Post # 1
We’re doing save the date magnets and are including our wedding web site. Ours isn’t a http://www.xxxx.com web site. Instead its http://ournames.ourwedding.com
I would like to eliminate the http:// and just lead with the text but I dont want people to be confused when they type it in and enter www because it won’t work. That http:// is just not looking right on the proof.
Post # 3
If you hate the way it looks – leave it off. If you want to make it easier for your guests include the http since most people (and webbrowsers) assume the www.
Post # 4
Yeah, unfortunately if you don’t include it 100% of the people will type in www
Post # 5
we made sure to include it because if you try typing “www” in front of our site it doesn’t redirect you.
Post # 6
I asked myself that same question, plus I am using the same wedding site as you. I decided to put it on there so there wouldn’t be any confusion or misunderstanding. Yes it would have looked cleaner and more simple to have it without the http:// BUT a lot of people that we invited to the wedding aren’t the most hip on computer lingo…if it didn’t work the first time then they would never try again and then probably just complain that I miss spelled it or something haha
So in the end, I think it just depends on how computer savy your guests are…