Post # 1
I want to begin a website for our big day am interested in which ones you all use? I have very limited time to add things on this so it won’t be tons of stuff, but I would like to include a map, registry, guest book, etc on there- HELP!
Post # 3
I used http://www.weddingwire.com and their templates were extremely easy. You can do online RSVP, music requests, guestbook, etc. You can also add pages and rename pages as well. Its also easy to upload pics.
Post # 4
I am going to be using wedsite.com they are the most beautiful site that I’ve found. It costs $40 for 6 months. Did you want it to be free? If so, you might want to at projectwedding.com they have a free service. Good luck.
Post # 5
- Wedding: May 2018 - St. Charles Borromeo Church/Jefferson-Orleans North
I used wedorama.com and used a 50% off code that I found on the Knot. 🙂 It was a great program and allowed us to make our own URL. 🙂
Post # 6
I use the Knot. It’s basic and free and I like it. People can search for you on the Knot and you link to a facebook app powered by them. It works.
Post # 7
I have one at theknot.com too. Its pretty easy.
Post # 8
I love my projectwedding website! (and it’s free!)
Post # 9
I made one on mywedding.com. Its pretty nice!
Post # 10
mywedding.com It’s free and there a fair amount of templates. Easy to use, however I’m not usingonline RSVP’s
Post # 11
I’m new to all this–is there a place where you can create a (free, hopefully!) website for your wedding that is password protected? I’d like to put one together, but would want to send specific people the password rather than have a completely public page.
Post # 12
I used momentville.com – there’s a lot of different sections, including for a map and online RSVP’s. The basic one I’m using is free, but you can get a fancier version for a fee (sorry, can’t say for sure).
Post # 13
It’s not free, but I’ve been using Nearlyweds.com. I like the funky template designs they have to choose from, and it’s pretty easy to set up and customize.
Post # 14
I used weddingchannel.com and COMPLETELY REGRET IT. I have had alot of problems. My co-worker used project wedding (also free) and it is far superior. Good luck!
Post # 15
We used weddingwindow.com and it was SPECTACULAR!!! Highly highly highly recommend it, and it is *SO* worth the money.
You can do RSVP’s online, track your gifts, and manage your guest list, all from one place. And you can export Excel spreadsheets of all the information you put in, which definitely comes in handy when sending out invitations and thank you notes.
You can see our site here.
Post # 16
We use TheKnot, mainly just for the checklist, which I think is good.