What should you put on your wedsite's FAQ?

By on Mar. 20th

Wedsites are awesome, aren't they? I think they're pretty much the best thing to happen to weddings since Offbeat Bride. How else can you stop the constant barrage of wedding questions from wonderfully well-meaning guests? With an all-encompassing FAQ page of course!

If you're sitting at your computer, wondering what exactly you should include on your FAQ, here is a huge master list of the things your guests are dying to know.

Don't forget that you can easily make your own FAQ page like this one by using any of the Offbeat Bride MyWedding wedsite templates.

  • How do I get to the venue(s)?
  • What time should I arrive?
  • Where should I park?
  • Will I have to pay for parking?
  • What should I wear?
  • Is there a dress code?
  • What kind of shoes should/shouldn't I wear?
  • Are there any colors that guests should avoid wearing?
  • Are kids welcome?
  • Can I bring a date?
  • Does your wedding have a theme?
  • I am coming from out of town. Where should I stay?
  • When is the RSVP deadline?
  • Are the ceremony and reception locations wheelchair accessible?
  • What is a handfasting/commitment ceremony/collaring ceremony/etc?
  • What should/could I do between the ceremony and the reception?
  • Will food be served?
  • What kind of food will be served?
  • What if I have a dietary restriction?
  • Will there be dancing?
  • Will there be any activities happening that I need to know about?
  • What time will the reception end?
  • Can I take pictures? (Perfect if you're planning an unplugged wedding)
  • Is there a gifts registry?
  • What if I want to donate my services to the cause instead of give a gift?
  • Is there transportation being provided between reception and hotels?
  • Will last names be changing after the wedding?
  • I have a question not answered here; how do I contact you?

What did you put on YOUR wedding website?

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About Megan Finley

Megan Finley is the Associate Publisher for the Offbeat Empire. When she's not slaving away for the Empire, she's sharing her dork side on her own blog, Twitter @meganfinley, and Instagram @meggyfin.