(Closed) Password Protect your Wedding Websites!!!

posted 7 years ago in Technology
Post # 3
492 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

You can give a password with a hint like the third word on the wedding invitation, the bride’s town of residence, or the groom’s middle name.  It’s a password that can be cracked but at least provides some barrier.

Post # 4
6247 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: August 1900

For the invites that haven’t gone out, add a little business card with the password on it.  For the others, let guests know the password by email, text, phone, facebook, etc.  Have your Mom spread the news when she talks to relatives, for example.  Worst case scenario, guests who really want to see the website will contact you for the password.

Post # 5
5183 posts
Bee Keeper

I had our password be our wedding date.. you could also have it be something like the grooms last name.. your “new” last name.. if it is printed on the invite. But people still get on somehow! 

Post # 6
899 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

@ahavah: This is a really good idea. Personally, I wouldn’t be too worried about wedding crashers, but if you want some extra protection I think an obvious password is the way to go. Depending on the url, it could even be as simple as your name or your fi’s name. I imagine the app just searches for non password protected sites, even if the password hint says, Type “password” into the password. 

Post # 8
413 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

OMG thank you so much for posting this. I just freaked out an put on a password right away. Thank goodness this app its available in Australia yet.

As for your situtaion many websites have a request password feature. So when guests try to log in they can send you a password request, you will then get an E-mail that shows you the address the e-mail was sent from. You can then send them your password.

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