In this digital age – where email and social media are the most popular way to communicate – personalised wedding websites are now incredibly popular. It could be a private hub to keep guests up to date with all relevant wedding information, news and updates. Or a general wedding blog documenting inspiration and your wedding planning journey.

If this is something you’d like, then read on for ideas…

Why not create a wedding website that starts with your engagement! Some photos of the day you got engaged, who asked who and a story about your romance so far. Send an email to all your friends and family so they can share the joy in your news! Once you have set a date create a timer to countdown to your big day and a calendar to set deadlines for dresses, flowers etc… and don’t forget to send the date to your guests to save the date.

The stag and hen do’s can have a dedicated area for attendees to find information about the festivities, times, itinerary and cost, then after maybe upload (or not!) the photos afterwards.

Instead of traditional invitations perhaps email your guests with the link, they will be able to log in to your website to find out details about wedding themes, colours, dress codes, itineraries, menus and even use a RSVP form online. As well as all information about timing, car parking, hotels and – if you’re getting married abroad – essential travel information.

Update your wedding guests on the lead up to your ceremony and use Google Maps to direct your guests to the wedding venue and reception.

Enjoy your day!

After you’ve said “I do!” and had a fabulous day, share your favourite wedding photos and videos on your website by uploading them – your guests could do this too. When you return from your honeymoon write a blog, upload the honeymoon photos and send a digital postcard to your friends and family telling them all about your first holiday as a married couple.

If you would like any help building your wedding website, please get in touch with Sarah by emailing [email protected]