Wedding Websites: Advantages

The modern digital age has meant that many things that we often took for granted in the past are now easily accessible on a computer, or even your phone. People pay their bills over the internet, and receive their credit card transactions via email. We buy and sell online, and even do our grocery shopping without even leaving the house! So why not set up a resource for your wedding guests - a wedding website (or a "wedsite" for those hip young things).


A wedding website is an opportunity for you to tell your story. You can tell the touching story of how you met your significant other. Or how the proposal happened, and how you are getting ready to tie the knot. You can include a beautiful interactive story which shares your love through pictures and slideshows. This will allow you to celebrate your love and create a buzz. You also have the opportunity to completely personalize your website as you can choose from a range of wedding themes to find the one that suits your style as a couple and sets the tone for your wedding.


There are many wedding-related things that you can put online that you wouldn't really want to have all over your wedding invitation:

  • You can put a list of directions, and maps on the wedding website
  • Lists and links to registry information
  • A list of great accommodation that is close to your venue.
  • Some people choose to put their table plan on their wedding website, so that their guests can find out who they will be sitting next to.
  • Some wedding websites handle your guest's RSVP/dietary requirements and collate them for you
  • Getting all these "admin" bits off your invite and onto your website allows for a simpler, more elegant wedding invitation design.
  • Less information to be printed, also means a cheaper price for printing your invites
  • It can be tempting to skip a formal wedding invitation when a wedding website is reasonably easy to set up, and cheap or free to run

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