Here’s a new idea: a wedding website after the event can become a ‘thank you’ site and share what happened. This idea and more can be gleamed from this weekend’s Times article about building a wedding website.
The Times suggests a couple could self-host a website and have a website designer custom build it, but I’d highly discourage that as it’s very time consuming and expensive. Aren’t weddings already enough of this? :)
Using a wedding site platform that is hosted by the provider is the way to go—much like how I’d recommend a store choose e-commerce and gift registry software. One doesn't need need to reinvent wedding website software or gift registry software because existing choices are plenty, powerful, and affordable. I wish the Times had shared this fact. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.nytimes.com/2019/07/02/style/tips-for-building-a-wedding-website.amp.html
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