Things to Consider Including on Your Wedding Website


Digital invitations are more popular than ever before and by choosing to create a wedding website, you get to provide your guests with as much information as you want to. When you realize how many guests ask you the same questions, you quickly understand the true value of a wedding website. **Photo by Little Lane Events

There are so many website builders and online platforms that make creating a digital invitation really easy. And with all the available themes, you definitely won’t struggle to create a site that matches the style of your big day.

Along with placing the basic details of your wedding on your website, there are a few other things you may want to consider including.

Your Story

Your wedding is a unique celebration of your love and your journey as a couple. You’re inviting the people you care about the most, so why not take them through your story as a way to include them in the day. You could even get creative, and each tell your own side of the story. You could even throw in some details on your future plans if you really wanted to.

The Cast of Characters

Post a little bio and photo of each of your wedding party participants and how you met as well as your vendors and why you chose them. I love visiting wedding websites to see who is who and to recognize faces when I arrive at your wedding!

Important FAQs

FAQs will give guests something to refer to when they aren’t sure of specific details. Plus, it will prevent you from having to answer the same question over and over again. The FAQs can touch on any topics you like. From whether someone can bring a date to how to get to your venue, include the information you think is the most important. You will probably find yourself building on this list as you get closer to the day – don’t forget to let your guests know the local coffee shops, gas stations, hotels, and directions to your photo location after your ceremony.

RSVP Specifics

Using a wedding website is one of the easiest ways to collect RSVPs. However, it’s also a good way to collect additional details from guests without having to contact them individually. Perhaps you want to find out what music they want to hear or if they have any food allergies – simply add these additional fields to the RSVP form. If you have older guests or guests with mobility issues, ask them to indicate that so you can have someone ready to help them get into your wedding.

Promotional Codes

You might find that accommodation venues and transport companies will provide you with promotional codes for guests. If this is the case, create a section on your website that showcases accommodation and transportation options and include any promotional codes that guests can use. If you don’t have any promotional codes, you should still tell your guests about accommodation and transport options in the area.

Local Vendors

If you have guests coming from out of town, give them links to local vendors for hair and makeup, tailoring, shoe repair, gyms, restaurants, spas and any other businesses you can think of to help your guests get ready for your big day. Let them know how they can book each service in advance so when they arrive in town, everything is ready for them!

A Gallery

 A wedding website isn’t just about the details, visuals matter too. A photo gallery is a great way to share some of your engagement photos. You could also create a fun visual relationship timeline that you can incorporate into your story.

Whatever you decide to include on your wedding website, make sure that the information is easy to find on whatever device a guest is using and factor in the people who don’t have computers and cell phones – they will need everything mailed to them.

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