Wedding Ideas

The State of Wedding Registries in 2018

Honeymoon Registries

Wondering what in the world to make of all these new registry options?
We break it down for you so you’ll know in just a few seconds where to spend your valuable time!

Best Honeymoon/Experience Registry: Honeyfund

It’s 2018 and let’s face it — you’ve got more than enough stuff. Honeyfund’s honeymoon registry (since 2005) combines zero-to-low fees, best page design tools, awesome added features like gift card, universal registry and store registry linking into a one-stop solution. It’s a no brainer if you LOVE travel.


Best Registry App: Zola

It’s like Tindr for your wedding registry. Swipe to register for high-end products from the comfort of your phone!


Best Store Registry: Bed, Bath and Beyond.

If you insist on walking into a store, Bed, Bath and Beyond is more fun and less stuffy than a traditional department store. They have so many gadgets it’ll make your head spin! Plus traditional china, silver, and homewares you may need to upgrade.


Best Everything Registry: Amazon

Amazon’s registry lets you register for anything that can come in an Amazon box and there are always great product promotions and completion discounts.

NEW: Gift Card Registry at Honeyfund

Thinking of making everyone’s life easier and just rocking some gift cards? Sign up for Honeyfund and you can register for popular gift cards from travel, retail, dining, and entertainment brands in a few minutes. No fees!


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How to Involve Your Bridesmaids and Make Your Wedding Much Easier

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Your wedding will probably be the biggest event you have to organize in your entire life. Even if you have a planner giving you a hand, there are still so many decisions that need to be made: flowers, food, clothes, venue… the list really does go on forever.


But luckily for you, you have a small group of your most faithful girlfriends to help you out. Your bridesmaids are indispensable both in the run up to your wedding and on the day. They can be there for you when you most need them and join in making this day the most beautiful day of your life. It’s not just about the love between you and your fiance, it’s about friendship too.

Choosing Your Dresses

Your wedding dress, like the wedding itself, is going to be a large expense so picking out the right one is a job for many. Together with your bridesmaids, you can make a full day of bridal fittings with prosecco and snacks too (this isn’t just shopping after all!). As you try on different styles and figure out what you want, you girls will be there to give their honest opinions and help you decide which one is for you. You’ll know it’s right when everyone gets a bit teary-eyed.


Of course, you will need to fit for bridesmaid dresses too. While traditional weddings tend to include lots of identical bridesmaid dresses, more modern fashion acknowledges that since women tend to have very different body shapes, it’s better to go for different dresses. You can tie the theme together though by using the same coloured fabrics or simply modifying each dress to make sure it suits it’s wearer.

The Bachelorette Party

The bachelorette party has gone through a wide range of transitions over the years but it seems that own we are in 2018, the priority isn’t to follow a fashion at all but be true to your own ideas. The main point of the bachelorette or hen do is to spend some time with your bridesmaids just having fun. For some brides this will mean a night out on the town, for others it might be a classy meal all dressed up and drinking prosecco.

On the Day

Your wedding day is going to be wonderful and crazy all at the same time and as you are at the centre of attention, you will need a lot of help with the behind the scenes action. This is where your bridesmaids come in. Getting ready together will help you to stay calm and put your dress on properly and having a friend who can touch up your make-up is truly invaluable.


At the after party, your bridesmaids will really come into their own though. They can help show your friends and family to the right seats for the wedding breakfast, help you with your dress as you try to navigate the ladies’ later on and figure out a system for getting all your gifts back in one piece.

It’s More Than Just an Engagement Ring!

What Your Engagement Ring Shape Says About You


We all know that diamonds symbolize more than romance. But did you know each diamond shape has its own meaning? See below for some expert advice from Julie Martin, founder and designer at Scout Mandolin.

First, you should definitely know there’s a big difference between the shape of a diamond and its cut. While the shape can be pretty much anything and determines the actual contour the stone takes (e.g. there are round diamonds, heart-shaped diamonds, etc.), the cut determines the way in which the diamond was shaped to reflect the light and its shape (which can actually affect the diamond’s capacity to reflect light). Therefore, the more intricately cut a diamond, the more valuable it is. What are the main differences among various types of engagement ring shapes and cuts? Even more, what is their significance? Here are the top ten diamond shapes and what they say about the wearer:


  1. Round

The most recognized shape when people think about diamonds. Besides a flattering fit, round brilliant cuts have the best overall brilliance. They speak to timeless elegance and beautiful simplicity. Wearers of this shape are honest, faithful, trustworthy and empathetic. 


