(Closed) Creating a wedding website

posted 8 years ago in Technology
Post # 3
11325 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: February 2011

I used mywedding.com. I started one at theknot.com but the address they give you is annoyingly long and complicated– not save-the-date friendly I don’t think. The mywedding website lets you create your own (much shorter) URL. Admittedly I liked the format at theknot a little better but mywedding is just fine and so worth it to not have to have a 2 line website address on my save the date. I’ll pm you the address… not wanting to put our full names out there for the whole www 🙂 

Post # 4
3219 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

I used mywedding too!

Post # 5
937 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

I also used mywedding.com. It’s free and super easy.

Post # 6
510 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

I used mywedding.com as well! It’s so easy, and plenty of designs available!

Post # 7
311 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

I used myweddingday.com as well.  It walks you through everything and you can put whatever you want on it.  I love it and that is how we are doing our honeymoon registry.

Post # 9
3866 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

hehehehehe, I’m probably the odd-ball-out, but I used blogspot and a nifty program I paid for called “Artisteer”.  It lets you customize blogspot to look like an actual webpage instead of a blog. 

Also, a lot of the wedding sites that offer free pages expire after so long (at least with theknot it does…haven’t checked the others, though).  Since my wedding is planned for 2012, I wanted something with the VERY basics (venue, theme, colors, etc) setup so I can send friends the site early if I wanted to.

I’ll message you the site. 

Oh, and with blogger, you can have it set to “private” in the settings, so it isn’t listed or can’t be found. (I just googled it and it doesn’t come up.)


Post # 10
539 posts
Busy bee

we are using momentville.com, and it has been very helpful

Post # 12
1079 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

I used iWeb and bought a site from bluehost. We didn’t put much info in the invitation and just directed everyone to our website.


We plan to keep it for post-wedding photos, baby photos, etc.

Post # 13
9056 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2010

I used wedsimple.com.  I think it was $60 for the year, but it had designs that I like, the ability to password protect  either the whole website, or just certain pages, unlimited photos, and you could upload music.

It does a funny thing in the photo gallery though, where it writes “We currently have no photos” even though we do, and I can’t figure out where to change it. 

There’s also some planning stuff like budget trackers, and online RSVP tracking, seating arrangement software built in that I really liked.

They have a free trial that you can poke around with for 30 days I think.

I’ll PM your our website/password.

Post # 14
383 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: February 2011

We used wix.com and couldn’t be happier! We didn’t like the typical ‘wedding-y’ ones, so this was perfect! Flash animated, unlimited pictures, we can design it how we want, add music, etc… I highly recommend it! If you want to see it (and promise not to share info! hehe) – it’s http://www.DanielleAndLuisAlfonso.com

Post # 15
35 posts
  • Wedding: August 2010

I used intuit.com to create a small 5-page website.  For under $6 a month you can register for your own website name (http://www.mindyandjim.com for example–that is not a real website though), and you can also put whatever you want on your site with their free and easy to use software.  I chose this site because the free software makes it easy to do forms online, so I have an RSVP submission form online that a lot of people have used.  Also, after the wedding we can keep the site for as long as we want and post our wedding pictures and other things.  Message me if you’d like to see the site I built.

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