Many wedding website or paperless invitation services offer a built-in RSVP tool, which is fabulous. However, if you’re looking for a free DIY option, look no further than the much-lauded Google Docs, which offers an easy and efficient way of creating an online RSVP tool using Google Forms.
You’ve snagged your wedding website name, maybe a fun theme, and now you’ve got to fill it with information. Guests can end up relying pretty heavily on your wedding website, especially if you’re having a destination wedding, multi-day wedding, or have some cultural traditions that may be new to some guests. Let’s get the most bang out of your buck by including the information your guests will need. Here are our favorite wedding website tips for offbeat weddings.
We’re always lusting after fun ideas for customizing wedding decor. Our sponsor, StickerYou.com, allows you to create seriously kick-ass designs that you can affix to your favors, your bottles, your floor, and even your body. Here are our top five favorite ways to customize your decor with labels and decals from StickerYou.com.
Feeling the design spirit and want to DIY your own wedding invitation set? We feel you. Sometimes what you want only exists in your brain and only you can pull it out. You’ll need some tools to make this happen, so let’s talk wedding invitation design software, both big and robust or small and easy-to-learn.
As you’ve probably already learned from your likely experiences trying to register at your local big box store, it can be daunting and restricting to say the least. We’ve gathered some tips from our sponsor Zola to make sure your registry is as flexible, usable, and customizable as we know it can be.
I don’t know about you, but I LOVE the idea that I could buy a couple a hot rock massage during their honeymoon instead of some pot holders. Honeymoon registries have become a hot trend for this very reason. Our very longtime sponsor, Buy Our Honeymoon, is one of our favorite places to send couples in need of a way to fund their honeymoon.