Family & Relationships Weddings

How to Build a Web Page of a Wedding

    • 1). Register for a website. Save yourself some time by using a pre-designed site through a wedding website provider. Create your wedding web page through sites such as eWedding, The Knot, and Wedding Window.

    • 2). Design your website's overall look. Use details that mimic your wedding theme or invitations to create a seamless custom look; wedding website providers will have a variety of templates and colors to choose from.

    • 3). Add information about you and your wedding. Offer a short version of the love story between you and your fiance, or biographical information about the members of your wedding party. Include photographs to help personalize your web page. Upload copies of any printed material about your wedding, such as your engagement announcement or invitations.

    • 4). Give guests all the details they need to attend your wedding. Include dates, times and directions not only for your wedding but for related celebrations such as the engagement party. Notify guests of any special hotel rates you've secured for the occasion. Add information about your dress code if it differs from traditional wedding attire. Reinforce any special requests; if children aren't welcome at your wedding ceremony, let guests know up front.

    • 5). Provide contact information. Let guests know where to send gifts, who to call with questions and how to RSVP. Set up an online RSVP or guest book as part of your site to save time and money on RSVPs.

    • 6). Create a section for your wedding registry information. Include the names you're registered under, registry ID numbers, zip codes, and other identifying information that will help guests find you within store registries.

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