Creating a website for your wedding is becoming an asset many couples find invaluable for their big day. Your website can be used as a hub for you & your guests to get all the information needed to ensure the day goes as smoothly as possible. From travel directions, dietary requirements, accommodation suggestions & venue information, a website can showcase & gather as much information as you require. Check out some of the benefits below.
Creating a clean cut landing page allows your guests to navigate around your website easily. Providing them with venue information, how to get there & accommodation suggestions takes away all the hassle for both you & your guest. Your website will act as a hub of information and hopefully answer any questions your guests may have.
Showcase the venue, let people know the history behind the castle or Manor House that they'll be spending the weekend at for your wedding. Also use it as a place to help direct your guests, including addresses and 'map views'.
With many guests coming from all parts of the country / world, providing travel advise is essential. Save yourself answering the same questions over and over by listings methods of transport to the venue / location of your wedding. Go one step further and include links to book taxi's or trains, sometimes even planes!
Accommodation for guests can cause a lot of headache, especially when you're having to book rooms on people's behalf. Our accommodation booking system allows your guests to reserve rooms & explore other options around the local area, giving them direct links to local hotels & allowing them to use discount codes where deals have been put in place.
Postal RSVP's are becoming a thing of the past. Using your website to collate RSVP responses could not be any easier. Our integrated RSVP forms allows you to ask as many questions as you wish. From Dietary requirements to food orders, we can build a form to your exact needs.
We have the ability to to give your catering company access to the forms to sort any food requirements out for specific guests, removing you as the middle man.