In the last article, we talked about creating your wedding website and its advantages during times like these. But you’d agree with us when we say that there is more to a website than just creating it. You also want it to get out there to your friends and family and have them be able to access it. That’s what we’ve decided to focus on in this article, so grab a pen, paper and take down some notes on how to and when to share your website.
- How To Share Your Wedding Website
There are a few guidelines to follow when it comes to sharing your wedding website. You can put it on any of your prewedding event invitations like save-the-dates, bridal shower or engagement party invites.
As for sharing on social media, note that sharing it openly can make noninvited friends feel left out or you could receive an unsolicited commentary. So, if you do want to share, it’s best to do so in a private wedding-related group.
- When to Share and How Often You Should Update Your Wedding Website
Continue to share your website along with updated details and new information as often as you can. This will keep everybody in the loop and avoid missed information.
With the current situation, it might be a while before you get to hold your wedding, so your guests will welcome the occasional reminder as you add new updates to your site.
Don’t forget to keep the registry and wish list aspects of your wedding website up-to-date too. Your guests will most likely check back periodically to see what’s been purchased and what’s still on your list.
Update your FAQs so that your guests can use that link to get answers to their many burning questions rather than have to call and text you with it.
There’s a reason why Stonebrook Manor is known as Denver’s Premier Indoor and Outdoor wedding venue. It’s because when it comes to weddings around Denver and its environs, we host the best. Your wedding can be fun and successful too. Give us a call today!