(Closed) wedding website on facebook?

posted 9 years ago in Technology
Post # 16
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Wannabee
  • Wedding: September 2012

I created a private wedding website for my husband and I for free on http://www.wedbuddy.com. They have this really cool feature where you can select certain updates and photos that you add to your wedding website and share it to your Facebook account.

So, I didn’t have to upload photos in two places. I uploaded it to my wedding site and if I choose to share that I facebook, I could.

This made it easy for me to share some things, but not everything 🙂 It was so useful to create a wedding website because my husband is from Hungary and we were able to share our wedding experience with his extended family.

 

Post # 17
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1509 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

I haven’t even created a wedding website (though I have started blogging about the experience for fun), but I definitely wouldn’t share the link on Facebook.  I know people that have done this (weddings I wasn’t personally invited to), and while I didn’t mind that I wasn’t invited (they were only acquaintances), I’m sure there were people who were hurt when they saw they weren’t invited.  I generally like to try to avoid that kind of drama.

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@CaliHoya:  I agree about the oversharing (wedding, baby, etc.).  This is probably why I’ve gotten so tired of Facebook.  It’s fine to share a picture here and there or post about something especially exciting or adorable, but I don’t need to see every picture taken at your wedding and during your honeymoon.  I also don’t need to know how many times your child spit up during the last week or what your 3-year-old had for lunch today.

Post # 18
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1078 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

I wouldn’t post my information on facebook because I think it’s tacky.  On the other hand, I kind of enjoy when other people do it because I like looking through their website…. ha!

Post # 19
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3089 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

We’re having a small wedding and see no need to let FB know about our wedsite.  Our friends and family who are coming know via the STD.

Post # 20
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4 posts
Wannabee
  • Wedding: September 2012

To each bride her own. I personally wouldn’t do it. I would rather go with a wedding website builder that’s integrated with Facebook such that I could choose what to share and with whom. I believe a good list of such wedsite builders can be found here, http://top-wedding-websites.com/

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