(Closed) Wedding Website Help!

posted 5 years ago in Etiquette
Post # 2
730 posts
Busy bee

Totally up to you. I’d probably include it because I wouldn’t want to have to remember to go in and change it, but either way is fine.

Post # 4
126 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: November 2015

I included all of the details for the ceremoney and reception on my website. I figure if someone is interested enough to go to the website after getting a std I should provide as much info as possible. 

Post # 5
737 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2025

Have everything available on the website when you send out the invitations. Most people aren’t likely to visit the wedding website multiple times unless they’re looking for something specific, like your registry information or addresses and maps. Have all the information up and available to avoid getting questions or forcing people to go back and look for updates.

Post # 6
92 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2016

OnceUponAHunt:  I would just add all of the ceremony and reception information to the website! You’re really on the ball; shouldn’t all of your hard work organizing your wedding details make your life easier? I wouldn’t worry that guests will feel you are doing something too far in advance! They probably just think “Uh, can you plan my life for me, please!?” 

Post # 7
1099 posts
Bumble bee

I’d put it on the website. One of my ‘to-do’ list items is to make sure our website is totally up to date, organized and complete before Save-The-Date Cards go out

Post # 8
1000 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2016

You will have 3,000,000 things to do closer to the wedding date. Save yourself a to-do and put the address up on the website, as well as any other information, as soon as you can.

Personally I plan on doing the same. We have had a very long engagement and our wedding website has been a work in progress for a while now. Because it will be a destination wedding for 95% of our guests, it makes even more sense for us to give out as much information as early as possible.

We intend to: 

1. Email the Save-the-Dates as an inline picture, including a short message that links to our website (the Save the Date itself will not). 

2. By then have up: Address & Map of Venue, Schedule of Events for that weekend, RSVP form (if people want to RSVP then – we would not ask them to do so, of course), “Our Story” blurb (that maybe one person will read, but still!), and recommended places to stay & activities in the area. 

3. Mail out invitations with the website & RSVP deadline listed, by then including any further detailed/updated information as needed and an additional page entitled “Lost? Confused? Can’t Find Your Pants?” with contact information for some amazing person willing to field last-minute phone calls.

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