You’ve probably already heard a ton of tips about your wedding website; the colors you should use, the pictures you should include, etc. These 3 tips are a little bit different but could end up being even more important!
Public Information – You should treat your wedding website the same way you’d treat any other public forum, like Facebook, Twitter, etc. You never know who is going to stumble across your site, so make sure that anything you post is something you wouldn’t mind strangers or anyone else seeing. Be careful posting personal things like your address or phone number, or any other personal details.
Your Wedding Party – Ask your wedding party for permission before posting anything about them – including their names, what places they’ll hold in your wedding party, etc. Most probably won’t mind, but it’s better to be safe and ask!
Venue Location – Finally, it’s important to use caution when posting about your wedding venue and the times and location. Posting where you’ll be at any given time can be dangerous. Unless you have the ability to make your page visible only to those who will be there, be very cautious about posting this kind of information.
Keep these tips in mind when you begin creating your wedding website. While the chances of anything bad happening are slim, it’s best to err on the side of caution.