How do I introduce my wedding website?
- Welcome to our wedding website!
- Welcome to our wedding website – we’re so glad you’re here.
- Hi there, thanks for stopping by!
- Hi there, we’re so happy to have you here!
- Hello and welcome!
- Welcome to our wedding website – so glad you could make it!
When should you announce your wedding website?
Once you’ve locked in a wedding date (time and location too), create your wedding website. Then, include the link to your site on your save-the-dates and pop those bad boys in the mail. (Psst: As a reminder, these should go out six to eight months before your wedding date).
What information goes on a wedding website?
Add your names, wedding date, start time and location on your website. You can also share announcements and logistics surrounding additional wedding events like welcome drinks or farewell brunch. Don’t forget to add an RSVP date (or online RSVP instructions) too.
How long does the knot keep your wedding website?
The cost of renewing your domain is the same as your initial purchase: $19.99 per year. Renewals last at least one year.
Is it rude to put registry on invitation?
Is it rude to include registry info on invitations? The short answer is yes — while it may not be considered rude, per say, to put your registry on the invitations, it could seem to suggest that getting a gift is just as important as inviting your guests to the wedding.
How do you announce a wedding registry?
The Right (and Wrong) Way to Share Your Wedding Registry
- Do include information on your bridal shower invitations. …
- Don’t post a Facebook status with links to your registry. …
- Do include a registry page on your wedding website. …
- Do put your wedding website on your save the date.