WedTexts has helped so many brides and grooms keep their wedding guests up to date about the important details of their big day. By scheduling messages to include dates, maps and links, it also helps relieve some of the pressure involved with planning a wedding. And it’s so easy! If you are considering WedTexts but aren’t sure of what kinds of messages to send, we’re here to help.
Please keep in mind that the messages below are just examples. Feel free to put your own twist on them. Keep it fun and to the point and your guests will love how in the loop they are!
“Jane and John will wed March 8, 2017 at 3pm at the Radisson. We hope to see you there!”
What might be the most obvious text to schedule is a ceremony reminder with the date, time and location. If the wedding is out of town or not at a well known location, a good thing to include in the message would be a Google Map link to the venue to ensure that everyone knows where to go.
“Time’s winding down. If you haven’t reserved a hotel room for the wedding, here’s the link.”
This is especially important for out-of-town or destination weddings. You want to know that your guests will take advantage of the hotel blocks and the lowered rates. It’s also easy when everyone is all in the same area when it comes time for planning other wedding related events.
“Today at noon, we are having brunch on the terrace. Come join us!”
Scheduled event reminders in advance can really take away some of the stress of planning your wedding weekend. If you’ve already got the entire weekend planned out, instead of having to send texts to your wedding party and all of your guests that moment, you can do it months in advance and just enjoy yourself knowing that everyone has all of the information they need.
Link to Wedding Registry
“Wondering what to get the newlyweds? Here’s a link to the registry.”
The wedding registry is an important tool for your guests. It’s their way of figuring out what to gift you without worrying if you’ll like — or need — whatever they buy. An easy way to make sure everyone has access to the registry is by sending them a link.
“If you take any photos throughout the weekend, use our wedding hashtag. We’d love to see them all!”
If you have any requests of your guests, whether it’s tagging all of their photos on social media or putting their phones away during the ceremony, this message is an easy way to let everyone know of your wishes.