Post # 1
I have been going through all of the free wedding webpage sites and cannot figure out which one to use. So I thought I would ask yall if you have used a free webpage site and which one.
Thanks so much!
Post # 3
I use wedshare.com – it’s not free, but in my looking around this one suited me best by offering good budget material and great page choices.
It cost me $70 for a year. I’ve been really pleased with it thus far, and I’ve had it since last Sept.
Post # 4
I’m using mywedding.com and have been pleased with it thus fas. I’m interested to see how it goes with people using it to RSVP.
Post # 5
I am using ewedding.com. The site says it is free, but the free version doesn’t offer any of the basic features you will likely need. The full version has a lot of nice options but it’s about $10 per month.
Post # 6
I’m using weddingtracker.com — it cost me $30.00 for the year, but it is well worth it because it keeps all of my rsvp’s organized and thensome!
Post # 7
Weddingtracker.com is the cheapest website that I could find. Unless someone else found a site I didn’t, all of the free websites have horribly long URLs (i.e. http://www.weddingchannel.com/78o342789087sdf789/yournamehisnamefjsdk), or they have tons of advertising all over your website.
With weddingtracker you get a http://www.yournamehisname.com URL with lots of space to list registries, travel info, etc., plus guest list tracker, RSVP, gift tracker, thank you tracker, and more. Plus, I didn’t like a lot of the cheesy homepage templates that many sites offered and weddingtracker.com gives you the option of some pretty plain templates.
Post # 8
I use weddingannouncer.com It’s totally free, no ads and you can add and change things anyway you like.
Post # 9
I’m also using weddingannouncer.com. So far, I like all the features and the fact that it’s free. I don’t mind that the design is not personalized. It’s very user friendly
Post # 10
We’re on mywedding.com too. People have already started to RSVP through it, and it’s been totally fine. Picked it because it’s free (one less thing to pay for!) and it had some less froofy templates =)
Post # 11
I used wedshare.com mainly because it has good security features. You can choose to require your guests to enter their e-mail address before they enter the site, then you can see who has logged in! I think it was $79 for the year, and I got to personalize the URL. There are also other organizational features, like a seating chart, etc. I’ve been very pleased.
Post # 12
We haven’t officially chosen a website either and I’m kinda in the same boat as you that I just can’t decide. I’m a little torn on paying for wedshare, but that’s the one that I’ve played with the most and I like the most. I really like their RSVP feature, that it is unique to each guest (or family), unique username and password. I’m just concerned with the size of my guest list.
Post # 13
Wow! Thanks so much for all the responses! After hours and hours of playing with all the different website (free and paid) I finially decided on the free one on weddingwire.com
so far I have been happy with it! And I love their guestbook feature!
Post # 14
you can also use something like theweddinglens.com. its great for sharing photos.