     2. Oval

Similar to the round brilliant cut, an oval diamond features a different length-to-width ratio, therefore creating an elongated outline. This shape creates the illusion of a slender looking finger and is popular with people who have smaller hands. If you appreciate tradition with a twist of creativity, there is no better choice for you than the Oval shape. Wearers of this shape are elegant, risk-takers and embrace individuality. 

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     3. Princess

The Princess cut is a very popular cut as they tend to be extravagant and very shiny. Perfect for a woman who enjoys being in the limelight and being admired. Wearers of this shape are organized, bold, sensible and fun-loving.



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4. Emerald


Easily recognizable by their large surfaces, Emerald-shaped diamonds are rectangular diamonds with beveled corners. Their pavilion, made of successive step facets creates a remarkably elegant look. Wearers of this shape are classy, confident, charming and straightforward. Emerald Cut diamonds are very suitable for someone in love with old-school elegance brought into the new century. 

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     5. Asscher

Similar to the Emerald cut, the Asscher shape has a vintage appeal with a square appearance. Wearers of this shape are authoritative, feminine, and meticulous. If you are into vintage style, enjoy anything related to Marie Antoinette, the Asscher shape is the best one for you.


     6. Marquise

With its opulent and extravagant appearance, a marquise diamond maximizes its carat weight for a high spread factor. Meaning, it offers great finger coverage even if you buy a smaller diamond as their shape is meant to make the stone appear larger than it is. Wearers of this shape are daring, stylish, innovative, and full of zest. If status and wealth are important to you, you must choose the Marquise shape.


  7. Radiant

Radiant cuts are a mixture of round cut diamonds and princess cut diamonds. They are found beyond rings and in jewelry including earrings, rings and pendants. Wearers of this shape are flirty, sentimental, highly adaptable and a trend-setter. Those always ready for the next party and eager to live new experiences will prefer the Radiant shape.


       8. Pear

With a sexy rounded edge and a smooth taper near the tip, pear diamonds have distinctly refined flavors to them. Like the marquise diamond, pear diamonds can make the fingers appear longer and more feminine. Wearers of this shape are romantic, passionate, adventurous and known to have exquisite taste. If you are sensitive, but able to be strong when necessary, you may give preference to the Pear shape.








   9. Heart

Heart shaped diamonds provide a dominant characteristic that comes through best when they are used separately as a solitaire or surrounded with significantly smaller accent stones. They are crafted to resemble the universal symbol of love. For romantics, this is the best diamond shape for an engagement ring. Wearers of this shape are feminine, emotional, thoughtful, affectionate and sensitive. If you know each line of “The Notebook,” the Heart shape is for you.

   10. Cushion

Also known as the pillow cut, cushion-cut diamonds have a similar appearance to radiant cut diamonds. With its classic appeal and the increasing demand for vintage styled jewelry, cushion cuts gained a lot of popularity in the consumer market. Wearers of this shape are kind, traditional and family-orientated.

Of course, diamonds are absolutely breathtaking regardless of their cut, shape, carats, or clarity. In the end, they are all symbols of strength and beauty – and what words would be more suitable for a magical love story, such as yours?


Tips For Buying The Perfect Ring For Him and Her

Wedded CouplePhoto By Brittany K from Classic Photographers

Wedding rings have always been a symbol of everlasting and eternal love. Women have worn wedding rings to symbolize their status as a married woman. These rings have always been a personal choice and a matter of significant prestige.

During the Second World War, soldiers deployed abroad began the practice of wearing wedding bands to remind them of their wives back home. It also helped them remember why they had to fight hard to survive in war-torn situations. This trend stuck around, and men today wear it as a reminder of the love and commitment towards their partners.

Today, most cultures around the world have adopted the practice of wearing wedding bands to symbolize wedded bliss.

Let us look at a few tips for selecting the best ring for couples.


Men and women are very choosy about metals they like. While some might like gold and silver, others might prefer platinum and titanium. The most common choices in metals for wedding bands are platinum, white and yellow gold.

Rose gold is a popular choice for women. However, most men prefer platinum since it is neutral (in a white shade) and is hypoallergenic. Another plus point to platinum is that it is highly dense and durable. This makes it a perfect choice for men. Yellow gold is the traditional choice for classic wedding rings, and most couples still enjoy following this tradition.



