Post # 1
I know this thread is out there somewhere, but I can’t find it for the life of me! I have been starting to play around with ideas for our wedding website and I wondered what my fellow bees are using? I’d prefer to use a free one, but I also want to be able to customize it… so many of the themes on these sites look a little hokey for our taste.
So how ’bout it? What do you guys reccomend?
Post # 3
I have a mywedding.com account. I thought it was very easy to set up. They have some pre-set pages, but also some that you can sort of design yourself to have any info you want on it
Post # 4
The knot can host a site for you, I think its fairly easy to upload your info on there.
Post # 5
I use a site at theknot.com You can even customize your URL now. Most of the backgrounds aren’t that silly and I found it really easy to upload all of my information.
Post # 6
I’m using weddingtracker.com, we have our own url traceyandrichard.com. It was $29 for a year, a got a promo code from the knot. I like it so far
Post # 7
- Wedding: May 2010 - Victorian Gardens of Two Sisters
I’m using wedshare.com and I like it so far. It has a lot of neat features, and a whole lot of templates to pick from. I wasn’t very impressed with a lot of the website hosting companies’ template choices.
Post # 8
i’m using a free knot site, but I am hosting it at an address I got for $1.19 at godaddy.com.
See my blog here on how i set it up!
Post # 9
- Wedding: March 2010 - Calamigos Ranch
I used mywedding.com. I don’t know if you can actually customize the design like someone else said, but they use designs from popular wedding invitation designers and some of them are really nice.
Post # 10
I used http://www.weddingwindow.com – it’s not free, but have so many more features than the free sites, I thought it was worth it.
Post # 11
- Wedding: August 2009 - Bernardo Winery
I’m also using wedding tracker, it was really easy to set up and we got our own wesbite address for a year 🙂
Post # 12
i’ve liked ewedding.com. the free option has a lot of page options, and i thought the designs were better than the others i had seen. i think the one i chose is "linen". the one catch- it is only hosted free for a year. of course to upgrade there were more options available, but i thought the free option was just fine for me.
if your looking more for design, i saw a really nice damask design on websites through brides.com a lot too. that was my second choice;)
Post # 13
We’re using mywedding.com, and have a custom URL that we got from godaddy.com and "pointed" at our mywedding page. I just liked the templates they had, and the fact that they have an online RSVP option. Very easy to set up and fill with photos, stories, info, etc.
Post # 14
We’re actually using WordPress.com, with most of the blog stuff taken out, and mostly pages, because I liked how easily I could customiz and edit everything. Not sure how we’re going to take care of RSVPs yet, but I like it so far.
Post # 15
We used http://www.weddingwindow.com too! It’s really great. Lots of options, very professional looking, super easy to use and great customer service.
Post # 16
I’m usinf Mywedding.com also. I haven’t had any problems with it.