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A Guide to Wedding Websites

Eternal Bliss Events couple: Alessia & Jackson ~ Photo Credit: Tolman Media ~ QR Code for RSVP: The Knot

A wedding website is an easy-to-use, organized and convenient way to communicate the details of your upcoming wedding with your guests and keep track of RSVPs. Check out why we recommend our couples create a wedding website & what to include: 


Why have one?


  • Less paper in your enveloped invitations

  • The style, colours, font and decorative elements you select for your wedding stationery are the introduction to your wedding. However, the gorgeous and elaborate stationery can be a large investment- we recommend choosing 1-2 printed paper invitations to go in your envelopes and a QR code available to scan to reach your wedding website! 

  • For any elderly guests who aren't tech-savvy, you can absolutely make a paper version to send out 

  • Budget-friendly 

  • These websites can be free by choosing a template or a fraction of the price (for an upgraded site) of paper 

  • You can even choose to forgo a paper invite altogether

  • Give your guests all the info they need

  • Leave no questions unanswered! Keep reading for what we recommend featuring on your websites!

  • Stay organized!

  • Both you and your guests have one place to see all the information and it manages your guest list by tracking your RSVPs


Eternal Bliss Events Couple: Madison & Cole ~ Photo Credit: Rosewood Studios ~ QR Code to RSVPify

How to make a wedding website


What to include

  • Include any information your guests should know decorated with your engagement pictures, and answer these questions on your wedding website: 

  • The basics: Names, date, location(s), time of the ceremony, cocktail hour and reception

  • Venue(s) room name, parking and accessibility information

  • RSVP page: manages your guests’ responses for you and you’ll never lose track of who needs to answer! Don’t forget to include when RSVPs are due. If your website does not have an option for guests to select a meal or outline allergies/restrictions, include a note for them to send you an email. 

  • Accommodations/ link to the hotel with a block of rooms (if you have many out-of-town guests) 

  • Transportation (shuttle you have arranged for guests, nearby parking if there is no parking on-site, your venue’s overnight parking policy)

  • Dress codes (from black tie to outdoors- give your guests any tips for their attire i.e. recommending not wearing thin heels if the wedding is on grass, what black tie means, avoiding a certain colour(s) etc.)

  • Any additional wedding weekend events deets (i.e welcome party, after party, the morning after brunch) 

  • Unplugged ceremony - give your guests a heads-up if you’d like phones to be put away during your ceremony   

  • Answer any FAQ wedding questions that pertain to your specific wedding. For example:

  • Can I bring a plus one?

  • Can I bring my kids?

  • Where can I park?

  • What time should I arrive?

  • And anything else you want to tell your guests about!


Eternal Bliss Events couple: Adriana & Chris ~ Photo Credit: Tara Weddings ~ Website: The Knot

Your wedding website should reflect your style and is a great intro to your wedding day! Set it up when you want people to save the date or when those paper invitations go out. There are no rules, so, have fun with it! 






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