Post # 1
Is “ericandjackie2013.com” too boring for a website domain name? I originally wanted just “ericandjackie.com” but of course it is taken. I am just worried that adding the 2013 will look silly when it is printed on save the dates. Thoughts?!
Post # 3
Not at all!! It’s definitely fine!
Post # 4
I personally don’t like the added numbers. It looks less “clean” when printed on Save-The-Date Cards. You could do ericlovesjackie.com or ericplusjackie.com.
Post # 5
Post # 6
I’m fine with the numbers, but you could also use your last names!
Post # 7
- Wedding: November 2012 - Oak Tree Manor
I think it’s fine – I actually think it’s kind of cute 🙂
Post # 8
Ours wasn’t available as JohnandJane.com, so we got John-and-Jane.com (not our real website, just an example). That may be something to check.
I think either option looks fine. How you capitalize it when you put it in print will make a big difference on the readability of it.
Post # 9
I would probably do the loves or plus. I’m a big fan of those, though, so that might not be helpful, haha.
Post # 10
- Wedding: June 2017 - Vegas Wedings
We had the exact same issue. I ended up using our last names since I really didnt like having numbers in the domain name. Ours looked like this SmithJonesWedding.com
Post # 11
have you tried “jackieanderic.com”?