Setting up your (free!) wedding website on Event Services Hub should be one of the first things you do after getting engaged. Your wedding website will give your guests a taste of what to expect for your big day. Here are some tips to help guide you to thinking about what you what to communicate to your guests.
Make it YOU!
It’s almost too good to be true! You can create your free, personalized site.
Do you need to tell all?
Include only the information, pictures and videos that you want to share. Remember that family will be invited to your Wedding Website, so ensure that pictures, videos and language is something you want the more conservative relatives viewing. Make sure links and addresses are correct.
There basics which your guest will want to know.
The dress code, directions to the Rehearsal Dinner, Wedding Ceremony, the Reception, and your Registry. Having an Event Services Hub Wedding Website allows you to provide your guest will all this information in one place!
Out of town guests?
Include links to preferred hotels, restaurants and event suggested activities in the area. We have provided an area for you to add all the important links and you can label them as well, so there’s no confusion about what they are.
About Our Wedding
Be as personal as you want when telling your story. People would love to know how you met, see some pictures and videos of your journey. You can upload your pictures and videos directly onto your Wedding Website. Have a hashtag? Include it so that people can use it and find you on social media!
When creating your website, you are able to add a link directly to your Bridal Registry or if you have a list, you can upload it directly onto the site in PDF. When there are updates to the list, you can simply upload the revised status of gift purchases. Guest will appreciate having this option, so that you are not receiving duplicate gifts.
You and your guest can chat directly on your Wedding Website via the Comments, for all guests to see. This allows everyone to see what questions have been asked and you won’t have to repeat the same thing over and over.