Bryan and Robyn’s site is our featured WeddingWindow.com wedding website of the week. Robyn is also one of our fabulously talented Guest Bride/Grooms Bloggers. If you’re not already following her, you’ll definitely want to check out all her great ideas. Bryan and Robyn’s site is a beautiful example of great photography coupled with gorgeous colors to create one amazing and unique wedding website. Congratulations Bryan and Robyn!
WeddingWindow.com Website Design: “Celebrity”
1. How has your website been most helpful in planning your wedding?
I can not begin to tell you how helpful our wedding website has been! We both had family from all over the United States and all we had to do was refer them to our website and everything they ever wanted to know about the wedding was in one place! We could not have planned this wedding without Wedding Window!!!
2. How did you customize your website?
The customizing of the website has been a blast! We have had three different styles during our engagement, planning and wedding. Each style fit the place we were in at the time and really helped to keep friends and family coming back for more!
3. Did you customize other elements of your wedding as well? If so, what were they?
We customized almost every element of our wedding. We threw tradition out the window (no pun intended) and went with the things that really mattered to us. We did not have a lighting of the Unity Candle, but instead we opted for a Sand Ceremony which my mother-in-law collects different sand from all over the world and it is something that she holds dear to her heart. We also decided against tossing the bouquet. Instead of tossing the bouquet, I opted for a direct hand off to my maid of honor with a note waiting at her chair. We really made our wedding our own!
4. What was your favorite feature?
The Address Book was definitely our favorite feature!!! I could not imagine how painful it would have been to try and collect all our family and friends mailing addresses without the Address Book feature! All we had to do was export the list into Excel and Sort!!! Loved it!!!