(Closed) Getting things rolling with Save the dates and website

posted 6 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
5662 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: August 2012

@SumitaM: I am on the same path and just sent out my Save-The-Date Cards yesterday. I have been using weddingwire.com to manage my guest list, budget, vendors, etc and it has been awesome so I just used their wedding website template. It’s fairly easy to use and has a lot of the areas that you would need already available. We are doing a non-destination destination wedding haha.. We are getting married about 3 hours outside of the city so I provided ways to get there by flying and driving, what to pack, what there is to do, where the room blocks are, etc…

Post # 4
228 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

I used weddingwire as well.  I just used the template that most closely resembled my “theme” and you can add pages as you see fit.  I added one for restaurants in the area (including personal favs for me and FI) , accomodations (room blocks), special notes about the ceremony and reception locations, I’m going to put into about local activities, salon info if required and driving directions.  Just whatever you think would make your guests most comfortable to know 🙂

Post # 5
5183 posts
Bee Keeper

@SumitaM: All of my guests are Out of Town guests… I just put hotel info.. some maps… registry info. If you’re interested, shoot me a PM and ill give you the link to my website


Post # 6
1917 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

I did mine on mywedding.com.  They have great easy to use templates.  Mine just has a welcome page, wedding party, hotels, dining, attractions, registries.  I skipped our proposal story and story of how we met.

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