Sunday, September 7, 2014

Creating your own Wedding Website


You got the ring, set the date, started to put a list together
Of who should - or shouldn't - be invited.
You're full of excitement about the new life ahead of you
And you got a million things swirling around in your head.
As soon as you feel you have one issue solved, another pops up.
 Planning a wedding is all about the details and there are only so
 Many details you can hold in your head while managing a full time job.
You need a personal wedding website.

Here are some tips and advice for Creating your own Wedding Website:

5 Tips For The Perfect Wedding Website:

Tip number 1:

To save costs, open a blog, its free and easy to start. Buy a domain with a lovely name (I recommend on  godaddy.com) with a low Cost. Design it with your wedding colors and upload

Your pictures, write a planning journal, share your guests on your worries, preparations and upload funny videos. Your guests will feel like an important part of your wedding. Even those who live far…


 2. Easy, memorable URL: If available, try to secure a domain name that has both of your names - this makes it more memorable for your family and a bit more special for you, too. Try combinations like these examples:

- TalilaAndMoshe.com
- TalilaMosheWedding.com

 3.Registry information: Many stores offer an online element for their registries. You can link directly to your registry from this page. Popular registries to include are:
·         Macy's
·         Crate and Barrel
·         Bloomingdales
·         Williams-Sonoma

Pro Tip: You can even add items that are not part of an official registry. For example, you can add your Amazon.com wish list or a link to a specific item on Etsy!

4. Vendors: Want to show some love to that cute Etsy shop that handmade your dress? Here's the chance to promote vendors that you're excited about. You can list this as links to their sites with a short description of why you love them.

5. Invitations: Save money on wedding invitations (certainly the most compelling argument). The cost of an online invitation, including one designed by a reasonably priced professional, should be considerably less than invitations to an average sized wedding factoring in the cost of the printing, postage, and reply cards.





What do you think? Will you build a website for your wedding?
Will you start your own blog? 
Will you let a company that specializes in it to open you one?
Share on your dilemmas, waiting to hear from you.
See you on the next post,
Love,
Talila.

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