Wedding Invitations Online!
from the spoke-too-soon... dept
USA Today has great timing in printing their story about how couples are using online systems to send out wedding invitations. Of the companies they mentioned, Evite just got rid of most of their staff, Mambo.com announced they’re ditching their invite business, and in checking out BlissZine.com you get the feeling that USA Today didn’t do any fact checking, because that doesn’t look like any invite service that I’ve seen. By the way, I’m also not convinced of the usefulness of online wedding planning sites, considering that WeddingChannel.com (a site I have never been to) sent me an email last weekend congratulating me on my upcoming wedding. It was quite a surprise to me, too.
Comments on “Wedding Invitations Online!”
sensible wedding site
Theknot is a pretty smart business. They realised up front that just getting wedding magazine content was useless (mostly people buy ’em for the pictures of the wedding dresses — and the wedding dress mfrs don’t pay for those ads!). So theknot tried to make a useful site.
Personally I just needed a prospective spouse (and some friends to watch) to get married, hey, if you need a computer it’s a good thing they’re around!
Wedding invitations online
Well, in my opinions, there are quite many ways to purchase good wedding invites (go shopping online is just an option). HOwever, if you really take more an interest about this, I could recommend you a website providing information about cheap and unique wedding invitation.