San Jose, California (PRWEB) April 4, 2007
WedShare.com (http://www.wedshare.com) is announcing their latest addition to a service that lets tech-savvy and Internet novices alike create their own personal wedding website. According to WedShare.com, these features have yet to be seen and will make a website come to life like never before.
With a single click, couples can now turn their 2-dimensional online pictures into scrapbook-quality images that curl and bend like a real photograph. These are effects that even an Adobe Photoshop guru would find challenging to emulate. Additional options include adding "handwritten" notes to the photos, tilting them in various ways, and even stacking them in true scrapbook style.
What does this mean to the engaged couple, beyond a beautiful showcase? According to WedShare.com, it's another way that the busy couple, who often don't have the time or know-how to do such digital wizardry themselves, can quickly and easily create a professional online showcase of their big day that will wow their family and friends.
The popularity of wedding websites is increasing rapidly, and with good reason. The convenience offered to an engaged couple, their friends, and their family, is often never realized until the newlyweds-to-be actually have one going for them. With easy to find gift registries, maps, directions, online RSVPs, and even guest address books that build and update themselves, a wedding website can save time, hassle, and make the planning experience a lot more fun.
"I can't imagine keeping all this organized without my personal website," says bride-to-be and WedShare.com customer Kristen of New York City. "And I have family and friends in three different countries. This keeps everyone in touch, and the savings I've had in phone bills alone is a godsend."
According to WedShare.com, even if couples are aware of the huge benefit that this new trend has to offer to their planning, they may not look further because they feel they wouldn't be able to make it happen on the technical level.
"77% of engaged couples today use the Internet to help plan their wedding," says WedShare.com CEO Crystal Melendez. "Yet, just 34% have a wedding website. We've found that couples either don't know such a tool exists, or they're afraid that they aren't technically-savvy enough to create their own."
Features like WedShare.com's brand new photo editing options, that allow online imagery to come to life with a single click, is just one of the many features this service is offering to help even the most novice web user create a dot-com for their own big day, live on the Internet in just minutes.
Visit http://www.wedshare.com to learn more.
WedShare.com was founded in 2004 by Crystal and Jason Melendez, online wedding planning experts, married couple, and authors of "e-Plan Your Wedding: How to Save Time and Money with Today's Best Online Resources." Since its founding, WedShare.com has become a leading planning resource and top personal wedding website provider. The company is based in California's Silicon Valley and has an international client base that stretches across the globe. Its goal is to enable anyone to create their own unique and personal website, and to use the latest technology to streamline the many planning details with ease and confidence.
Name: Crystal Melendez
Address: 123 E. San Carlos St. #113
City: San Jose