QR Codes

Ah, the humble QR code – the Rorschach test of the digital age. To some, it’s a mysterious square of squiggles; to others, it’s a portal to convenience. QR codes are like the cool, tech-savvy sidekick for your printed wedding invitations!

Here’s why they’re so popular:

  1. Convenience: Forget typing out long URLs! With QR codes, guests can simply scan the code with their smartphone camera and be whisked away to your wedding website.
  2. Space-saving: Say goodbye to cluttered invitations! Instead of printing a lengthy URL, you can include a small QR code. They take up minimal space, leaving you more room to dazzle with your design or include essential info.
  3. Modern and tech-savvy: Adding QR codes to your invites shows you’re ahead of the curve, embracing technology in a fun and interactive way that guests will love.
  4. Enhanced interactivity: These codes aren’t just for websites! You can link them to RSVP forms, specific pages on your website, maps, your registry – you name it!

In a nutshell, incorporating QR codes into your printed wedding invitations offers practical perks like convenience and space-saving. Plus, it adds a modern, interactive twist to the invitation experience.

And, we’re here to show you how to get your hands on your very own wedding website QR code in a snap.

Here’s the scoop:

  • Download the Joy App for iOS or Android.
  • Click “I’m Already Using Joy” to log in.
  • Click on your event.
  • Select “Website” in the lower toolbar, then “Share.”
  • There it is, your very own QR Code.
  • Take a screenshot and share it wherever you see fit.

Another option, instead of using the QR code offered through the app, is to utilize an online QR code generator.

And now, your wedding website is just a scan away. Share it far and wide. And, cheers to a wedding day that’s truly one-of-a-kind!

Still have some questions?

Ask us directly! Click on the black and white chat bubble in the bottom-right corner of this page to ask us your questions, or you can email us at support@withjoy.com. You’ll get a friendly response from someone on our team! 

Updated on March 29, 2024

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