Jun
23
2020

Tying The Knot In 2020? Here Is Everything To Include In Your Wedding Website

Categories: Wedding

Whether you plan on tying the knot later this year or next, or reducing your guest list to close friends and family, make sure to create an online hub that can keep you and all your loved ones across the country up-to-date and in-the-know. ...

Jan
03
2020

How to Pick the Perfect Domain for Your Wedding Website

Categories: .US, Blog, Domains, Wedding

Your wedding website is a great resource for your guests. It helps them stay up to date with the details, accommodations, registries and RSVP for the big day. With all of this information on your site, it’s important that your website’s domain is not only catchy, but easy for your guests to remember and access. ...

Dec
22
2017

A Wedding Domain Your Family and Friends Can Remember

Categories: Domains, Wedding

Congratulations! You just got engaged. Now it’s time to get down to the real work of planning your big day, starting with your wedding website so that you can keep everyone informed about your progress. ...

Nov
27
2017

Family Websites are More Personal and Accessible Than Facebook

Categories: Family, WEBSITE, Wedding

All of us want to stay in touch with family and friends. And social media sites, like Facebook and Instagram, make it easier than ever to share messages and photos. However, at times social sites can make it challenging for family members of all ages and technical skills to come together. Setting up user accounts, navigating ever-changing privacy policies, and dealing with advertisements isn’t something that everyone wants to tackle. ...

Mar
16
2017

3 Reasons Why Couples Should Create Their Own URL

Categories: Blog, Domains, Family, Wedding

For most couples, the first website they create together will be their wedding “wedsite.” Over the past 5+ years, wedding sites have gone through a transformation. Once small, one-pagers with a photo of the couple and the most basic wedding information, today they’re often a multimedia interactive experience, filled with slideshows, polls asking guests to vote on the honeymoon destination, tools for pining photos on Pinterest, links to registries, and breaking news like dress updates. Oftentimes, the centerpiece is a step-by-step account, or even a produced video, of the proposal or a “how we met” story. ...