Post # 1
I’ve been workingon our wedding website for a while now, I’m not sure what exactly to include on it. This is what I have so far…
Date and time
location and directions
hotel group rates with websites, phone numbers, distance from wedding
things to do nearby
info about kids (they are welcome but the church doesn’t have a cry room)
Anything I’m leaving out????
Post # 3
Our website has location, date, time, hotel accomodation, directions.
Then we have attendants, a copy of our story, photos, and RSVP function, links to our blogs and a contact function that emails our personal email accounts.
We did not use any of the regular online website tools, but purchased our own domain and C. set it up.
You can check it out at
Post # 4
Schedule of events, travel info, photos, guest book, and a miscellaneous info page that includes our registry information. Like doctorgirl, I chose to build the site myself – I used GoDaddy’s Website Tonight service.
Post # 5
I included what the other gals have stated, but since I’m getting married in Mexico I also had an FAQ page with questions like:
What will the weather be like?
Where are the best places to see sunset/sunrise?
What’s the nightlife like?
Post # 6
Our wedding isn’t until May so I haven’t added a few buttons to our wedding site yet (like "Accomodations") b/c it is a litle too early but most of it is up. We bought ours through WedShare.com. Check it out!
Post # 7
Nice thread! We’ve having the following:
– location page for venue & ceremony/reception info, including custom map and weather links
– travel info (airport, car rental, local transit options)
– lodging (list of nearby hotels with approximate distances and contact info)
– online RSVP
– blog for wedding tidbits/updates
– registry info
Post # 8
We used eweddings.com to create our own domain name. we have
– proposal story, photos of family and pets, honeymoon details, registry details, events (- engagement party, reception, wedding), directions, photos (us, pets, area), local geology description (b/c we are dorks), things to do, accommodations, rsvp, bridal party photos and descriptions
Post # 9
We used Wedquarters.com and got our own domain name. We have:
Schedule of Events
Travel and Lodging
Local Attractions (some of our guests are from out ot state)
A Quiz about us
Post # 10
Sitemap of my site will be as follows (for now):
Roomshare/Rideshare message boards (tentative)
Family trees & who’s who (tentative)
Travel & Directions
Local Attractions & activities
Events – Just the wedding, for now, but will be updated with any known showers, bach. parties, rehearsal dinners, etc.
Stuff – Registry info
RSVP (pre-wedding) – Will probably be custom built forms feeding a database.
Photos (post-wedding) – Guest & pro photos
Post # 11
Oh yeah, I forgot…once we send the invites out there will be a RSVP page! Wedquarters has a pretty decent set-up for that!
Post # 12
I’m also including the dress code, as I’ve had a few questions already about that.