Destination Wedding Website Wording Examples


Planning a destination wedding? Whether you’re hosting your celebration interstate or abroad, a detailed wedding website is an excellent way to communicate with your loved ones.

With this in mind, what do you need to include on your destination wedding website to make it helpful? From your welcome message to your schedule of events, read on for some practical wording examples to help you craft the perfect website for your destination wedding.

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What to Include on Your Destination Wedding Website

A destination wedding is essentially a holiday for your guests, which means an added layer of preparation is required. 

Your wedding website will act as a central information hub for your loved ones, allowing you to communicate all of the necessary details about your wedding in one easy, convenient place. So, it should include everything your guests need to plan and prepare for their trip, while also building excitement for your celebration!

A destination wedding website should include the following details as a starting point:

  • Welcome message/greeting
  • Schedule of events
  • Accommodation information
  • Travel information
  • FAQs
  • RSVP date and method

You may also want to include some extra details just for fun, such as your love story or bridal party introductions.

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Destination Wedding Website: Welcome Message

Your welcome message is the first thing your guests will read when they visit your website, so take the opportunity to greet them and get them excited! You may also want to include some friendly directions to help them navigate their way through your website.

For example:


Welcome to our wedding website – we’re so glad you’re here.

We’ve created this website as a helpful resource for our upcoming wedding in Hawaii.

Here, you’ll find our schedule of events, travel information and some FAQs about the day.

We’d love for you to take a look around and learn more about our destination wedding plans. 

Finally, thank you for all of your love and support so far. We can’t wait to share the adventure of a lifetime with our favourite group of people!

Love, Sally and Simon

Photo via Katie Grant Photo

Destination Wedding Website: Schedule of Events

If you’re planning a destination wedding, you’ll probably have some additional events on your wedding itinerary. We’d suggest laying out a clear schedule of events in a simple, easy-to-understand way so your guests know exactly what’s happening, where and when. For example:

Wedding Itinerary

We have an epic weekend of celebrations planned for you! Please find all of the details below, and let us know which events you’ll be joining us for via our RSVP page.

Friday 18th September

Welcome Dinner


Koi Restaurant

Saturday 19th September

Wedding Day


Waikiki Beach Resort

Sunday 20th September

Recovery Lunch


Dolphin Beach Club

Don’t forget you can use your custom RSVP form here at WedSites to gather RSVPs, meal selections and dietary requirements for all of your wedding events.

Destination Wedding Website: Accommodation Information

Booking accommodation will be a priority for your guests, so let them know what to expect. Have you organised a hotel block, or will your guests need to find alternative arrangements? Your wedding venue should be able to provide you with a list of nearby hotels and resorts that they recommend, and may even have a discount code your guests can use.

You can say something like:

For your convenience, a block of rooms has been reserved at Waikiki Beach Resort. When calling to make your reservation, please mention our wedding to receive a discounted rate.


There are a variety of accommodation options in the surrounding area including hotels, resorts and AirBnBs. Please find some of the top recommendations from our venue below.

Photo via Marcos Sanchez

Destination Wedding Website: Travel Information

If your guests have never visited your destination wedding location before, it’s a good idea to share some travel tips and insight into the local area. You may want to highlight things such as the weather conditions, things to see and do, and the best mode of transportation. For example:

Travel Information

To help you make the most out of your holiday, please find our travel tips below!


Our wedding will be hosted during summer, so you can expect warm, humid weather with some rainfall. 


Hiring a car is the best way to get around Hawaii, but there are plenty of rideshare services available throughout Honolulu including Uber and Lyft.

Things to See and Do:

Honolulu is one of our favourite holiday destinations! Check out some of our most-loved cafes, restaurants, beaches and tourist attractions below to help you plan the perfect itinerary.

Destination Wedding Website: FAQs

Your FAQs page is the perfect place to answer any other questions your guests may have about your destination wedding. You can also use this page to address tricky topics such as kids and plus ones.

For example:

  • What is the dress code?
  • Are kids welcome?
  • Will there be child-minding services available?
  • Can I bring a plus one?
  • Do you have a wedding hashtag?
  • How do we RSVP?
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Should You Include a Gift Registry on Your Destination Wedding Website?

It’s typically understood that gifts aren’t expected for a destination wedding. After all, your guests have already shelled out for flights, accommodation and other travel costs!

With this in mind, you may want to include a short and sweet note on your wedding website letting your guests know that gifts aren’t required. For example:

Your presence on our special day is the greatest present we could ask for. We appreciate the effort involved in joining us for our wedding, so please, no gifts!

Destination Wedding Invitations

Now that you’ve nailed your destination wedding website, it’s time to craft the perfect invitations! Check out our destination wedding invitation wording examples and etiquette guide here, or start building your wedding website for free with WedSites.