How are you dealing with the fact that, technology-wise, you are living in the 21st century, but your parents and their friends are not?
I'm finding I'm having a LOT of wedding planning complications with things like our evites, the online-only registries, and the entire concept of photo sharing.
What are some ways to help your less-than-technologically savvy friends and family members with your tech-y wedding? -Kim
Ah, the question for the modern couple. How do you bridge the gap between your technological needs, and the fact that your grandma still uses AOL? Or the friend of yours who refuses to RSVP to evites? Or your mom's friend who doesn't understand the concept of online-only gift registries?
First, here are some previous posts of ours that might help you on your wedding tech quest:
- The electronic wedding hacks: Choosing your online wedding planning tools
- How to use Flickr groups to collect wedding photos from your guests
- How to elope AND share the wedding with your family at the same time
Now, how are YOU catering to the not-so-tech-savvy guests?