Essentials For Your Personal Wedding Plans

(From the dress code to transport options)

1. Your Love Story

Everyone loves a great love story, and your guests are no exception. You don’t have to include everything about your relationship, but you may want to keep your guests up to speed with fun facts, as well as how you both got engaged.

 

2. Engagement Photos

Think that you’ve got gorgeous engagement photos? Feel free to share them with us. You can include a gallery of photos in a separate tab for your loved ones to admire. It won’t take anything away should you choose to display the same photos at the wedding.

 

3. Present Time

While this may not necessarily apply in Singapore where giving red packets are the norm, this may be useful for guests from other cultures. If you prefer cash gifts, there are polite ways of getting the message across without sounding crass.

 

4. RSVP

Getting online RSVPs are a great and easy way to manage your numbers, and it helps you to save on postage fees. For those who prefer traditional RSVPs, you can set aside a budget for RSVP cards, or simply get them to call you or your partner to indicate their attendance. Just don’t forget to set a deadline.

 

5. Venue/Accommodation Details

This tab should include the name of your venue, full address, contact details, as well as a location map. If you’re having a destination wedding, you should include all these, plus cost and your room block details.

6. Transport

Whether your venue is located at a convenient spot or an inaccessible one, you should include the various ways to get there such as car, taxi, or public transport (which train station or bus service). If you’re offering shuttle bus services, do include the time and location where guests should head to. You should also include parking details and fees, so guests won’t get sticker shock.

 

7. Timeline of Events

This is important if you’re having a destination wedding, overseas guests, or one that spans a few days. Your guests may want to know what’s going on, so they know when to fly in and prep for their accommodation amongst others. If you’re including certain events that are by invite only (for instance, the bridal shower or the rehearsal dinner), make sure that it is password protected for that tab, and only share it amongst those who’re invited.

 

8. Things To Do

Again, this only applies to overseas celebrations, or guests flying in. It would be nice if you had a list of things to do or see during their stay in the country.

 

9. Frequently Asked Questions

These are other aspects of the wedding that you think guests might want to know. They should include pointers on whether they’re allowed to bring plus ones or kids, the dress code, wedding theme, type of food served, and what happens if your guests have dietary restrictions and so on.

 

10. Guestbook

Whether you’re having a physical guestbook at the wedding or not, it’ll be fun to see what messages your guests have for you. You can ask them to pen their thoughts, and if not, a song request for the reception or a wedding advice would be a fun addition to your site!

 

11. Contact Info

You should always leave an e-mail address or a phone number so that guests can contact you easily should they have any questions that weren’t answered on your site.

Essentials For Your Personal Wedding Plans

(From the dress code to transport options)

1. Your Love Story

Everyone loves a great love story, and your guests are no exception. You don’t have to include everything about your relationship, but you may want to keep your guests up to speed with fun facts, as well as how you both got engaged.

 

2. Engagement Photos

Think that you’ve got gorgeous engagement photos? Feel free to share them with us. You can include a gallery of photos in a separate tab for your loved ones to admire. It won’t take anything away should you choose to display the same photos at the wedding.

 

3. Present Time

While this may not necessarily apply in Singapore where giving red packets are the norm, this may be useful for guests from other cultures. If you prefer cash gifts, there are polite ways of getting the message across without sounding crass.

 

4. RSVP

Getting online RSVPs are a great and easy way to manage your numbers, and it helps you to save on postage fees. For those who prefer traditional RSVPs, you can set aside a budget for RSVP cards, or simply get them to call you or your partner to indicate their attendance. Just don’t forget to set a deadline.

 

5. Venue/Accommodation Details

This tab should include the name of your venue, full address, contact details, as well as a location map. If you’re having a destination wedding, you should include all these, plus cost and your room block details.

6. Transport

Whether your venue is located at a convenient spot or an inaccessible one, you should include the various ways to get there such as car, taxi, or public transport (which train station or bus service). If you’re offering shuttle bus services, do include the time and location where guests should head to. You should also include parking details and fees, so guests won’t get sticker shock.

 

7. Timeline of Events

This is important if you’re having a destination wedding, overseas guests, or one that spans a few days. Your guests may want to know what’s going on, so they know when to fly in and prep for their accommodation amongst others. If you’re including certain events that are by invite only (for instance, the bridal shower or the rehearsal dinner), make sure that it is password protected for that tab, and only share it amongst those who’re invited.

 

8. Things To Do

Again, this only applies to overseas celebrations, or guests flying in. It would be nice if you had a list of things to do or see during their stay in the country.

 

9. Frequently Asked Questions

These are other aspects of the wedding that you think guests might want to know. They should include pointers on whether they’re allowed to bring plus ones or kids, the dress code, wedding theme, type of food served, and what happens if your guests have dietary restrictions and so on.

 

10. Guestbook

Whether you’re having a physical guestbook at the wedding or not, it’ll be fun to see what messages your guests have for you. You can ask them to pen their thoughts, and if not, a song request for the reception or a wedding advice would be a fun addition to your site!

 

11. Contact Info

You should always leave an e-mail address or a phone number so that guests can contact you easily should they have any questions that weren’t answered on your site.

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