Remember to create your wedding website in advance: it must be ready about 8 months before the D-Day, in order to complete your wedding invitations. You will thus be able to add your website address to your wedding invitation cards.
The advantage of creating wedding websites rather than using wedding invitation cards is that they can be modified anytime. Thus if a piece of information changes, you can update it very easily on your wedding website.
With the Map block, you can locate your wedding venue (with a Google map) or the accomodations for the guests. It is advised to add a printable version of the map (to do so, you can use a Download block).
You can easily add your gift registry to your website using a link for example. You can also present your wedding menu.
As far as wedding presents are concerned, you have the possibility to insert a Donation Paypal button, if it helps.
What is cool with SiteW is that you can create different levels of confidentiality: you can for example create pages that are protected by a password and that can only be reached by the bride and groom and by the guests. Or Member pages (or pages protected by a different password) that can only be reached by the bridesmaids for instance.
With SiteW Image block, you can add pictures of the newly weds and write a short presentation of the bride and groom using a Text block.
It is easy to create a beautiful website for your wedding. With SiteW Widget blocks you can easily add frames and backgrounds to your website
With the Timer gadget, you can add a countdown to your website till D-day.
After the party, your wedding website can turn into a souvenir album in no time.
With the Gallery block, you can create pretty photo albums on your website that you will be able to categorize by topic (preparation, reception, ceremony, dancing party, etc.).
With these modest tips, you will be able to create a beautiful wedding website that will help you organize the ceremony and that will finally turn into a place where you can share memories with your family and friends.
Last update: April 12, 2016