What should I put on my wedding website for my FAQ?
Please keep reading to find out what we recommend you include on your wedding website FAQ and why.
- Where is your wedding taking place?
- How do they get to the wedding venue?
- What is the timeline for the day?
- What is the dress code?
- Where is your gift registry?
- How do they RSVP?
- Are their kids welcome?
What should be included in a wedding FAQ?
Questions for your wedding website FAQ:
- What should I wear?
- What will the weather be like this time of year?
- Where are the ceremony and the reception taking place?
- Will the ceremony and reception be indoors or outdoors?
- What happens after the ceremony?
- Does your wedding have a theme?
How do I inquire my wedding venue?
Questions to ask your wedding venue
- Is the venue available on the date you need it?
- How many guests can the banquet room accommodate?
- What are their wedding packages and what is included?
- What other events are going on at the venue on the same day?
Can I bring a plus one to a wedding FAQ?
Your wedding party generally gets a pass to bring a plus one, regardless of their relationship statuses. If you get a few people who RSVP “no,” this can open up your guest list to allow a few extra people. If you don’t have a dedicated B-list, you can allow a few extra plus ones.
What should I ask wedding vendors?
Questions to Ask Your Wedding Venue
- Is our wedding date available?
- Will there be any other weddings or events booked on the same day?
- How much is the deposit?
- Are there any other fees not included in the cost?
- When do we need the final head count / what is the last possible date for any changes?
What is the perfect wedding date?
The 20th and 21st of the month on every day of 2021 are wonderful wedding days. The same goes for the 1st and 2nd of the month if you want to round out your wedding anniversary numbers. This year there is a Friday the 13th in August, which some couples choose for extra kicks.
Is it OK to attend a wedding alone?
In fact, going to a wedding solo means is that you are perfectly normal and doing something everyone does at some point, whether they are in a relationship or not: going to a wedding without a date. Nobody tells you how common this is, until you start getting invited to weddings.
What should be included in a wedding venue contract?
See the basic points that every venue agreement should cover, below.
- Name and Contact Information (for You and the Venue)
- Date and Time Frame of Your Reception.
- Exact Names of Specific Room(s) to be Used.
- Detailed Description of Your Reception Space.
- Time Pros Will be Able to Set Up.
Who should come to the rehearsal dinner?
Your immediate families, the bridal party (including the parents of the flower girl and ring bearer, even if they’re not in the wedding), any ceremony readers, and your officiant (plus his or her spouse, if married) should always be invited to the rehearsal dinner.
How long does it take to find a wedding venue?
Call or email your potential venues to set up an official visit. Your tour could take anywhere from 30 minutes to 3 hours, depending on who you’re meeting with (just a sales manager, for example, or a sales manager, property manager, on-site wedding coordinator and catering manager) and how big the property is.
What questions should you ask your wedding venue?
But before you head out on your tours, there are some questions you should ask your wedding venue. While it’s important to actually see the venue in-person, there are important things to ask about for planning purposes. For example, you want to make sure there’s enough parking if your guests are driving in for the occasion.
Should you host a destination wedding?
If the wedding is in your hometown or a city that’s easy to travel to, that shouldn’t be an issue, but if you’re hosting a destination wedding in a far-off location, you’ll have to accept that elderly guests or those who may have trouble traveling won’t be able to attend. 4. What’s the capacity?
Should I choose a venue or guest count for my wedding?
If you love the space but it only fits 75 comfortably, and your guest list is looking more like 200 (plus all your pros!), you have to decide if having the venue or your guest count is more important to you. What’s the walking/driving distance from the ceremony location?