(Closed) Invitations & Wedding Website

posted 4 years ago in Paper
Post # 16
7898 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

We used google sites for our wedding website. It’s very customizable, especially if you know some html. Plus, it’s google, so it’s awesome!

For our invitations we got them from vistaprint. 

Post # 17
493 posts
Helper bee

I also used Riley & Grey. It is pricey, but they email discount codes. I have gotten TONS of compliments on the site.  They have great sample sites available to look at.  I liked the password protection and the awesome designs. 

For save the dates,  I went with Minted. The quality of the post cards is excellent.  I used one with our photo too, and they really are just beautiful.  I highly recommend them. 


Post # 18
82 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2016 - Old Lake County Courthouse

Wedding website: The Knot

Save the Date: done by me thanks to Microsoft publisher

Invites: if I didn’t get graphics correct like I envisioned it, I will be supporting a local small business to do ours. Small businesses need support and love too. 😊

Post # 19
12 posts
  • Wedding: May 2016

appycouple.com is great for a website

Post # 20
213 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2016

I’m not setting up a wedding website but invites I’m ordering from cardsandpockets.com going the DIY route with pocketfold invites but they also offer printing if interested.  

  • This reply was modified 4 years, 2 months ago by  mrscorona.
Post # 21
104 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: Laurel Hall

lola5:  Hi 🙂 I just got my save the dates today! I love them! Minted does such a good job- the postcard paper is definitely thick enough, plus they printed the return address for free. This is the template we used:


Post # 27
1321 posts
Bumble bee

lola5:  yup! You can ask any questions you want for the guests to answer when they RSVP. You can also group guests together by families so they can RSVP for each other, and let certain guests RSVP for certain events. 

Post # 28
399 posts
Helper bee

mywedding.com because I liked having the side bar on the left (The Knot used to do this), and you do not show up in googlesearch

Post # 29
3169 posts
Sugar bee

We used squarespace for website and a local letterpress company for invites. We needed a customisable website as I wanted it to match our stationary suite.

If I had my time again I would do with minted. We ordered some samples and they were great quality – we just had something specific in mind so went a different route.

Post # 30
493 posts
Helper bee

lola5:  I used photos from an engagement session for the save the dates.  I used the photos for the website and save the dates.  He wasn’t crazy about the photo shoot at first,  but he warmed up to it as it was happening! We have about 100 excellent shots. I used one as a poster for a guest book that guests can sign as well.

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