Wednesday, December 06, 2006
I've been invited to several destination weddings next year. We received lovely save the date cards from both couples and though they were beautiful, the most useful information came from each couple's website.
On Josh and Lauren's site we were able to find out airline information, hotels and rentals in the area, activities on the island - restaurants, golf courses, water activities and of course when and where the rehearsal dinner, wedding and post-wedding brunch will be taking place.
Engagepage.com allows you to create your very own wedsite. Guests are able to get information on your registry, wedding, travel and anything else you want to share. You can have your page up for 6, 12 or 18 months, and each package costs less than $100.
I'm not suggesting to do away with a save the date card, but add a wedsite to your wedding checklist so guests can turn to the site for help instead of having to call and e-mail you.