How and When to Use a Wedding Website

 


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There is one thing you have access to as a bride that your parents and grandparents never had: a wedding website. Yes, that is right: you can start a new family tradition. After your photographer finishes developing the hundreds and hundreds of pictures that are captured for your wedding, you can ask him to also put them together on a website. More and more photographers are now offering this as an additional service.

The possibilities for the wedding website are truly limitless. They can have everything starting from the engagement announcement, and can include the gift registry, wedding announcement, and even directions to the church!

With a little technical skill, pages could be added to the wedding website to include pictures of the brides dress, the wedding ceremony, reception, and honeymoon! Even photographs of the guests and gifts could be added later!

Another very nice option for a wedding website is to have an online guest book which is relatively easy to install. All of your guests could record their sentiments after the wedding and their well wishes for your future.

Why stop at an old fashioned photo album, when you could be the very first couple in either family to have your very own wedding website! To have the very latest technology, you could include flash presentations with audio and visual from the wedding, the reception, the guests, etc.

In addition to the photos your hired photographer takes, you can also ask your friends and family members to add any pictures they may have taken to the wedding. They can simply email them to you or upload them to the website through a function you add.

A wedding website would be such an appropriate testimonial of the happiest day of your lives and the beginning of your life together as a couple! This would also be a wonderful way to share your day with relatives and friends who live too far away or who otherwise will not be able to attend your wedding.

And for those who cannot make it to your actual wedding, how great would it be if they could simply access the whole event, including videos, pictures, and a guestbook, online, reliving the events through the eyes of the photographer? That would certainly be better than sending them a card that said “sorry you could not make it” with a single picture from the wedding. So consider putting your wedding, videos and all, up on the Internet!

Mayoor Patel is the writer for the website http://www.weddings.wares-are.us/ Please visit for information on all things concerned with Wedding Website

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