple on a traditional site that already exists for web or magazine sites and creating your own site using something such as ewedding.com or one of the well-known sites, such as iWeb if you’re a mac user. Regardless of what medium you use to create your website for your big day, here’s what to include on your wedding website to make the most of it.

What to Include on your wedding website

1. Date and Time of both your wedding ceremony and wedding reception

2. Detailed Information about your Ceremony and Reception Websites (include exact addresses- this is especially important if getting married in a church as there can be several churches with the same name in an area)If there is any detailed information about parking as far as where to park or parking validation you may choose to include this on your website or wait to have it in your formal invitation.

Share photographs of fun memories

3. Photographs (take at least one photo) of yourselves, more of you, and others in your bridal party if you desire to Cherish lots of fun memories of the day.

In addition to photographs, some engaged couples like to include additional information to help friends and relatives get to know them better as a couple. You may choose to add how you met, your engagement story, the song that was playing when you first met each other the trips you went on that were marvelous and romantic. Also, remember to say thank you to all of your guests for helping you celebrate your big wedding day.

Relevant Information to share with wedding guest

4. Any specific logistical information about your wedding (i.e., transportation, Parking fee, directions, hotel block, etc.) all of this will be beneficial for your guest and will keep everyone happy and stress-free.

If you are having special events occurring before or after your wedding, such as a brunch the following morning of the wedding, be sure to provide detailed information either on your website or in an enclosed card in the formal invitation.

5. Wedding Registries (many have different thoughts about proper etiquette for a wedding website, and you may or not feel comfortable including this with the above information. However, if you choose not to, do be sure to include it in other ways, like your shower invitations)

Create a simple website name

Because there are so many wedding sites online, don’t forget to make your wedding site one that is easy to remember and type into a search engine so guests can find it quickly! Trust us, not only will your guests enjoy looking at your website, but it will save you and your family plenty of phone calls and emails from guests about the information they may have missed in the invitation or save the date.

Ring Of Music Band

Our #1 goal is not only to provide the best performance and service for your event but to offer advice based on our broad professional experience through the years that we know will help you stay ahead of things to enjoy your day! The best weddings we have played at and attended as guests have been those where the tone is fun and relaxed. You and you’re your fiancé set that tone, and we hope that by offering our thoughts about some significant logistics, you can feel calm and relaxed on the dance floor! Best of luck in creating your website and planning your wedding website!

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