5 Valuable Features to Add to Your Wedding Website

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As a bride-to-be, you’re most likely running a million miles a minute trying to score your wedding dress, find a caterer and nail every other little wedding detail. With a lot on your plate (and an influx of questions from your family and friends), setting up a wedding website can be beneficial to stay organized and communicate efficiently. With a plethora of easy-to-use websites available complete with templates, tools and security, you can stay stress-free while wedding planning and focus on your big day. Keep scrolling for our top tips!

 

 

 

 

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1. Incorporate Your Wedding Theme

Make your wedding website an extension of your big day using templates and tailored customization. For a modern, minimalist wedding, you might use clean fonts with a neutral color scheme. Having a wedding at Wayfarers? Integrate an art-deco aesthetic with pretty foliage to allude to the historical, nature-filled venue.

 

 

 

 

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2. Who, What Where

Include absolutely everything your guests will need to know on your wedding website. On the front page of your website, be sure to include your ceremony and reception venues, addresses, timing and dress code. Your guests will be pulling this information up on their mobile devices on the way to your wedding, trust us. Communicate transportation details as well as accommodation options, too.

 

 

 

 

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3. Outline Activities in the Area

If your guests are coming from out of town, they might choose to make a whole weekend out of your wedding. Map out ideas for things to do in the area that are close to the venue, from sightseeing to dining to leisure. They might want to get their nails done before the big day or toast to the weekend at your favorite brunch spot. Bonus: be sure to include your wedding hashtag on your site so your guests can post and see all the fun from the weekend in one place.

 

 

 

 

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4. RSVP

With some weddings going more digital these days (and eco-friendly), it isn’t rare to ditch the stationary when it comes to RSVPs. When sending out your save-the-date or wedding invitations, include your wedding website for guests to RSVP to your big day with a simple click. Here you can track their meal options, attendance and even convert into a Google Doc for easy organization.

 

 

 

 

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5. Registry

Incorporate your wedding registry on your website for guests to easily view your selected vendors and wishlist for a streamlined process. They can even click through to see what other guests have purchased, so you they know what items are available.

 

 

What features will you include on your wedding registry? Tag us in your wedding photos @wayfarers_chapel on Instagram!