Post # 1
I’m torn. I kind of want a wedding website. So many people (family members) are asking details about when/where etc. and I want a central location for it all. Then again, I look at how public they are, I don’t need everyone and their brother being able to view and come to my wedding. I thought I read somewhere you can password protect it but is that a bad thing? Is that an extra step that is needed? Like I feel like it’s going to put people off having to type in a password too.
Any suggestions on where to build a site (for free). I just am torn. Help in any would be great!!
Post # 3
@danzindiz: i don’t think they are very easily accessible, but my friend put a password on hers and i didn’t have a problem. Mine doesn’t have one and im ok with that. They are really great especially for Destination Wedding (which is what we are doing).
Post # 4
I have a website – it’s currently password protected, but that’s because i haven’t finished it yet.
I think as long as you don’t put your full names on there, it should be fine. I googled searched for hours trying to find our website just to see if I could .
Post # 5
I have a website, no password. It’s really not that accessible unless someone is looking for it and there’s nothing on there that I would care if others knew.
Post # 6
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
Yeah I couldn’t find ours when I googled our names either, even without any password protection. They are super duper handy for getting details out to people.
Post # 7
Try the wedding channel. It’s really easy to make a website on there. It has a RSVP page where your guests can RSVP instantly online and you can manage your guest list easily. It’s all free.
Post # 8
@danzindiz: The knot and Wedding Channel have password protection available. You can protect the whole site or just certain pages. They’ve got tons of designs and are easy to set up.
Post # 9
We’re using Google Sites, which you can set up with or without password protection.
WeddingWire has one that is very integrated in their site as well.
Post # 10
We are using weddingwire and a password. Seems to work pretty well. I don’t like the guest list stuff as good as on some sites, though.