Wedding websites are a great way to share the information about your big day with all of your guests. On most, you can share your love story, your save-the-date, photos, and wedding details as you go along.
The concept of a wedding website is perfect for the modern bride. Every guest knows to check there for updated information.
The charming 50th & France stationery company, known for its unique and customizable style, is now branching into wedding websites. For a flat fee of $195 you can have up to five pages of information on your own wedding website (you pick a domain, such as tonyandtinawedding.com—no more long web addresses for grandma and grandpa to enter online), customized to your invitation stationery.
Everything from the font, to the background letterpress can be matched from your invites and save-the-dates to your website layout. This way, everything you send to your guests can be in one cohesive design. By the wedding day, your guests will be able to sense your style as a couple.
If you're interested, Antoinette, owner and designer at Paperista, will walk you through a wedding website consultation, in which you can put your personal touch in the website layout (you need to be an invitation client to be considered for a website for design and copyright reasons). Next, send information to her via email, and whatever you want your guests to know will appear on the website, which remains live online for up to three months after the wedding ceremony.
Use your site for engagement photos, wedding photos, bridal blogging, and more. The best part about this concept, says Antoinette, is that it takes the stress off the bride and groom. Once they've shared the information they want on the site with the staff, Paperista designers will make it look elegant and sound great.
Photo by Erica Loeks Photography, ericaloeks.com
Paperista, 5023 France Ave. S., Edina, 612-886-3470, paperista.com