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Savvy April 2014

Is it okay if I don't list the vendors on my wedding website?

jinjer, on January 24, 2014 at 4:13 PM Posted in Planning 0 12
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Or is that something I'm supposed to do? I notice a lot of people do.

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  • ItsGoodToBeKing
    Master February 2014
    ItsGoodToBeKing ·
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    I didn't. I didn't know some people did.

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  • T-Rex
    Master August 2013
    T-Rex ·
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    I'm not.

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  • MrsNewvine
    VIP September 2014
    MrsNewvine ·
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    I have our ceremony/reception location. Other than that, I'm not listing all the other things that go into our planning.

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  • DanieGee
    VIP October 2014
    DanieGee ·
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    I'm not.

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  • A
    VIP August 2014
    Anonymous ·
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    Yeah, I wouldn't. I don't think anyone will look at your website and leave thinking "BUT I NEVER FOUND OUT WHO THEIR FLORIST IS!!!"

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  • Mackenzie
    Devoted October 2014
    Mackenzie ·
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    I don't understand why you *would*. As I said in another thread: you're not a NASCAR driver needing to plaster yourself with sponsor logos.

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  • DlovesD
    Master June 2014
    DlovesD ·
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    The only way I would ever do that was if they offered me a discount for it! I'm paying them enough, they don't need my free advertising!

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  • michele
    VIP October 2014
    michele ·
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    People do that?

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  • Mrs Wilson
    VIP May 2014
    Mrs Wilson ·
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    Why would you list the vendors on your website?

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  • Tiffany M. ( Tiffany P.)
    Master August 2012
    Tiffany M. ( Tiffany P.) ·
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    Yeah, we listed our ceremony and reception sites plus where our room blocks were, but that's it. If someone is interested in the info, they were welcome to ask.

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  • Marissa
    Expert October 2014
    Marissa ·
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    The only vendor I would consider putting on there is my day of coordinator so that guests will bug her and not me. Maybe the venue manager too.

    The photographer should be a dead giveaway. It's the person with the camera. The DJ would also be a dead giveaway since he will be at the DJ booth.

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  • Barbara
    Master September 2014
    Barbara ·
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    That does seem weird. A lot of photographers/videographers require photos/videos they take to be credited to them, though this is usually something that happens *after* the wedding.

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