New Wedding Trend: Couples Buying Personal Domains for their Free Wedding Websites

While companies like TheKnot, WeddingWire, and many others offer free, template websites to their newly engaged couples wanting to announce it online, there's a new trend popping up among those shiny diamond rings. Couples are buying personal domains to forward to their free website, and listing it on their invitations.

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FYNE Domains - Milwaukee, WI

It's really a unique way to keep it short and sweet on the invitation by getting a personal, memorable domain name to include on your invitations.

Milwaukee, WI (PRWEB) June 13, 2012

With the busiest wedding season underway, there's always something new to talk about in the wedding world. While companies like TheKnot, WeddingWire, and many others offer free, template websites to their newly engaged couples wanting to announce it online, there's a new trend popping up among those shiny diamond rings. Couples are buying personal domains to forward to their free website, and listing it on their invitations.

FYNE Domains recognizes this as a great opportunity to develop a new cornerstone in their business. Offering personal domain names with easy, inexpensive forwarding to the couple's wedding website. By doing this, couples can include the web address on their invitations for their guests to check out and find important information like hotels and locations of the ceremony and reception.

“It's really a unique way to keep it short and sweet on the invitation by getting a personal, memorable domain name to include on your invitations,” says Jennifer Powell, Project Manager at FYNE Domains and an upcoming bride herself. She adds, “Then after the wedding is over, the couple can use it as a personal family album to update far away family members. I'd just be sure to password-protect it!”

FYNE Domains is a small, local Milwaukee-based internet domain company that started in a teenager's bedroom in 1998. It offers a refreshingly simple alternative to shopping for domains and human customer service support to all its customers.


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