Engagement rings for women are mostly set in metal with a precious stone or diamond. As such, engagement rings can be expensive. Wedding rings, on the other hand, need not be so costly. Depending on the design, style, metal, and stone used, the price of rings may vary. Setting a realistic budget for wedding rings is a must.

Many men prefer subtle rings without stones. Women, on the other hand, might prefer flashy rings or rings that complement the engagement ring. Whatever the choice of rings, setting a budget beforehand is a great way to finalize the wedding rings in time.



Some couples lead active lifestyles while some prefer sedentary ones. If the groom has a job that requires the use of the hands, labor, or lifts heavy weights in the gym, then opt for rings of palladium, platinum, tungsten, and titanium. These metals are the most durable ones and will not wear down quickly. Another popular choice in durable metal is stainless silver as it can withstand a significant amount of punishment.

Women who work in labor-intensive roles should also opt for similar metals. However, women who work in kitchens, cook, and swim, can choose metals like yellow gold, rose gold, and white gold.


A difference in design:

Many couples like to maintain their individuality throughout their lives. As such, wedding rings for him and her can be different. If the bride and groom like different metals and are willing to compromise, then intertwined bands of the metals can be a good option for wedding bands. Braided designs for wedding rings are increasing in popularity since they embody elegance, perfection, and adjustment with each other.

Let the jeweler know in advance that there will be two or more metals used in the wedding rings and the designs or patterns you like. This will help narrow down your choices quicker.



Grooms usually don’t bother about maintenance of rings, but brides have a habit of asking about ring-support. If the wedding band has stones or diamonds, there will be a maintenance cost attached to the rings.

The couple will need to get their rings checked over and cleaned at least twice a year in order to keep them shiny and sparkly. This also gives the jeweler a chance to reset the stones in case some are loose. Another advantage is that couples can easily resize their rings for ease and comfort at a later date.


Selecting wedding rings for ‘him and her’ isn’t rocket science. Selection should be made with love, attention to detail, and a little planning. Pay attention to the quality and grade of metal and stones used, and you should be fine.

What to Pack in Your Emergency Wedding-Day Kit

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When planning your wedding, there is a lot of thought and work that goes into planning every last detail. From appetizer choices to speciality cocktails, centerpieces and the timing of your cocktail hour, there are many items to cross off your checklist. Even when you think everything is taken care of, there are still small things that can pop up, which is why we encourage you to have an emergency wedding-day kit, holding all of the essentials you might need to prep yourself for saying “I do.”


  1. Nails: Nail file, nail polish match, clear coat

Whether you’re getting acrylic nails, a gel manicure or just keeping your nails natural, make sure you have a couple of nail accessories on hand. A good nail file is essential for jagged edges or broken tips. If you’re wearing a color, get an extra bottle of nail polish in the same (or similar color) in case of a chip. And of course, a bottle of clear coat is perfect for fixing any scratches.


  1. Hair: Hair spray, bobby pins, small scissors

Your hair stylist will likely be with you the day of your wedding, but in case you get your hair done at the salon and then head solo to your venue, make sure you have some backup accessories on hand for any hair mishaps. Grab extra strong hairspray for flyaways, bobby pins for loose strands and small scissors (eyebrow scissors work great!) for any uneven strands that need a quick trim.


  1. Skin: Lip balm, Blistex, Vaseline, body wipes

In prep for your first kiss as a married couple, make sure your lips are moisturized and cold sore-free with lip balm and Blistex. You’d be shocked at how many uses there are for Vaseline. It’s great for dry, cracked skin, broken cuticles, irritated areas of your feet from tight shoes, removing makeup and so much more. Also look into getting some body wipes for a quick refresher before getting dressed. You’re likely going to be sweating with all of the excitement, so make sure you’re ready to combat any stress-related sweat!


  1. Wardrobe: Needle and thread, stain stick, tape, strapless bra

Even after tons of fittings and tryons, wardrobe issues do happen. Stay prepared for anything with needle and thread to handle any snags or tears. This is when the the the scissors will come in handy again too! Keep a stain stick on hand for any spills, too. Consider tape to keep everything in place as you slip into your dress and get ready to walk down the aisle, along with a perfect-fitting strapless bra to make sure you’re not tugging your dress throughout the night.  


