“Will I get chance to read it?” is often the second question that guests ask me after I’ve explained that I’m writing a wedding report for their friends, the couple.
This is the part where I feel like my heart may pop at the possibility of the bride and groom loving their literary legacy so much that they want to share it with their friends and family. The answer is, of course, yes, they will have chance to read the finished article, thanks to the fact that all electronic reports are set up to enable the newlyweds to send out the link to their e-book to whomsoever they wish to relive the day with.
From the first sight of the initial draft of your wedding report, the electronic version will look precisely as it does when published, thanks to Leah Spicer’s design magic. This means that as and when you choose to send it to all those people who were wondering why some random girl spent the day scribbling notes, it will look just as beautiful as when the final hard copy drops through your letterbox.
We know that whilst wedding reports are a wonderful keepsake for the couple, they can also be a helpful tool for integrating guests who couldn’t make it to your wedding. Whether you simply didn’t have the capacity to invite everyone you know or if you had friends and family who live abroad and couldn’t make the trip, sharing your wedding report with them will enable them to dive right into the action and emotion of the day, which is why we want them to love your report nearly as much as you do.
The URL for your specific report is private, meaning that people can only access your report if they know the address, so you needn’t worry about any old internet rambler stumbling over your precious words. In short, therefore, yes, anyone can read your wedding report if you give them access to it.
Go forth my friends, and share and share alike!