Post # 1
Here’s my question of the day: What’s the best FREE wedding website maker, so I can put all our details online? What are your experiences, pros and cons, etc? I can’t wait to hear and get started! Thank goodness for the Hive!
Post # 3
I use the knot and I like it. My page is kind of bland right now because we don’t have any details decided to post. I have seen other people’s who have their engagement pic on their also.
Post # 4
We have ours through the weddingchannel.com
no complaints here
Post # 5
We made pages on the Knot, brides.com, and weddingchannel.com. Then we had to decide which one we were going to use. Ultimately, we went with the Knot, but the site address was way too long, so we bought a domain name and pointed it to our page. I figured I would use the Knot because that was the one most of my friends were used to, and when it was time to make a decision, people had already left comments for us on there. Haha.
Post # 6
I really like mywedding.com
Post # 7
I’m so glad you asked this because I had the same question but was too lazy to go through the archives. (=
I just checking out mywedding.com on the advice of bethgraced above, and I love it. I REALLY like the fact that they have a RSVP section, because many free sites don’t have that feature. In fact, I just finished setting up my site!
Personally, I hate the knot because I had a bad experience with nasty/catty posters attacking me over nothing. So I boycott them on principle … I’m sure the knot is crying over the loss. hehe.
Post # 8
We created ours using weddingdonkey.com. They have really cool and elegant templates, quite different to the usual traditional themes… They also have the “standard” set of features like rsvp and online gift registry and the website builder is really easy to use.
ps: I think they also offer a free plan
Post # 9
We also used weddingdonkey. Loved their non traditional templates.
Post # 10
I use mywedding.com, here it is if you want to look around. There were many different templates and designs.
Post # 11
I will post a huge word of caution AGAINST Weddingtracker.com (which is, I believe, owned by the knot). We used them to create our website, posted all our info, put the address on our invitations, etc. – only to have them inform us our yearly subscription is up and they are not accepting renewals at this time. So, we have days to create a new website and get all the info shuffled someplace else. Thankfully we did as others have done (bought a domain, pointed it at the weddingtracker site) so we can just re-direct to the other site. Otherwise, we would have an even larger problem.
Post # 12
We used tumblr, but ours isn’t very “weddingy.” Tumblr was actually kind of hard for us (the whole template thing isn’t how i made websites 15 years ago ha) but it looks nice,nd I like that there are really unlimited options.
message me if you want the URL, ours is pretty non-traditional as far as wedding websites go.
Post # 13
@bkrocks13: i would like to see your page we are very non-traditonal and would love to do something fun
Post # 13
Recently I ran into this also and checked all google in search of a perfect platform for free website. There are many wedding website builders – some of them are paid but there are also free ones – check this.
Post # 14
The Knot. No complaints. Easy to use.
Post # 16
i went with the knot… i purchased a custom url for $20 bucks too. it is super easy to use and when i posted the finished product on FB… it got rave reviews lol like i was actually surprised how many people commented on how cute it is.
i wanted something that was pretty straight forward and easy to navigate for my guests since we are doing RSVP’s through the website only.