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6 tips for making your wedding website useful AND stylish

Are you engaged? YAY! I have a feeling that a lot of you are thinking about wedding hashtags and websites and social media, oh my. Weddings are way more high tech these days and a wedding website is pretty standard fare now. When I got engaged in 2018, I went on a hunt for a really slick wedding website and have a few quick hit tips to share to make your wedding website both ultra useful and seriously captivating.

3 ways to save mad cash with affordable wedding invitations for budget savvy weddings

We're seeking out ways to save cash on your wedding invites since y'all don't have unlimited money, amirite? I hit up one of my faves, Minted, to see what they had in the way of cost-saving options and affordable wedding invitations. Thankfully, budget savvy weddings can be a thing with a couple of new styles of invitations that save money for both you AND your guests (think postcard stamps instead of regular ones and way less bulk).

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This free wedding website tool makes your guest list, RSVPs, & save-the-date woes a thing of the past

Newly engaged folks: I know you're out there and you're probably stuck on some aspect of the planning, right? Whether you're looking for a wedding website, paperless save-the-dates, a way to collect RSVPs, and managing that guest list, we've found an app that helps you with ALL OF THAT. It's totally turn-key so you don't have to have any technical or design skills, either. Joy will create a central zone to manage all of your wedsite needs. How so? Here's the low-down on Joy, this (spoiler: free!) tool…

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No wedsite needed: an Instagram wedding website is au courant

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. Let's see it!

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Kicking 'em out: how can we word our "zero argument" drama-free wedding rule?

We are no strangers to family and guest drama at weddings. Hell, we've got whole archives for family advice, family drama, and conflict resolution. People are people and people can bring the dramaz. You're totally on the right path by nipping it in the bud early and diplomatically addressing the issue on your wedding website. Wedding websites are the best place to explain anything you want explained: dress codes, ceremony rituals, accommodations, and of course, any specific drama rules that you'll be putting in place. Let's talk about how to word it.