Do you need a wedding Web site?


Details it Could Contain
Your can communicate with many people at once through your wedding Web site and save your voice.
Your can communicate with many people at once through your wedding Web site and save your voice.
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Your wedding Web site can be as simple or as detailed as you want it to be -- it's entirely up to you. In addition to travel and location details and directions, some sites are set up to allow guests to RSVP online -- saving you a stamp. Since it's gauche to include it on your wedding invitation, your site could include wedding registry information. Some sites allow you to store guests' e-mail addresses and send them blasts as you get more details they'll need.

But wedding Web sites don't have to be all work and no play. They can also include fun anecdotes about how you and your fiancé met, a Q&A with the bridal party and groomsmen, and of course, lots of pictures. You can even have a page where guests can upload their stories and memories after the big day. Some couples love their Web site so much, they repurpose it as a Mister and Mistress page to keep their loved ones up to date on their lives. And no worries if you're a privacy hound. You can always opt for a site that offers password protection so only your nearest and dearest have access.