Austin, TX (PRWEB) March 05, 2013
Technology can be exploited in a variety of ways when planning one's wedding. Following an article that appeared in South Source online, Do the Bride a Favor offers tips for wedding planners who wish to incorporate the information age into nuptials.
First on the list is personalized wedding favors with a distinctly cyber flair. Do the Bride a Favor recommends placing code numbers on wedding seating cards that enable guests to download iTunes, ring tones or even eBooks. Easy-to-access digital gifts such as these make a unique alternative to trinkets or edible favors such as jawbreakers.
Secondly there is photo sharing via Flickr, Instagram or Shutterfly. Do the Bride a Favor advises wedding planners to make cards containing a photo sharing account username and password, so that guests can log into the account and post their digital pictures of the wedding celebration.
Next, consider creating a wedding website with digital stationery. Send out email invitations to which invitees can easily RSVP in kind from their laptops, tablets and smart phones.
For invitees who cannot make it to the wedding, consider streaming the event live via digital camcorder using websites such as Marry Me Live and I Do Stream.
Finally, create a password-protected message board on your wedding website for bridesmaids, groomsmen and planners to use when sharing or updating news for wedding insiders without the web posts being made available to all the guests.
Do the Bride a Favor insists that making one's wedding a digital affair need not be an intimidating prospect relegated to the tech savvy only. Anyone can do it, and it's fun too.
About Do the Bride a Favor:
Do the Bride a Favor offers cutting edge tips for brides, grooms and prospective guests relative to innovations in the areas of wedding favors, and wedding planning in general.