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Our website is all created and up for viewing!  We built it all ourselves, that's what you get for having two techies getting married!  I just didn't really like those other template websites out there, it wasn't as custom as I was looking for and usually a little too sappy for our taste  sick.gif

 

We also really wanted to save on Invitations, so we sent out our boarding pass STD magnets (those will be in another post cheesy.gif ) and just directed everyone here to RSVP!

 

Let me know what you all think!!!!

 

www.joeandbri.com

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OH, and a special note: the website doesn't look as fantastic in Internet Explorer than it does in Firefox or Google Chrome browsers...perhaps it's only known to development folk, but IE is a pretty trash browser and takes a ton of work to make look nearly as pretty as FF or Chrome....and I have more fun things to do (like pick out flowers and dresses!!)

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Thank you!!!!

 

Have an amazing time and an even better wedding!!!
 

Originally Posted by deannamarie85 View Post

Wow! Your wedding website is amazing! great job! I, also chose Jamaica and will be there in just two days! Congrats on your upcoming DW!



 

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The website looks great!!

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WOW!!!  Your website looks great!  We made a custom one too....but definitely not as cool!  I love the countdown on there!!!

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Bri,

This is awesome!!!

I was looking into how to do this today.  Did you use "godaddy" or a similar website to get a custom url forwarded?  or are you hosting your own page?

Did you use a website generator/builder?  or did you just write all this code yourself?

Let me know!  Looks awesome.  I love the little personal touches and that you have info about your guests.  I'm using beach bum travel too!!  Question -- did you mail your guests this packet as well or just put it on your website?

Thank you thank you thank you!

Melanie

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