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Online wedding invitations from pingg

Posted on May 3rd, 2008 by Kori Ellis in Wedding Invitations 4 Comments

PinggPingg is a online invitation service that is perfect for those looking to manage their wedding guest list and invitations online.

Instead of use paper invitations, you can create and send stylish wedding (or other event) invitations online. The system can be integrated with your email address book, SMS, social networks (Facebook), your personalized event web page and more.

You can track RSVPs, communicate with guests, organize your registry and simplify most tasks associated with your guest list and invitations.

Pingg’s basic email invitations and event management services are free. Or you can pay a little extra for customized invitation designs and other services.

In this day and age, when everyone is constantly on their computer, PDA, cell phone and other electronic devices, why not consider using online invitations?

When I first read about this, I thought it might be a little tacky … after all some old fashioned wedding traditions should be preserved even in the modern technology era.

However, after reading through the Pingg website at Pingg.com, I realized the benefits of using this type of service are abundant. Plus, Pingg offers a variety of beautiful invitation designs that are very elegant.

Check out Pingg and consider it before placing an order for tradtional paper invitations! Even if you decide against it for your wedding, Pingg may come in handy for birthday parties, anniversary celebrations and other events.

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Comments (4)

  1. 1griffy

    checked out the website – cool and trendy, great images. Thanks for this

  2. 2Tamara

    At first, I balked at the thought of online invitations. Then, if you think about it, only the bride and groom and maybe a few close friends or family members will save the invitations. Most will throw them away – what a waste of $100-$500! This is also definitely a more “green” way to get married. And we certainly could have used the extra $100 to pay for our honeymoon. Kudos for a great idea!

  3. 3Courtney

    I personally couldn’t resist having paper wedding invitations. It’s just so old-fashioned and elegant to send out a wedding declaration with ribbon and script.

    I do, however, like the idea of using e-vitations for more acquaintance-type friends or those that are computer savvy. I certainly wouldn’t bother sending all of my facebook friends a paper wedding invite, but I might be willing to gather their email addresses to send out online invitations.

  4. 4Tim Robin

    I’m the sort of person who is too old-fashioned to abandon the idea of a paper invitation. The world could do with fewer people like me though, as we waste paper endemically.

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