(Closed) Creating a wedding website

posted 5 years ago in Technology
Post # 2
731 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2016

Wedding wire was the easiest for me to use and it is free. I really liked the ability to add more pages and password protect the website (and allows you to not be searchable on google). I was also able to add a custom domain name and edit just about everything. They do have templates so you know what to populate too. I really like that I can have people RSVP on the webpage too.

However, weddingwire will spam you to death so be sure to set up a wedding email.

The knot’s free builder wouldn’t load correctly on my PC. However, they had nicer templates.

Post # 3
551 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2016

I’m using The Knot. It’s awesome!

Post # 5
776 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2016 - Magnolia House

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angelinagonzalez:  did it cost you to use squarespace? 

Post # 7
220 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2016 - World\'s Fair Pavilion

I’m also using Squarespace and I definitely recommend it if you’re looking for a more modern wedding website. The templates are very easy to use and everything looks clean and professional. I timed it so that I can take advantage of the free custom domain name for 12 months.

Post # 8
15 posts

AppyCouple is a nice site builder.  It’s not free but reasonable for handling online and mobile rsvp with downloadable lists for followup and to print your inviation envelops or labels.  They do not sell any email address or phone numbers.  I’m leary of the free ones–at least we can guararentee our guests that they won’t be spammed.


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