Post # 1
I create my free wedding website on http://www.mywedding.com/apps/public/mw/mysite_styles.php
I think it is a must. I chose a beach theme background to match our wedding theme.
What i like about it:
1. You can upload music to the page so that it plays as soon as the webpage loads.
2. It has a place for guest to RSPV. So much better than reponse cards.
3. It has a guestbook for guest to write messages
4. It has a blog page. I asked my guest to tell us the part of the wedding they look foward to the most. 🙂
5. You can upload picture of you and your Fiance
Post # 3
Ours turned out pretty good. We got a free one off of THEKNOT.COM and then bought our own web address from go daddy. linked them up and it worked great
Post # 5
We have one on the knot with hotel and parking information, directions, and our registries. I think it’s helpful but not 100% necessary.
Post # 6
I used ewedding.com and I am very happy with it- user friendly and nice templates.
I have so many out of town guests that having all the info on a site makes things SO much easier.
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Post # 8
We have one and I’m obsessed with it. It was important for us to have the added security of it being username and password protected so we made the site on our own domain. This way I also have complete control over how it looks and what it does. I also loved that the domain name was custom to us (www.wedding.(FI’slastname).com).
I also think the wedding website is a must. Our FAQ section has gotten the most complements. Guests like having all of their questions answered without having to actually contact the B&G.
Post # 9
I played around with mine on here when I first got engaged, but haven’t done anything since. I plan on updating it before the invites go out.
Post # 10
My Fiance and I make websites for a living, so I think people would be like “you of all people don’t have one!?” if we didn’t make one, lol. Plus I am really having fun making ours!
Post # 11
Me too, I want to add my engagement photos to it
Post # 12
We used modwedding.com. We love the design themes that they have and they’ve been pretty responsive to any questions that we have.
Post # 13
We have one on weddingwire.com. I only did it because we have so many Out of Town guests that it seemed logical, but if I could have gotten away without one, I would have loved that. I hated making mine, and am dreading when I have to go back and add info to it.
Post # 14
Our website is my obsession. I’m constantly adding new things. I love it. We used WeddingMapper, which links your website to a custom Google map. You can add all your own locations with notes, links, etc., and then feed the map to your website (so we have pages on the website with breakfast spots, coffee shops, tourist attractions, important wedding locations, etc.). And you can password-protect both the map and the site, which was really important to me. I’m thrilled with the way it turned out. (Or is turning out, I guess, since I keep adding to it!)
Post # 15
I voted no, we have an online rsvp page but no wedding website. the whole wedding website thing is really not for me