  1. Other: First aid kit, mints, crackers, feminine hygiene products

Bandaids should definitely be on hand, and a mini first aid kit is a must for unexpected scrapes or accidents. Mints and crackers are also a good idea for fresh breath and a calm stomach. Other miscellaneous products to consider are feminine hygiene products. Although you might not be expecting your cycle to start, stress can cause your body to switch things up, so it’s best to be prepared for anything!


With the right essentials on hand, you’re going to feel that much more confident going into your big day. The less you have to stress, the more you’ll be able to focus on celebrating with loved ones, which is truly what’s most important!


Whether it’s for your own day or you’re attending a wedding soon, keep in touch with the WeddingVibe blog for tons of wedding-related ideas!

Buying A Wedding Band For The Groom

Should I buy a wedding band for the groom?

Mens Band

When it comes to Mens Wedding Rings, you might be thinking to yourself of getting something of high quality, because you cherish him. This is totally fine, and this is what my wife thought to herself when buying my ring.


In order to make sure I liked the ring, she had me pick it out. However, some men are not so much interested IN the ring, as they are to be with YOU. Men like style, simplicity, and cheap.
The majority of men like cheap rings because they would feel way bad if they scratched, damaged, or lost their ring for any reason. Like putting his hand in a bucket of hot oil. (Yes, I lost a ring in a bucket of hot oil, and 2nd time boating at a lake)


My wife paid a hefty charge for a ring. It was silver, and I just loved the grooved designs. We ended up getting the ring at a wedding venue that had multiple vendors. She was in a tight spot and didn’t have much money, but because she loved me, she said she was willing to spend the money (Stated after we got married). I felt bad even having her pay for it.


Some couples don’t have the money to spend on rings, but if you do just remember it’s not ALL about the ring, It’s about your commitment. Even though I have my own Men’s ring online business, I still recommend that 99% do not spend more then 200 – 400 dollars on a men’s ring, unless he is very picky and cares too much about the ring (This is a good personality & life experience test).


Okay, so what did I do after loosing my ring? Well, I thought I bought an extra loss protection warranty from the jeweler, but after loosing my ring it became hectic trying to get a replacement. It even took them 3 weeks just to get it in the mail after calling about the replacement costs. Lets just say the customer experience was negative.


Now, not all ring buying experiences are going to be negative. Actually, this is what sparked my interest in starting my own business, because I had plenty of customer service and business experience. I thought, “How could a company like this start, or stay in business”?


My goal when starting OneCharmingEvent was to focus on customer service, and helping customers with their 2nd or 3rd time, if they lost the original ring. I have a goal to dramatically drop the price, so I don’t make any money, but now the customer is happy. This is the secret to Business, “Customer Service!”. If the Jeweler I bought my ring from said to only cover the costs for the ring… I would literally go out of my way to refer this company on my social media, and/or relatives. Heck, I would buy all my stuff from the same company if they sold more.


Now, I strive to grow as a local small business. I invite you to visit my online store at… Now I have decided to cut my prices to accommodate you as a customer. I sell the same rings for a fraction of the cost my jeweler had us pay. I am looking for your business and lifetime devotion.


We sell Tungsten, Titanium, Silicone, & lots more! I will have to write more about the benefits and negatives of each type.
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I hope you enjoyed this post, and please don’t forget to refer anyone you know to
Signed, Cody Limb

Should You Ditch The Stress And Elope?

Eloping always seems like such an amazing idea when you are in the throes of wedding planning. It can be stressful to try and coordinate families for a day of fun and merriment, and your wedding is probably the most exciting and yet most stressful day that you will ever have. Some couples decide to throw in the towel when it comes to wedding planning and just go abroad for their big day. The biggest issue about that though, is that couples want their family to be there to witness the biggest day of their lives, even if they are a total pain to deal with.

You could decide to check out for wedding package ideas before you make your final choice, but it’s important to remember that you could always have a reception at home for the family who cannot make the day itself. That way, everyone gets to celebrate with you in some way or another. The important thing to remember is that this is your big day; not your mother’s, not your grandparents, yours. It’s up to you how you want to spend it or organize it and no one should ever make you feel bad for those choices. So, what are the pros and cons of ditching the wedding planning stress and running abroad?

