Hundreds of engaged couples use their Gmail account along with GMass to manage their weddings.
You can use your existing Gmail account, or a newly created couples account, like AimeeAndBen@gmail.com, to communicate with wedding guests. Every person receives an individual email, not a group email.
Look how easy this is to set up in Gmail!
You can —
- Mass email everyone on your invitation list to remind them about dates, give directions, and send photos.
- Know who has and hasn’t opened your emails — automatically send a gentle nudge when needed.
- Keep smaller groups up-to-date on bridal showers, rehearsal dinners, and gift registries.
- Send a zillion thank-yous (including personalized mentions of each gift) in a fraction of the usual time. Just keep your gift list on a spreadsheet and then link it to your GMass email — simple!
What do you have to learn do to this?
Almost nothing! You already know how to compose and send an email inside Gmail. The only difference this time is you’ll hit the red GMass button instead of the blue Send button. That way, individual, personalized, and tracked emails are sent, instead of one massive group email.