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Wedding Website Tips

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Wedding Website Tips from your Phoenix Event Venue – Warehouse 215

 

Woohoo, you’re engaged! A super useful and easy way to communicate all your important wedding day info, wants and needs to your guests is through a wedding website. There are tons of easy website templates out there that you can just plug your information and pictures into (Squarespace is awesome).

 

 

Keep It Simple

Your website doesn’t have to take all your time and attention to design (unless you have the time). You will also want to stick to the important pieces of information to convey to your guests so they aren’t overwhelmed with things they don’t really need to know. The website can also take place of your invitations if you’re looking to cut costs!

 

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Registry

If you are registered at a specific store, this is where you can include the link. You can also include a brief, but to-the-point, blurb about your gift expectations. If you are all set on kitchenware, don’t be afraid to mention it. But don’t forget to let guests know they aren’t required to buy you a wedding gift, their presence is more than enough!

 

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FAQ

Another fantastic plus about having a wedding website is that you won’t have to answer the same questions over and over, you can just direct everyone to the site! Chances are, after they browse the website, they will have their questions answered before they even think of any. This section of the site should have the important day of information such as dress code, suggestions for footwear (i.e. beach wedding, no shoes please).

 

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Unplugged Wedding

This has become a major trend, and for good reason. No one wants their professional photos of the ceremony to show everyone holding up their phones recording or taking pictures. You also want your guests to enjoy the ceremony with their own eyes, not through a lens. Add your language explaining that you would appreciate an “unplugged” ceremony. And that once the professional pictures are published, you will be happy to share with everyone.

 

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