Post # 1
i have been thinking about whether or not making a wedding website(like on mywedding.com) is worth it or not? did anyone make one and feel like it wasnt worth it? or did anyone make one and have alot of guests check into it? dont want to waste my time doing it, but liked the idea of including it on my save-the-dates
Post # 3
I made one and put it on our save the dates. We are having a destination wedding so I wanted to put all of the information on there instead of mailing/repeating it 150 times.
Post # 4
we have one annd it has been great so far we have alot of family that hasnt met me/hhim so it has been a good “get to know us” tool not to mention all our hotel blocks, airline discounts, location info, registry etc etc we hhad a lot of fun doing it
Post # 5
We’re not doing one because FH is concerned about privacy and stuff like that. Once it’s out there, it’s there for always. It’s really convenient though. Trying to get all that info into the invites without making them weigh a pound is kinda hard! (How did they do it before the internet??)
Post # 6
Maybe add a poll? I’m undecided, myself– I thought we would at first, but like other people have said, once it’s out there, it’s out there. There are password protected options, but most of them seem to have a fee, and I’m just not sure we need one at all.
Post # 7
We made one but we never update it. I don’t want to put directions to my house on the internet so there’s not much use in having one. I kind of regret it.
Post # 8
@honeymead: I’m having one made by a friend, there’s a type of domain that expires and get’s deleted after 1 year since it’s creation! That’s what I went for, that way it’s gone a bit after our wedding =)
Post # 9
I made one but only for my bridal party. Since it was so hard to get everyone together, i just put pertinent information on the site and my bridesmaids or the groomsmen. My husband and I didn’t want a wedding website for guests because we’re mostly old fashioned that way. Unfortunately; it proved to be a necessity for the bridal party since we were all students. It worked out really well.
Post # 10
I made one. It was kind of fun to make. I used the free one from theknot, and I think that people who are interested in random things like what we’ll be having for dinner will go there. (we got a whole bunch of people signing it when we sent it out right after we got engaged, but none since we sent it out in the invites.)
Post # 11
We made one and it was useful for some people, but the vast majority of people didnt visit it. It was most helpful when people had questions we could just send them the link.
Post # 12
Yes, I made one….really worth it! You can put all your information on there for guest. Its fun especially out of town guest!!!!
Post # 13
We made one on theknot.com and password protected each page. You don’t find it when you google us, and you need the password from us. We’ve had about 50+ views so far and a few comments (from his oldest invitee, even!). I’m guessing more will check it out when it goes out on the invites again. It was really fun to make, and even if no one ever viewed it, reading Mr.ND’s description of our proposal made me cry, so it was totally worth it 🙂
Post # 14
made mine!Of course it’s not completly done but you’ll get the idea. : )