For anyone getting married there are countless things to plan for and think about. These things (guests, logistics, timelines, communication, etc.)  get exponentially more difficult when you are planning an outdoor wedding. As Blair mentioned last week in her post, every couple that gets married outdoors anxiously starts tracking the weather forecast for their wedding day as soon as possible.

In last week’s “One in a Thousand Years” post, we were fortunate enough to have Blair share her and her husband’s story about the stress that weather caused in shuffling around their wedding plans. WedTexts was lucky enough to play a role in helping them re-plan their wedding in 2 days.  WedTexts was able to help them effectively communicate the changes with all their guests. Blair and Hal’s timely communication through WedTexts helped their wedding go off without a hitch in an unbelievable storm.

If all goes as planned during a wedding, WedTexts enhances guests’ experiences and reduces the stress for the couple during a very overwhelming time. If things don’t go as planned, WedTexts helps save the day by allowing the couple to easily communicate with all their wedding guests. This is told nowhere better than in Blair’s “One in a Thousand Years” post.  So in a way, WedTexts is like insurance for managing your wedding guests.

Congratulations to Blair and Hal on weathering the storm and best wishes for a long and wonderful life together!

For all engaged couples planning their wedding (especially those getting married outside), sign up for a WedTexts account today. Your first three messages are on us! After testing our service, if you decide it is a good fit for you, consider making a purchase this week. WedTexts is donating a portion of sales until November 11th to the Harvest Hope Food Bank to assist those affected by the flood in South Carolina.

To sign up for your free account go to www.wedtexts.com.

 

Photo Credit – Amy Jo Photography