Happy Wedding Tip Wednesday! I’ve been sharing weekly tips over on Instagram and Facebook, and now #weddingtipwednesday is on the KCP blog! Here, I can go in-depth with my tips to help you plan and make your wedding the day you’ve always dreamed of (but less stressful). Today’s tip: creating a wedding website, or “wedsite.” This is an amazing way to keep yourself and your guests organized and in the know about your wedding day plans.
On your wedding website, you can post about the wedding day itself, include registry links, info for out-of-town guests, and share your love story along with your engagement photos and snapshots of the two of you throughout your relationship. Many sites will also let you collect your RSVPs online to save paper and stamps.
Share your wedsite url on your invitations and with your guests. This way, you may be able to avoid a bunch of texts and calls on your big day asking where the venue is and what time the ceremony starts (I had a friend text me to confirm the location as I was putting my dress on…but she had the place completely wrong!). By making a wedding website, all of your communication will be in one, easy-to-find location. As a result, you won’t need to stuff your invitations full of pages with registry lists, dinner info, directions, etc.
The best part about making a wedding website is that you don’t need to know how to make a website! But also, website templates are fun to play with, and you can absolutely find one that’s your style! Here’s how to start:
If you’re having trouble with your site set-up, your hosting site should have an FAQ page or support to help you. Use these tips help you get started with your wedsite, and send me a link once your site is up! I’d love to see what you create!
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