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  • The new location adds an exotic magic to your day. It doesn’t matter whether you are in the snowy mountains or the sunny beach; the entire sensory outdoor experience will change your life.
  • A destination wedding is often less expensive, as a package deal comes with a built-in location for honeymoon. You also get a planner on your side who is working only for you within that package to help your day come together.
  • You can invite a more intimate guest list, meaning that all those extended family you would have felt obligated to invite will no longer feature.
  • You have the choice to elope, just the two of you and not tell a soul until you get back.
  • A travel agent can organise the whole thing – how relaxing is that?!

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  • If you are a homebody who wants their whole family there, that may not be a possibility.
  • You could cause some family upset and it’s very likely people will get offended at not receiving an invitation to your big day.
  • You may not get as much control over the whole day as you would at home, which can be frightening for the control freaks out there.
  • You could regret not having the huge day you dreamed of as a child.
  • A wedding abroad plus a reception at home can be costly.
  • You can’t guarantee the sun, even in an exotic climate.

Ultimately, you have to be comfortable with the decision that you made for your big day. If you’d regret it in any way, then it’s best not to put the money out for a wedding abroad. Take your time, plan it right and you can have a dream day.

Five Qualities of a Perfect Wedding

If you are currently planning your wedding, you might want to make it become the event of the century. While you are not likely to make it to the headlines of the national papers, you can ensure that it is memorable not only for you, but also your guests. If you don’t want to settle for less than perfect, keep the below goals in mind, and you have a chance to create the best memories possible.

1. Your Guests Feel Appreciated

While your wedding day is your event, and is all about your loved one and yourself, it is important to note that your guests are equally important. You have to make them feel special when you invite them, and create stunning invitations that are personalized. Inviting more people than necessary, just to make up the numbers is not a good idea, as some of your guests will feel like they are outsiders.

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2. Everyone Admires Your Taste

After a successful wedding, you can expect compliments to be made about your taste of selecting a special design from 77 Diamonds engagement rings, the quality of entertainment, the style of your dress, the venue, and the decorations. You want to make sure that everyone feels welcome and looked after, and they are having a great time, and they will start noticing the small details that make a big difference.

3. You Can Talk to Everyone

Your guest list will determine how the conversation will flow among your guests. You don’t want to be looking around and seeing strange faces on your own wedding. Limit the number of guests to people you know plus their family members, so you can mix with the crowd and have something to talk about with everybody. A successful wedding will strengthen friendships and family bonds.

4. Your Bridesmaids are Organized and Professional

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Your bridesmaids are more important than you would imagine. They will interact with friends and represent you. They need to look professional and organized, and you don’t want them to be flirting with men who came with their other half. Check that they understand what the job involves, and make sure one of  them is always in charge of small children, elderly guests, caterers, and photographers.

5. You Look After Your Guests and Consider Their Needs

When organizing your wedding, you need to ask your guests the right questions. Some of them might have special dietary needs, while elderly people will need help getting around. You don’t want guests leaving hungry just because they are gluten free and there is nothing on the menu they can eat, or an elderly relative struggling to get in as you don’t have a disabled ramp installed.


Arranging your dream wedding can be challenging. Talk to your bridesmaids, to make sure they are in charge, and create a wedding that is friendly, welcoming, and suitable for everyone. You might be focusing too much on your dress and the reception venue, instead of finding out about the special needs and requirements of your guests. To make the day memorable, make sure you start planning on time.


Perfect Planning for Wonderful Weddings

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When planning the perfect wedding, there is so much to think about, and sometimes the little things are often overlooked. To prepare the perfect celebration, use this comprehensive wedding checklist, with a timeline based on the 16-month length of the average engagement.


Sixteen to Nine Months Before

Determine your budget.


Start the guest list. As soon as you that ring is on your finger,  everyone will be wondering who is in!


Reserve your date and venues. Decide whether you’re looking for an intimate place or something on a grander scale such as


Book your officiant.


Research photographers, bands, florists, and caterers.


Eight Months Before

Hire your photographer and videographer.


If your wedding venue doesn’t offer a catering service, look for caterers now.


Choose your dress, scheduling time for at least three fittings.


Seven to Six Months Before

Select and purchase invitations. Hire a calligrapher, if desired. Pick an invitation which fits your theme such as pocketfold style wedding invitations for a chic wedding, floral wedding invitations for a rustic country style.


Plan your honeymoon, if you are going to take one. Make sure that passports are valid, and check for visa requirements depending on location. Be sure to schedule doctors’ appointments for any shots you may need.


