Post # 1
Bees! Do you think the website has to match the wedding scheme/decor? We’re having an industrial, modern wedding with chevron prints and few feminine touches. Navy and blush are the colors. When we were searching for a website template, it was so hard to find one that wasn’t too girly or overloaded with damask scrolls. We found this and thought it was playful and simple. After all, it’s just the website and the stationary will be coordinate. After showing my BMs, one said she didn’t like the scheme. Too trendy and off from our design. :/
What do you think?
http://www.mywedding.com/adamlinda Nobody else has seen this yet and it’s in no way ready to launch, so please just look at the design! 🙂
Post # 3
my website does not match my theme: http://www.mywedding.com/KevinKarina
I kind of like not having guests see the theme until the wedding day ;p a little bit of a surprise.
Btw, I love Mywedding.com =) too
Post # 5
@karineh: What a great way to look at it! I always thought your stationary should do the talking anyway. After all, we paid a TON for those!
I can’t see your website. Must be blocked, I’m sure it looks great! mywedding.com is a very resource!
Post # 6
@lindaainguyen: it looks great, mine doesnt match as I am using one with free templates and just got a template which matched the country of the DW, but nothing specific like colours etc. I wouldnt worry abut it at all.
Post # 8
I’ll be honest; I ordered my invitations from WPD partially because a website template matched it exactly that they also offered. I’m kind of crazy like that though, so it would’ve bothered me if they didn’t match.
That said, I’m very likely one of a very small handful of people who actually noticed or cared. The other people who noticed and cared work in graphics/marketing, so they picked up on these things, but the “normal” people didn’t care or notice.