If you’ve already set the date and are getting ready to send out your “save the date” cards why not add your very own wedding website address to the cards.


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Setting up a wedding website is a great way to keep all your guests up to date with all the wedding gossip as well as deal with practical matters such as car parking and directions, hotel booking info, lift-sharing facility and RSVPs. You can manage your guest list online with food options and table planning if you wish as well as polls and surveys about certain aspects of your wedding day including favourite song choices etc.

What’s more it’s free to set up and you can also help everyone get to know your bridal party through profile updates and links with social networking sites meaning once it gets to wedding day there’ll be no unfamiliar faces in suits telling your nearest and dearest where to sit!

Check out Sarah and Thomas’s example and see if it’s for you!


I need to cut up my credit card because I’ve found a website where I might just spend a fortune. Stella & Dot are a really unique jewellery shop and have a fantastic range of products for your wedding day (and if you’re like me any other occasion!). The Stella and Dot collections are designed by an in-house team over in New York. Fear not though as us English girls have a few ways to buy, either online or through trunk shows. The trunk shows give you a chance to view the collections and have a fun girls night to boot, all with a local Stella & Dot stylist. Here are just two of our favourite pieces but there’s loads more to choose from. Plus it might just set you on a new career path as you can find out more about launching your own business as a Stella & Dot Stylist!

Chantilly Lace Cuff, £85 and matching earings £40

Sofia Pearl Bib Necklace, £95