Post # 1
Hi there, I’m looking for some advice and figured this would be the best to ask. There are quite a few to choose sites to choose from but what is the easiest to set up since I’m not the best on the computer? I’m hoping to have my friends husband help me with details but at least I would like to be able to get the address before I finish my invitations so I can include it on them.
Post # 3
I used mywedding.com. You pick the template you want and then just ‘fill-in’ the info you want on there. All pretty simple. We (I) also wanted a short web address to put on our Save the Dates and everything. (mywedding’s addresses are http://www.mywedding.com/yourname&hisname) Kinda long, so we bought a webaddress from godaddy.com and linked it to the mywedding webpage.
Post # 4
If you look at samples, it’s pretty easy to open a free blog and put the same information you want from a wedding website. I decided to do that to get a shorter & more straight-forward domain name.
It doesn’t have all the bells and whistles, but it was easy, is clean looking, and does everything I want it to.
Post # 5
I am using http://www.mywedding.com as well, and found it to be extremely easy to use and self explanatory. WIsh I would’ve bought a custom web address, but now that we’ve put our address (mywedding.com/mynameandhisname) on all our stationery, it’s too late!
All the features are very easy to use and put up, and they have just about anything you can think of–photo galleries, RSVP, Contact options, directions, accomodations, stories, music, etc. You just add the tab and then they walk you through how to customize each tab. You only put up what information you want to share!
I’ve heard good things about http://www.ewedding.com, too! And I think you can buy a subscription and get a custom web address through them.
Post # 6
I also used mywedding.com. It was super easy to use and very convenient!
Post # 7
I used mywedding.com and got the fantastic idea from these boards (also suggested above) to buy a domain name with our names from godaddy at $7. It was such a breeze to put the site together and the designs are really cute. I’d totally suggest going this route as well! We already have comments on our guestbook about how classy the site looks. It was so much easier than building a site from scratch (as I once thought we might do).
When you buy your domain name, just follow the directions on how to forward it to the mywedding.com web address. So easy.
Post # 8
I also used a blog for our website — http://www.colleenandgreg2010.com — but I used blogger and bought my own domain. If you know how to blog, you can make a website!
Post # 9
I love my http://www.mywedding.com page! It looks professional and couldn’t be easier to maintain. I also maintain a small blog there to keep out of town family and friends updated on our wedding plans.
Post # 10
I agree with everyone who said mywedding
It’s super-easy and looks great. I explored my options and went with them.
Post # 11
I used weddingwindow.com. It was very easy to set up and I have had alot of compliments on it.
Post # 12
- Wedding: September 2009 - Westwind YWCA camp
weebly is actually incredibly easy to use!
you can check ours out (it’s VERY MUCH in progress, though!!)
Post # 13
Thanks for all your help and for sharing your sites with me. I’m going with mywedding.com but still working on it. Thanks again.
Post # 14
I like mywedding.com its easy to use, has lots of options, and you can make a few custom pages!
Post # 15
We also used weddingwindow and have had many compliments on the site. It’s very flexible and customizable, and the response time for questions is super quick.
Post # 16
I’m using weddingwire.com. It is extremely user friendly and offers a lot of options to make your site unique.