Post # 1
I must be completely clueless, because as I struggle to figure out the perfect wording for how to add additional information to my wedding invitations (attire, acccommodations, transportation), every google search tells me to ” add it to my wedding website.” ok, i attempted to make one and it lasted for about 5 minutes. I just DONT have any desire to do this!
I am probably alone here, but is anyone else with me? Now I kinda wish i had one because these invites are such a pain in the butt….!!!
Post # 3
I haven’t been planning to create one, I just don’t really like the idea all that much! It can be helpful for all the extra wedding info – accommodations, directions, etc. but I am not loving the idea haha
Post # 4
@Shantly07: yes finally i dont feel alone!
i remember when I was at training for work, this girl showed me her wedding website. I was like…whaaaaaat is that??? haha! i guess i feel weird posting a ton of photos of us and “our” story…everyone already knows it! anyway, im using a seperate “information” card included with my invitations so that is always an idea for you if you dont make one. it is working out ok so far but im still struggling haha 🙂
Post # 5
Nope. Don’t have one, not gonna have one. That is just way too much to maintain and figure out.
Post # 6
@Mick26: Nope…not alone. I am not gonna do it. Way too much effort and I think the idea is pretty ridiculous.
Post # 7
Don’t have one and never will. I can’t manage it and even when others had them for weddings I never visited them. We are just planning to have an insert with all the information printed
Post # 8
@Mick26: We never had one. Our Destination Wedding was 12 persons only, all family, so we didn’t bother!
Post # 9
I don’t have one – I don’t think anyone would be interested and I don’t have any info to put on it anyway. I’m getting married in a city centre so transport and accommodation is straightforward, and as long as no one shows up in a wedding dress, I don’t care what guests wear.
Post # 11
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
Just make one! It took me a couple hours, and you can put all the important info there. Otherwise people don’t really know what’s going on…
Post # 12
@Mick26: I have never heard of this. This sounds like collateral damage from Facebook. I don’t have a Facebook, because honestly, I find most people’s day to day lives pretty boring, and I know mine is! What would I talk about? That I had oatmeal for breakfast and walk my dogs? My vow renewal? I come here to talk about that, and I’m sure everyone in my life is glad!
Post # 13
@Mick26: Nope, I’m not making one either. I don’t really see the point, since everyone who will be invited to my wedding is on Facebook and I can message them through there if they need to know something, and we keep all the important people like my parents and FH’s parents regularly informed about everything. So I don’t need to make a website or a blog. I’m far too busy for it anyways.
One of my friends made a similar website for her pregnancy, and pretty much posted everything about her experience. And I mean EVERYTHING, even the gross shit you don’t need to know.
Post # 14
We planned on having one from the get go, but then when it came time to put it together, we decided it wasn’t really worth the effort. Most of the people who were most likely to come were either local or, in the case of my parents, depended on phone calls for information. I know I wanted to do mailed RSVPs, so that wasn’t an issue. Aside from those thing, the only good a website would have done was to share our story, and everyone already knew that anyway.
Post # 15
@lolot: ugh, I know I know , I just dislike the idea! the thing that sucks for me is that I really SHOULD have one. I need to tell guests to arrive at the hotel to get on a bus to go to the ceremony. Sounds simple but the ceremony begins an hour and a half after we need them at the hotel so it’s hard to “formally” write that on a separate info card! And I really dont want to confuse people …
oh well, maybe I’ll cave a do a simple one just for general information