Wedding websites are the new norm in this technological world. RSVPs are easier, faster, and more convenient for your guests, and it’s much simpler to direct people to your website from your invitation than to write all of those details on a “details” invitation card.
So… you might be wondering, “What should I put on my wedding website?”; “Where should I make my wedding website?”; or, “How can I share my wedding website with my guests?”
I have the answers!
First, you’re going to want to pick where you will do your site. If you are looking for something simple, quick, and convenient, The Knot, Zola, or WeddingWire all have great basic template options. You can adjust your domain where it would be the website’s URL and then you can customize it to have your wedding hashtag, yours and your partner’s name/last name, etc. The downfall is that you are limited on templates, fonts, and design elements. If you’re looking for something more customized and with a more intricate design, Wix could be a great option. The downfall of this is that you might spend more time customizing, which is why hiring somebody to make your website is always a plus. Many wedding planners (like us!) have website building as an add-on to a package booked with them. Your stationery and website are the first impressions of your wedding day’s style, so we suggest making something as beautiful as your big day.
Next is figuring out what you want to include on your website, so let’s break it down into the different pages you will want to include:
Websites can be tough, frustrating, etc., but with our society being largely technology-based, it’s definitely beneficial to have a place where your guests can go for all those details!
Check out some photos below of a basic wedding website with a template from The Knot!
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