Shop for bridesmaids’ dresses. Allow at least six months for the dresses to be ordered and sized.

Meet with the officiant. Map out the ceremony and confirm that you have all the official documents for the wedding (these vary by county and religion).


Send save-the-date cards.


Book a florist.


Arrange transportation. Are you going for a limo? Perhaps something a little more quirky.


Five to Four Months Before

Ask the stationer for samples of the finished wedding invitations.


Select and order the cake. Some bakers require a long lead time.


Purchase wedding shoes and start dress fittings. Bring your shoes along to your first fitting.

Schedule hair and makeup artists.


Three Months Before

Finalise your menu and flowers. Both food and flowers are affected by seasons, so you will need to know which works for the date you are getting married.


Choose the readings and determine who you would like read at the ceremony.


Finalize the order of the ceremony and the reception.


Buy the rings. This allows for plenty for time for resizing and engraving.


Two Months Before

Post your invitations six to eight weeks before the day, setting the RSVP cutoff at three weeks after the postmark date.


One Month Before

Record RSVPs. Phone people who have not yet responded.

Visit the dressmaker for your last dress fitting.  You may want to schedule a fitting the week of your wedding.

Confirm times for hair and makeup.

Assign seating. Draw out table shapes on a layout of the room to help plan place settings.

Purchase bridesmaids’ gifts.


Week of the Wedding

Delegate small wedding-day tasks. Choose someone to bustle your dress, someone to carry your things, someone to be in charge of gifts. This may be the best man or chief bridesmaid.

Book a spa treatment. Make an appointment for a manicure and a pedicure the day before the wedding.

Send the final guest list to the caterer and all venues hosting your wedding-related events.


After all the planning is over and done, it’s time to relax and enjoy your big day. One final reminder – don’t forget to breathe!


How To Enhance Your Wedding Guests Experience!

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One of the most important goals for many engaged couples is to make sure their wedding guests, family and friends, have an amazing experience at their wedding events.  Historically, wedding etiquette has relied on communication that requires wedding guests to do something…


  • Carry around a paper wedding invitation,
  • Keep track of a wedding itinerary that you had printed for them,
  • Snail mail the RSVP card back,


Sadly, over 50% of guests lose or misplace your gorgeous printed information, resulting in confused guests calling or texting you for key wedding information. Similarly, guests are unreliable in returning RSVP cards by your requested deadline, requiring double the work on your part to confirm your guest list.


An initial attempt at solving this problem was the introduction of wedding websites and wedding apps! While these may serve some useful purposes, they fall short at being an efficient and easy way for you and your guests to communicate. These tools rely on your guests to take committed action steps – downloading an app or remembering and checking your wedding website – which many guests are unable or unwilling to do.


Over reliance on traditional forms of wedding communication leaves room for errors, worry and headache for you during your wedding planning experience AND wedding weekend! At Wedding Vibe, one of our ultimate goals is to ensure you and your guests have the most memorable and amazing wedding experience. One of the best ways to do that is by using WedTexts. That’s why we have recently partnered with them!


WedTexts is the only form of wedding communication that is effortless for your wedding guests! And because it is effortless for your guests it enhances their experience and reduces your stress leading up to your big day.  


So what is WedTexts?

WedTexts is a communication tool that allows engaged couples (you) to easily communicate all their (your) wedding details to their (your) guests via pre-scheduled text messages.  


Couples use it to complement the traditional wedding communication (invitations and wedding websites) or use WedTexts to save money (and the environment) by only using WedTexts for all their wedding communication, including text wedding invitations.   


Watch this short 2 minute video to see WebTexts in action!.  


You may be thinking I can text from my phone. Why do I need WedTexts?

The short answer is to enhance your guest experience and reduce your wedding planning stress.  Visit this page to see how WedTexts compares to texting from your phone.


Wedding Vibe Special Offer

Knowing the pitfalls of relying solely on traditional wedding communication we have partnered with WedTexts to provide Wedding Vibe customers the opportunity to win a FREE WedTexts account each month!  For your chance to win visit this web page and sign up for a complimentary account to test WedTexts.  


Getting married soon?  

If you purchase a WedTexts package and you become the lucky winner, WedTexts will refund your purchase!  So get started enhancing your guests experience (and reducing your stress) today with WedTexts.


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