Creatable Wedding Web Page Introduced For Brides Seeking Nostalgia and Wedding Help

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As the wedding season approaches, American brides have the opportunity to build a wedding web page and save it for future generations. WeddingMuseum.com recently introduced a creatable web page giving brides the ability to keep guests informed about their wedding day. The page also features RSVP tracking and guest book comments. After the wedding is over, brides have the option to archive their web page to view any time in the future.

Brides across America plan their weddings on the Internet at a growing rate. WeddingMuseum.com recently introduced a complimentary wedding web page created by brides to help them share memories and plan their special day. This user-friendly page gives brides the ability to keep guests informed about their wedding day details from locations to directions. The wedding page also features interaction with family and friends though online RSVP tracking and guest book comments.

Once on WeddingMuseum.com, brides can register for an account with the most personal information required being a valid email address. Once registration is complete, brides can create, view, edit, and delete their web page. In the creation process, brides can select the colors of the page, choose which online bridal registries to list, upload a picture, list the bridal party and select a short lyric from a song to show on the page. Brides can also give visitors stories about what they are doing now, how they met and the proposal.

Features of the wedding web page include a guest book. Friends and family of the bride and groom can visit the page and give their well-wishing comments for the bridal couple. When the comments are submitted, they can immediately be seen on the web page. RSVPs can be sent on the page to the bride just for her to view. Driving directions are made easier though a quick reference provided by an online map website.

The control panel gives brides access to other planning tools. A wedding budget can be saved and edited as expenses are estimated and paid. Personal notes, or to-dos, can be typed in the notepad section. This allows brides to edit their lists as items are completed. In addition, once the wedding is over, if a bride chooses not to delete the web page, it will be archived on WeddingMuseum.com for future generations to refer back to and share memories.    

WeddingMuseum.com is an online wedding planning website. WeddingMuseum.com also offers local vendor listings and other wedding tools and ideas from planning articles to music suggestions. For more information contact WeddingMuseum.com via email or by visiting their website; http://www.weddingmuseum.com.

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