When you’re planning a wedding there’s so much to do. The venue, the dress, the photographer (of course) and everything else associated with your big day.
There’s also the problem of letting everyone know how things are going. Invitations and RSVPs. Details of the venue and directions for those who don’t live locally. Where to stay. Information about the Hen Night and the Stag Night (well, not too much information!).
You want to share your engagement photographs. You want people to be involved.
Sure, you can use email, Facebook or even Twitter, but what about having your own personal wedding website?
Sounds like a great idea? But you don’t have the time (or the inclination) to set one up? No problem. My friends over at The Wedding Community have got it covered for you. Lots of lovely templates for you to choose from. And the best bit? It’s totally free! Check it out now in their wedding planning tools section, where you’ll also find lots of useful information to help you plan the big day!
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Ian is one of Dorset’s leading wedding photographers. Based in Bournemouth and with over 20 years of experience photographing weddings across Dorset and Hampshire, Ian’s the perfect choice for couples who want unobtrusive, discreet wedding photography that captures the emotions of their special day. Read more about his own personal style of documentary wedding photography on this website.
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