Wedding Website


If you are planning on getting married soon you should open your own wedding website. Your wedding website will allow you to manage all of the details of your wedding. At the end of your wedding you can even have your very own wedding page to post all of your gorgeous wedding photos for all of your loved ones to see.

The wedding website will let you drag and drop the photos right into each slot you choose. The wedding website even allows you to add video clips from your wedding or wedding reception as well as music. Keep your song alive in the minds of your family and friends. Whenever they hear it, they will think of the beautiful couple.

With your own wedding website you can choose to have your own domain. You can use both of your names at .com. This will make it easy for the two of you and family and friends to remember.

You can let everyone know how your guy proposed or how your girl proposed.

Maybe it is a romantic story of the proposal or maybe it was a comedy of errors on how the proposal went. People like to read how one was proposed to. You can share any funny stories the two of you want known. You can even make up games for your friends to play while they are online. Share any after the wedding moments and/or post all of the happenings of your wedding reception to always have and read year after year.

Before the wedding even happens you will be able to plan your wedding online. You can keep track of the guest list. You and your spouse can easily double check the list so as not to forget anyone important to your wedding.

You will easily be able to send out e-mails to people to make sure they write the important date or dates on their calendar for your rehearsal dinner, wedding and wedding reception.

Plan your seating arrangement for your wedding dinner online as well.

Make sure you have your wedding party table arranged and your immediate family's table to your liking.

You can add your budget on the wedding website. Keep track of flower ordering, balloon ordering, cake ordering and more. You can make sure you do not spend more than you wanted to so you will not be shocked when the wedding bill comes.

Your Comfortable Wedding Shoes

If you ask a married woman if there is any one thing she would have done differently at her wedding, she is highly likely to say the following statement: "I wouldn't have done anything differently, expect maybe to have worn more comfortable shoes".

When planning a wedding outfit, style, beauty and originality tend to be the main concerns. However, by the end of a very long day, once the ceremony has taken place, once the speeches have been given and the dance is about to start, such high-minded concerns may seem of far lesser importance if your feet are eye-wateringly painful.

The good news is that you don't always have to sacrifice style for comfort, you just have to think things through carefully and put aside some time to break your shoes in.

Breaking shoes in can make the difference between complete enjoyment and happiness and contentment on your wedding day, and near complete happiness, marred only by a rather great discomfort.

Well made shoes don't have to feel like they're made of razor blades. If they do, it may well be because they don't fit properly. One of the first and most obvious points to make is that you should spend a good amount of time with a professional shoe fitter who will talk you through all the potential pitfalls in shoe buying.

One tip I can recommend, is to go to a very expensive shoe shop and ask to try on a few shoes. The people who work in these shops are hired to know what they are talking about. If they recommend a certain type of shoe that might be the best shape for your type of feet, take note of it. If you can't afford the shoes they are selling, you may well find a much cheaper version, that with a little bit of effort, will have come to you from an expensive expert.

Another thing to bear in mind is the possibility of choosing shoes that are specifically designed to look both comfortable and graceful: dance shoes. Have you ever wondered how some ballroom dancers seem able to practically run and do handstands in their high heels? Well, did you know that these high heels can feel as soft and bendable as toffee?

Dance shoes tend to have reasonably small heels, however. If you are thinking of wearing heels that are over two inches, you may have to opt for the "breaking in". The general consensus is that wearing the shoes indoors for an hour or two a day in the months running up to the wedding is the best way to wear them in without actually wearing them out.