Why a Wedding Website
Share your love story with pictures, music, video, from the past
You can share with your friends and family your love story via pictures, music and videos from the past. Your website can include wonderful memories, a quiz and a photo album from then and now. In addition you can provide lots of information about your wedding or about things to do for out of towners in your city.
Provide a communications hub where you collect and distribute information
Your website will become a communications hub for all your guests, fostering a community atmosphere.
Friends can send private messages and interact on Message Boards and the Blog.
Guests will also be able to use the Who's Coming page to find out who will be attending and they can discover where everyone
has settled on the Where Are They Now page.
Every time there's an update, simply send your guests broadcast emails and direct them to your Website to take whatever action you require; RSVP, make a payment, respond to a survey, upload photos, register for an activity and so much more. Complete details and maps for travelers will be accessible at all times from anywhere. Everyone will have a central place where they'll find all the answers to their questions.
Use built in ecommerce tools without Pay Pal or a merchant account
With MyEvent.com you get some added benefits with your website, because all of our websites come powered with ecommerce tools that allow you to accept payment by credit card without a merchant account at the very low rate of 5%. You can do some awesome fundraising through your website and accept donations online as well.
Share your event through social media using our sharing tools
You will be able to share your wedding using social media with our built in links that allow relatives to easily share on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIN or by email.
Your wedding will look professional and you will look like a genius
A personal wedding website will make the event look very professional. Moreover the website will act as a way for people to stay in touch even if they absolutely cannot make it to the event.