Sponsored with love, by WedTexts
134 wedding guests is a lot to manage. And for some reason, all 134 of them just don’t really like to look at the wedding invitation, or details you spent hours perfecting on your wedding website. And at times, it feels that all of that time spent addressing the envelopes, putting the suite together and the money spent on those beauties is a complete waste of time. I mean, that is what an invitation is for, right? And guests would rather text you to ask their questions.
Lost invitations? Maybe. Laziness? I think so!
But no matter what the case may be, you as a bride just don’t have the time to answer all of those questions, especially the morning of your wedding. And even if you did have the time, you should be relaxing and getting pampered with no other distractions on your wedding day!
And WedTexts solves all of your problems – updates for your guests, directions, reminders and everything your guests will need to know. Just set up your list and your reminders and voila! WedTexts becomes your personal assistant on the wedding day and for all of the pre-wedding events leading up to it!
And we are so excited about a special deal that WedTexts is currently offering:
WedTexts is FREE (yes, completely free) through the end of the month!
Even if your wedding isn’t for a year, sign up now and you’re all set!
The Overwhelmed Bride is all about keeping you stress-free and I promise this is one way to keep that stress to a minimum. You’ll thank me very soon!
WedTexts enables anyone planning a wedding to easily communicate with their wedding guests with pre-scheduled text messages. Our service drastically reduces the logistical stress for engaged couples (and wedding planners), and WOWs wedding guests because they receive important information directly on their cell phone. If needed, couples can send real time (or scheduled) text messages to all of their guests or groups of guests. Guests no longer have to rely on paper information. Couples also use WedTexts for other events in addition to their wedding weekend, such as their engagement party, bridal shower, bachelor/bachelorette parties, any event leading up to their wedding.