Tip: A blog is a great way to keep in touch with family whether or not a family reunion is on the horizon. Consider starting one just for your Email Database family. Building Momentum Once the basic decisions of dates and locations are determined, post them on your family reunion site. As you wait for the event to arrive, post notifications as the plans progress. If you're delegating different duties-reservations, Email Database hotels, food-you can post that as well. Let people know when reservations are finalized, what still needs to be done and, of course, if any last minute changes come up.
If people will need to rent a car or a hotel room, post some resources for them. Remind people as the date approaches so that they won't forget to make travel arrangements if necessary. Tip: One fun thing to do to get people in Email Database the spirit is have them send a childhood memory and a few digital photographs to you to post on the site. After the Reunion is Over Of course, there will be tons of Email Database pictures to commemorate your family reunion and one way to easily share them with everyone is to post them on your family reunion site. If you decide to make it an annual event.
You may choose to maintain your site and keep the discussion rolling throughout the year as you plan the following year's event. Build an archive of past reunions and keep collecting the memories of your family members Email Database throughout the years. You can also collect the memories and photos and create an online family memory book. You can even make it available for print and production or send them out every year like a school yearbook. No matter what you decide, starting a family reunion website will help everyone in your extended family keep in touch and excited about your next family reunion.