Brides- and Grooms-To-Be: Build A FREE Wedding Website!
Free Wedding Websites: Get Yours!
Did you know that you can build a FREE wedding website? Well, you can. Companies abound. All that you have to do is search for them on the Internet and up they'll pop! Find one that offers you the most benefits--and go for it!
These websites are wonderful because they enable your family and friends, your wedding guests, to stay in contact with you--and you with them!
These wedding websites are literally communication portals and in this day and age, they're important!
Wedding Events & Communication...
Your wedding website should contain all the facts and information pertinent to your wedding. And it should be fun, too! It's sort of like social-networking but in this case, the info, etc. posted will only relate to your wedding and to you, the bride- and groom-to-be.
It should be interactive, colorful (with lots of photos, etc.) and be a resource for your guests so that they know what the wedding will entail... all the events that will go along with it... hotels that are available if they're coming from out of town... car rental agencies, etc. You might also want to list all the wonderful things to do in the town where the wedding will take place that your guests can take advantage of!
Your wedding guests should also be able to email you from the site--and your contact info, along with that of pertinent members of your "wedding" family, should be included.
Wedding Registry Info: A BIG Advantage!
While it is not appropriate to include registry information with any invitation to any pre-wedding party, or the wedding itself, not so with the wedding website. Here you can be a little more upfront.
You can tell your wedding guests where you are registered on your wedding website and they may access this information at their convenience. But you must never ask for money!
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