Thanks to a year of virtual development (#pandemiclife, amirite?!), more and more couples are moving their wedding planning online. From the comfort of their cozy couch, soon-to-be spouses can book a venue, buy their wedding dress, and plan their honeymoon! Many couples are even choosing to create wedding websites as a central form of communication with their guests. These online tools give loved ones easy access to the registry, things to do around town, and all the details and logistics for the big day. However, this modern format raises concerns about privacy.
Data brokers scour the internet in search of personal information they can resell, and your wedding website could be subject to this threat. Other cyber scammers pursue vendor fraud– posing as fake photographers, florists, or DJs and tricking couples out of their money. While online wedding planning is advantageous, it’s crucial to know and avoid the risks of online vendor fraud. To make sure your wedding day goes off without a hitch, keep reading to learn the do’s and don’ts of wedding websites!
Luckily, there are several ways to achieve a cyber-safe wedding website! Be sure to say “yes” to the following tips:
To ensure your big day is even more secure, it’s essential to avoid common mistakes people make in their online wedding planning. Make sure to steer clear of these errors on your wedding website:
When it comes to wedding websites, there’s a lot that can go wrong. However, knowing the signs of cyber security breaches and the best practices for preventing them can keep you and your guests protected. That way, you can walk down the aisle knowing your wedding day is cyber safe! Looking for more resources on how to keep your wedding cyber safe?! Head on over to our friends at Norton for the 14 ways to avoid vendor fraud and other precautions for a cyber-safe wedding!