Post # 1
Hi bees! I’m trying to find a wedding website service that will allow me to have password protected online RSVPs for multiple events AND (here’s the hard part) – allow different passwords to “unlock” different events? ie we are not inviting everywhere to every event, so I don’t want guests to enter the RSVP area and see events they aren’t invited to.
So far I can’t find a site that does this, so any help is appreciated! Even ideas of how to get around this if what I want doesn’t actually exist. Thanks!!
ps – edited to add that free is preferable, but if there actually is a site that will let me do this, I will definitely pay! Cheers.
Post # 3
@midwestgirl80: a friend of mine has something similar to this – it’s just a regular website for everyone, but an extra page is password protected for the additional event. Her website is something like “nameandname”.ourwedding.com
she only put anything about a password on the save the date for those invited to both events. It doesn’t totally disgue the fact that there is a “secret” part of the website, so perhaps not an ideal solution, but it’s a start. Hope that helps.
Post # 4
We used weddingwire. It’s def not for the very imaginative sorts…but it’s easy to use and we didn’t put much time into researching.
Anyway, we have mutltiple events with corresponding RSVPs…but only the folks that you add from the larger guest list to each event has access to RSVP. So we found this to be a problem because you can’t put detailed info on each event…our work around was to put all the info in the title of the event incuding time, location, date etc.
Oh and each event isn’t individually password protected, but the site is.
Post # 5
@midwestgirl80: I was going to add what PP said about weddingwire – you can set it so only certain events are pulled up when a guest inputs their full name. I have a friend who used wedding window, and I think they had this capability, but I can’t 100% remember. You can always check out that site!
Post # 6
I’m using appycouple.com It is a smartphone app – but you also get a website. I can control the settings so people can only see the events that they’re invited to. Also, the website requires guests/visitors to login to see events (you can control the privacy).
Post # 7
Thanks ladies! Great ideas! I’ve emailed Wedding Window to see if they can do this (I can’t tell for sure from the info on the site). I’ve done the same for Appy Couple – that site looks pretty awesome! Do you like it, anemily?!
Post # 8
@medbride: I started with wedding window and did not like the basic/free features. The RSVP process was very basic and guests had to fill in all their information (no pre-filled lists/databases).
I switched to weddingwire and I really like it. It is password protected and other PPs have said, you can track different events.
Post # 9
So just to confirm, for those that have used wedding wire – as an example, if a guest visits your website and goes to RSVP and is only invited to 2 of your 3 wedding events, they’ll only be able to see those 2 events? Not the one they are not invited to?
Thanks for all the feedback!!
Post # 10
@midwestgirl80: Let me know how wedding wire goes! I really like Appy Couple so far.. it is very cool (they have great design options, too!). I won a free membership, so I didn’t have to pay.
Post # 11
@midwestgirl80: Yes, that is right. Sorry I did a sucky job of explaining in my post! I tried lol.
Post # 12
- Wedding: August 2013 - The Liberty House
I honestly would just make a different site for people to RSVP to the secret events. Like “weddingwire.com/LisaandMichael’sRehearsalDinner”
Post # 13
I’ve done the same for Appy Couple – that site looks pretty awesome! Do you like it, anemily?!
Post # 14
I was going to also suggest wedding wire. As the ladies explained what they can RSVP to is controlled by you.
Post # 15
@midwestgirl80: glosite.com lets you do this. Depending on features and number of guests, there’s a fee. You put each guest’s email in there, list which events they’re invited to, and each guest only sees information for the events they’re invited to. You can also restrict a guest’s access to the site page by page. It’s an amazing website.
Post # 16
This is veryful for ecommerce website