My Wedding Songs now highlights a museum of wedding web sites for past and future wedding couples to be shared for years to come. Married and engaged couples can share everything from wedding details to wedding day pictures with future generations. Visitors to the online museum can find American wedding web sites by last name, U.S. state and wedding year from 1960 through coming years.
July 25, 2007 — My Wedding Songs recently announced the beginning of an online wedding museum of past and future wedding web sites. Complimentary wedding web sites created by My Wedding Songs members will show on the Wedding Museum for years to come. Visitors to the Wedding Museum can find a collection of featured wedding web sites created by other American brides and grooms by last name, U.S. state and wedding year.
My Wedding Songs premiers the Wedding Museum to guide all wedding couples to share their wedding story. Brides and grooms are able to keep their wedding web sites active for as long as they wish with no sign-up or reoccurring fees. Bridal couples do not have to worry about annual hosting fees or annual domain name fees. In addition, it’s a simple way to create a custom wedding web site without having to know html.
Wedding Web Sites
Wedding web sites are categorized to find sites quickly. All 50 U.S. states are listed to find local weddings. To support past and future weddings, the year of the wedding can be from 1960 through coming years. Visitors can search for a web site by the bride’s maiden name or the groom’s last name. The Wedding Museum will also feature special wedding websites that tell real wedding stories through words and pictures on their home page.
Yesterday’s wedding couples can re-create and share their wedding memories by uploading up to 21 pictures. They can choose from 23 different colors to match their wedding colors and offer visitors the chance to leave a guest book comment. Today’s bridal couples with upcoming weddings can also track RSVP’s, manage a guest list, link to their online bridal registries, and manage their wedding plans.
For more information about the Wedding Museum, contact Matt Campbell or visit http://www.myweddingsongs.com/webpages/index.html Bridal couples can now create a wedding web site on My Wedding Songs and it will be listed instantly at the Wedding Museum.
My Wedding Songs, starting in July 2003, is an online wedding planning web site, offering personalized wedding web pages, planning tools and ideas, including music suggestions and vendor listings. Matt Campbell is the chief Webmaster and has 10 years experience as a mobile DJ.
Matt Campbell, chief Webmaster
My Wedding Songs
If you are looking for a wedding at a museum, check out the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles.