A wedding website is a brilliant thing if you do it right. It’s basically a total information hub where your history as a couple is laid out for the amusement of your guests, locations, key dates such as the bridal shower, bachelor and bachelorette parties, rehearsal dinner, and actual wedding day are displayed. Plus there are profiles of the wedding party, the couple’s parents, and the wedding registry all showcased. It’s an endless source of details for the entire wedding process leading up to the event. This is a tool that is a must have for every couple in the throws of making decisions about the big day. Here are couple of tips to make your wedding website for you and your attendants the best it can be.
The Wedding Website Can Help Your Vendors
The vendors can look to the couple’s wedding website to get a better feel for how your wedding event will go. For example, as a vendor with a wedding videography service, it’s vital for me to see the website as a valuable tool. For many busy NYC couples this can even substitutive meetings with your wedding videographer. I can get considerable information about you as a couple, your story, your engagement, and glimpses at your bridal party that it will help me put together a better picture of how to portray your wedding story.
Where To Build Your Wedding Website
You don’t have to be a computer programmer to build a proper website. Most wedding website providers basically do all the work for you. All you have to do is fill in the details with an easy to use interface. There are four major providers that we’ve found are the best to use. That’s Squarespace, TheKnot, Mywedding.com and WeddingWire. They all have templates for putting up amazing wedding websites that you and your guests will love.
Image of beautiful wedding website templates by Squarespace.com