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It’s funny how wedding traditions that didn’t exist 10 years ago are now near mandatory practice. Take, for example, the wedding website. Yes, people make them and they’re beautiful, but I also cannot imagine attending a wedding as a guest without one. How else do you communicate about welcome parties, parking, discount codes and activities in the area? So, we’re making one…
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The artist who is doing our invites suggested using Squarespace, so we decided to give it a try. So far, so good. I am not one who likes to create something from the ground up (I realize how that sounds since I have my own business but honestly, it’s something I struggle with constantly), so I’m grateful that SS has straightforward templates where you can just plug and play all of your information. Likely, we’ll add in a page here or there for other information that’s unique to our day, but for now I appreciate the ease. Also, it’s a really great way to show off our engagement pictures by Ashley!

AND! Perfect timing – I was reading Style Me Pretty yesterday and came across this post. If you and your fiance/e want to try out Squarespace for your wedding, use code SMP15 for 10% off!

Are you all doing wedding websites? Did you do one? Thoughts / tips? Talk to me!

xoxo,

ALLIE SIGNATURE

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Lexie
Lexie
6 years ago

Just finished ours! we used weddingwire.com which is basically a one-stop shop for all of your wedding planning needs. Its great! I highly recommend it!!