Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Writing a Wedding Invitation Blog to Include in Your Wedding Invitations

Blogs have skyrocketed in popularity, with CEOs, teenagers, and even grandmothers blogging about their lives and interests. Why not write a wedding invitation blog to connect with your guests, keeping everyone updated on your wedding progress? Even after the wedding bells have tolled, you will have a lovely "diary" of all the moments and decisions leading up to your special day.
Why Write a Wedding Invitation Blog
Getting married is one of the most important life events you will experience, and keeping track of all the moments is equally important. One way to chronicle your wedding planning process is to start a wedding invitation blog. You should begin this prior to sending out your wedding invitations, perhaps closer to sending save the date announcements, so that guests can access it for travel information and keep up with your wedding plans as well.
Another great reason to write a wedding invitation blog is if you are planning a destination wedding or if you expect mostly out of town guests. For a destination wedding, it is a great idea to upload photos of your wedding destination, as well as accommodation and activity information. For a wedding where you expect many out of town guests to attend, a wedding invitation blog can serve much the same purpose and showcase your area, wedding location, as well as provide practical travel details in an easily accessible format.
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By including links to travel information on your wedding blog, you can forego enclosing this information in your wedding invitation. This will ostensibly cut down on cost and postage - just don't forget to include your blog URL in the invitation with a note to guests regarding it.
Wedding Invitation Blog Tips and Ideas
A blog is not usually a one-sided journal, but an ongoing conversation. Invite your guests to comment and respond, creating a dialogue that keeps you engaged with your guests. You should also upload photos of you and your fiancé. You could display engagement photos, as well as photograph your planning trials and tribulations. Take photos of the wedding party trying on tuxes and dresses for your blog photo album. Include photos from your bridal shower so guests who were unable to attend can still enjoy seeing you.
Don't forget about short video clips. If you own a video camera and upload small scenes from various bridal events, your guests will feel included in the process.
If you are hosting a destination wedding, get guests excited by including beautiful photos from your destination. If you make a trip to both visit and finalize wedding plans, document this on your wedding invitation blog through photos and video clips. You might even succeed in convincing a few waffling guests to make their plans to attend.
Whether you go all out and include numerous photos and video clips or keep it simple with pertinent travel and wedding information, your guests will enjoy participating in your progress to the aisle, and your blog will give you an invaluable keepsake.
Find wedding invitations that not only match the theme of your wedding, but your wedding blog as well. Be inspired by the vast array of themes, colors, and styles that can make your wedding invitations as special as you and your fiancé.

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