The wedding bubble is an interesting world to be in. When you’re planning a wedding, you’re well aware of the trends and the current practices. Sometimes it’s easy to forget what you’ve actually encountered in your everyday life versus read about hundreds of times before on the internet.
Wedding websites are one of those things where it seems like everyone has one. It’s common practice in the wedding world; however, I personally have never been to a wedding where there was one.
Since I recently started a business, I was just in the throes of website building. As someone who has been blogging for over five years, I know a thing or two about HTML and putting together a website. Moving over to wordpress.org was a big leap in skill level, and after a few too many moments of frustration, I managed to build a self-hosted website I’m pretty proud of.
Our wedding is fairly atypical, and we really wanted an easy way to communicate with our guests beyond the detail card in our invitation suite. (We’ve already explained everything to the grandparents in person.)