So it's January - and on Thursday I'm officially getting married in seven tiny little months. I'm still to choose a dress, meet the caterers, book the florist, buy the champagne, and I'm pretty sure the Boy has still got to write to the Archbishop of Canterbury to get some sort of special permission so we can actually get married in the tiny cute Oxford college chapel that doesn't actually seat all our guests. But I'm not panicking, oh no, I'm building our wedding website. Essential stuff.

In the world of Twitter, Facebook and online shopping, it seems you are not truly getting married until it is online. Ok, so I didn't tweet it or even change my Facebook status (the fear of the 'f' word and looking like a smug-almost-married) but after the n-th millionth enquiry from my Scottish relatives on how they would actually get to Oxford, I thought it was time for online.

And it's actually relatively simple. I have a food blog so thought - 'Hey, why not use Wordpress blogging templates for my website?'. It's actually a lot more flexible than a lot of other 'wedsite' portals. You can buy a personal domain (around $20 for a year - or just use their free ones) and set up a template theme (I chose 'Twenty Ten') that allows you to have a number of pages: Ceremony, Reception, Staying, Travelling. You can add links (to hotels, to my venue, to maps) and any number of pictures... and it's quietly taking over my life. Dress shopping? Oh yes...