No wedsite needed: an Instagram wedding website is au courant #Advice#couples of color#social media#wedding websites Posted Mar 23 2017 Guest post by Mia and Jason A portion of Mia and Jason's Instagram wedding website! My fiance', Jason is an Art Director and I am an Intellectual Property Attorney, so innovation is something about which we both are really passionate. We are the type of couple who wanted our wedding to reflect us in every capacity. So when we set out to figure out how we would share the details of our wedding with our family and friends we knew we wanted something out of the box. My fiance came up with the concept to make an Instagram wedding website. It was the first big project that we did collaboratively as an engaged couple and it was a really fun (and at times frustrating) venture. Our wedding Instagram has a main page that the details of how we met and pictures of us from our engagement shoot. There are also several other pages that have the details of the wedding, including but not limited to; attire, accommodations, parking, etc. It also has a page that gives guests an idea of fun things to do in St. Louis while they are there, and a FAQs page as well. We made the pages with the actual details of the wedding private and accessible only to guests to avoid wedding crashers. 😉 We wanted the Instagram to be something that guests not only use as a resource for details on the event but also as something interactive that they'd enjoy leading up to the wedding as well. We decided to use the "Instagram Live" aspect of the app to give friends and family a glimpse into our everyday lives as a couple. It gives the people we love a more intimate look into how we function as a unit. I often post clips from his b-ball games, or when I'm cooking Sunday dinner (which is a big deal in our house). And he posts me doing all the quirky things I do on a regular basis. It's a fun way to share who we are with the people who will be sharing such a special day with us. Click here to see the landing page Ready to see the Instagram wedding website?! Click here to see it! Related Post 9 wedding website tips to inform, reassure, and give guests warm fuzzies You've snagged your wedding website name, maybe a fun theme, and now you've got to fill it with information. Guests can end up relying pretty... Read more As far as the photos that we used for the IG, we wanted our engagement shoot to reflect the tone of the wedding, and who we are as a couple. Although we are asking our guests to dress formally, we want them to know that the event will in no way be stuffy. Which is why we opted to dress up for the shoot, but in the comfort of our own home. Click here to see the landing page The video game Rock Band is very significant in our relationship. You can see it in the photos we included. It is how we met, and as a result Jason also incorporated it into our proposal. It only made sense to include it in our engagement shoot because it is how we spend a LOT of our free time. D'aww Related Post 6 tips for an extra-useful wedding website I love seeing a wedding website URL in a save-the-date envelope. "Head to this website for our whole story." YES: I want to see photos, I want to see cute… Read More Would YOU ever try this kind of Insta wedsite? Seems like a fair bit of work but has pretty killer results. Guest post written by Mia and Jason Mia and Jason are a couple that love not to take themselves too seriously. They cosplay every chance they get and are avid photography enthusiasts. Mia is the introvert of the duo and Jason is without a doubt the life of the party. They balance each other out, challenge each other's thinking, and make each other better. http://www.instagram.com/skiptothelouandsayido PREVIOUS Vaudeville ain't got nuthin' on this extravagant vintage circus wedding of our dreams NEXT This wedding's Disney theme (with Star Wars!) is warming our cold villain hearts like a spell Show/Hide comments [ 0 ] Join the conversation Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for your offbeat awesomeness newsletter! No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.