We all know that a wedding website is a great way to streamline your wedding planning. All you need to do is direct your guests to your website through your wedding invitations or save-the-dates, and all the info they need will be at their (and your!) fingertips: sent and RSVPs are easily collected, link maps to your venues, include links to your gift registries, give your out-of-town guests peace of mind by telling them where you’ve reserved hotel rooms, and so on. But have you thought about other, more unique ways to use your wedding website? We love how brides and grooms are using their Squarespace sites in unique ways.
Before the Wedding:
Chronicle your wedding planning by blogging about your DIY projects. Your aunt from the West Coast will love to see everything that you’re working on! Create a secret page that only your bridesmaids have access to, where you’ll plan all the exciting details for your bachelorette party getaway.
After the Wedding:
Change your wedding site into a personal blog! We love the way this couple hijacked their ordinary wedding site, and changed it into a place where they could document their wedding photos, their honeymoon and travel images, (including a creative use of their wedding hashtag), and changed their landing page to include a thank you message for their guests.
Squarespace is one of our favorite sources for creating an easy-to-use, attractive, and mobile friendly wedding website. Plus, they’re offering a discounted offer for Once Wed readers! Squarespace is offering a 10% discount exclusively for Once Wed readers! Simply sign up for your annual subscription using the code ONCEWED15!
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