Post # 1
Just wondering how most of you did your “about us” section on your wedding websites. Most that I have seen seem like a third person point of view, as if someone else is writing it about the couple. For example, “Joe & Pam have been dating for x amount of years… etc etc”
I kinda like this approach because then it doesnt look like only I or only my FI wrote it. However, my FI thinks this sounds weird, and thinks it should be like one of us is writing it.
Just curious what everyone else did, please help, thanks!!! 🙂
Post # 3
We used the third person approach. It was just easier, and you’re right, it didn’t sound like the website was written all by me (which it was, but whatever…)
Post # 4
I wrote it in my point of view. My FH in the begining wanted to write everything out from his point of view too, so there would be both, but that didn’t end up happening 🙂
It wasn’t something I even thought about then, to be honest.
Post # 5
I’ve been struggling with this too! I first wrote it from my point of view and then thought it sounded too one sided. So then I did third person but I thought it sounded weird and impersonal! So right now my website is unfinished because I don’t know hot to write it.
Post # 6
We did it in third person and had a Her and Him section separately and then an Us section that talked about us and some of our favorite things as a couple.
We also did a separate How we met section with “her story” and “his story” which was in first person from each of us.
Post # 7
I have been having the hardest time with this too! lol
Post # 8
LOL that is exactly my problem right now!!!!!!! I’m leaning towards third person even though it does sound impersonal 🙁
Post # 9
We actually both chose to tell our side of the story. We both wrote our own accounts of how we met, and how the proposal went. FI and I sat down on day and wrote them, then consolidated them by putting them side by side. Everyone really enjoys reading the story from each of our viewpoints, and reading my future husbands words of how he felt when he met or how he felt asking me to marry him. It made me cry all over again!
Post # 10
We used the 3rd person except for the descriptions of the Bride and Groom. DH wrote my description and I wrote his.