(Closed) What do YOU have on your wedding website?

posted 9 years ago in Technology
Post # 17
Member
961 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

  • Welcome
  • Our Story
  • Bride & Groom (intros of ourselves)
  • Ceremony & Reception
  • Wedding Weekend Events
  • Directions to Wedding Events
  • Wedding Attire & Local Weather
  • Things To Do
  • Traveling to Alexandria, New Husband
  • Accommodations
  • Budget Conscious?  (a place for folks who want to share care rentals or whatever to discuss possibilities)
  • Thank You
  • Guest Book
  • Registry
  • Contact Us
  • Share Your Photographs! (links to and directions for picasa and flikr for guests to upload their pics from the wedding)

That’s it!

Post # 18
Member
1805 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2011

Ceremony location info

Several hotels / b&bs and their price ranges and links to their websites

Distance from several area airports (driving time)

Local attractions / things to do, info on the area with a couple pics

Brief about us with why we are marrying in Iowa (we live in Tx)

Guestbook

Contact info page

 

We are marrying out of state and all but a handful of guests will also be from out of state.  Also the town we are marrying in is very small and the closest airport is an hour and 15 minutes away. So my main focus on the wedding website was giving people info on where to stay, what the town is like, and what the various options are for flying in and getting to the town.

 

Post # 19
Member
90 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

We have:

-RSVP (guests can rsvp online)

-Information on our Venue (Tennessee Aquarium)

-Schedule for the evening 

-Local Attractions/Hotel (everyone is from out of town)

-Registry 

-Contact information (our email address..in case of problems)

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