Post # 1
What type of information did you guys include on your wedding website?
Here’s what I have on my website and I was wondering if any you could please tell me what else you think that I should add to the site:
About Us (how we met, how he proposed, etc)
Attendants (pictures of the bridal party with little blurbs)
Accommodations and Airfare (we arranged a nice discount at a hotel in the city and we also arranged domestic and international airfare discounts for all of our guests)
For Our International Guests (All travellers who are coming into the US from Visa Waiver countries need to fill out some form online in order to be able to enter the US – this is a fairly new policy that a lot of people don’t know about)
Post # 3
Things to do/see in the area for out of town guests? anything else about weekend itinerary (like rehearsal dinner, ceremony, reception)? Information about your ceremony site and reception site? I also posted meals ‘cuz guests need to rsvp with a choice of entree.
Post # 4
That sounds good to me. I think that’s more than what I have!
Here’s my site: MY WEDDING SITE
I have about us, about the church and reception site, hotels and directions (still in the works since we just signed our deal with the hotel) and our registry. Once the invites go out, I’m going to add a part about our wedding party and more engagement photos.
Post # 5
@LuckyYou, your website is so cute!!!!
You can click here to see my site.
We aren’t having a rehearsal dinner (I’m organizing a ladies lunch for close friends and family but will send them invitations separately)
I wanted to post information about the ceremony and reception sites but my mom is afraid that some relatives who were not invited to the wedding will crash the wedding if they’re able to gather that information from the site.
Do I need to include a list of activities for our out of town guests? If we list this type of information, would they expect us to pay for these activities?
Post # 6
The sections on our website are:
Welcome (it has the date, a welcome message and a ceremony countdown timer)
About us (includes how we met, the story of our relationship, engagement, and our pets and a bunch of pictures of us, and our pets)
Wedding party (has info on our 2 bridesmaids and 2 groomsmen and 3-4 pics of each attendant)
Ceremony and Reception (info on the ceremony, reception, times, location, and a a google map my FH made that has custom markers for important wedding-related locations)
Where to stay (has info on the blocked hotels, and some nearby campgrounds, alternative hotels etc, as well as the map again with the hotels, and campgrounds in relation to the venue)
Registry (registry information)
Photos (a slideshow of photos from throughout our relationship)
Soon to be added:
What do to (some attractions in the area)
RSVP – we are doing an online RSVP system through the website
Engagement pictures – once we get the proof CD and retouched images we will ad it as a separate section I think
Post # 7
I have all the same pages as you. We also have a things to do page as we are getting married in a popular tourist spot. I am working on a page with directions from the airport, etc. as well and we have a photo gallery and guestbook for people to write messages to us.
ETA: As soon as projectwedding launches their rsvp tool, we will add that as well.