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Perks of having a wedding website – WedKnock Stories

Perks of having a wedding website

It is absolutely wonderful how the celebration of love changes with the changing times. With more and more people switching to environmental friendly ways of celebrating, the concept of wedding cards are slowly dying away. Even though we personally believe, every bride should have her way as to how she wants to celebrate her special day, the concept of wedding website is rather nice. Allow us to take you on a little journey as to why say yes to a Wedding Website!

1. Less expense!

A wedding website takes almost hardly half the price of printing cards but serves the same purpose of inviting your guests. You log in your details and save the trouble of inviting each and every guest personally. All you have to do is send the link of your website to the said guest.

2. Tell the world of your love

We all love stories, and more than that we love telling our stories. And a lot of couples these days are going the extra mile to tell their stories through their wedding website. I have seen couples give a detailed interactive timeline of their love story, right from the first meet to the big day.

3. Customize to your heart’s content

If you have a theme for your wedding, there can be no better reason than to have a wedding website! The best part about website is, you can include those tiny details digitally which you might have to let go for the sake of your wedding guests. With invested time and thought your website can be an interactive walkthrough to your theme! At the end of the day the website should reflect the both of you as individuals or as a couple. I have seen the most beautiful Star Wars themed wedding website for a gamer couple.

4. Know who will make it!

You can have an online RSVP section in your website where the invited guests can respond directly and update you about their arrival. It is especially helpful if you have cross country guests.  Being updated in your guest’s schedule always helps in the later stage of wedding planning.

5. Share Photos and videos

Spread the love! You can share your pre-wedding pictures on your website and let the whole world know your love. Also the guests who couldn’t be a part of the wedding can get to see uploaded videos and pictures of the day. Give the world the joy of being a part of your special day.

6. Update and be updated!

Your guests are going to be ever grateful for this particular feature where you update them about the venue, time and type of the event through your website. Because no one wants to turn up in a black tie reception wearing a Swarovski dhoti!

7. Lead, but don’t be led!

GPS! Man’s next best creation after wheels! Give your GPS location of the venue in your website and your guests won’t need to ask for help form the rest of the world. Reach the wedding hassle free in whichever corner of the world it might be hidden!

Weddings involve a hundred dreams and a few special moments. Moments of ultimate strength and little moments of weaknesses. No matter what you do this day will stay on with you for the rest of your life. Document it well! More than that, have a great wedding and live it well.

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