Ronzar Design Portfolio.

Wedding Website Design

For Nadia Beukes and David de Villiers

David de Villiers & Nadia Beukes needed a secure website that only allowed for invited guests with a username and password to access the details of the wedding. The website was an electronic invitation to the guests. The website included all the necessary details of the wedding. For example, the GPS coordinations, Google maps to the venue and the weekend program.

Guests could use the online RSVP form to accept the invite to the wedding and other events over the weekend. They could also specify the number of guests and names of their partners. Special dietary needs could be specified for all included meals. The design was also done in Afrikaans. Unfortunately, we cannot provide proper images of the website as this was a high profile wedding.

Project Details

Client: DN Adventures
Date: April 2016
Location: Pretoria

Project Features

  • Afrikaans Design
  • Secure Login
  • Responsive Design
  • Header Slider
  • Electronic RSVP System
  • Wedding Stationary Design
Sarie Feature

Working with Arlene at Ronzar Design on creating stationary and our wedding website with an e-vite and electronic rsvp options has been an absolute pleasure. Although Arlene offered many creative contributions as a basis from which we could develop our wedding communication she was also always willing to adapt and change the initial designs according to our preferences, add our wedding monogram and incorporate our engagement shoot foto’s along with giving us practical solutions for all our requests. Her attitude was always helpful and welcoming and she was able to take the picture we had in our heads and hearts and translate it into what we thought was a very stylish, informative and clean-cut website alongs beautiful stationary. Everything was done on time, within our budget and working with Arlene was really a joy.

Nadia Beukes & David de Villiers

Bride & Groom, DN Adventures

We operate in the Gauteng area.

But have clients all over the country.

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