(Closed) Wedding Website

posted 12 years ago in Technology
Post # 3
783 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

I looked on theknot.com website section and it’s really plain and you can’t customize it very much. I’d like to know where else to go to create a website.

Post # 4
768 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

weebly.com is a great customizable site. I used it for a planning site pre-blog and liked it. My wedding website though is through wedding window, which isn’t free (but I found it with a coupon for half off!)

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

I am using mywedding.com and really like it. It’s not as customizable as weebly, but it’s been great for setting up a website for our guests!

Post # 6
154 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: March 2010

I’m using weddingwire.com it has online RSVP and u can put a different song on each page, and it has a lot of tools like, weather tool, airline tool, etc.

and it’s free!!

Post # 7
264 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

I was about to start a post on this… FI’s brother is a computer programer, so while a wedding website wasn’t on my list of “must-haves”, why not take advantage…

So what is on your wedding website?

Post # 8
1753 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

I actually went with the route of going with a free generic website creator rather than a free wedding website.

I used Yola.com which gives you a free site with premium add on options that you pay for. Then during Godaddy’s frequent promotion I bought a personal site name for $2 for one year and just have the Yola site redirected to our personalized site name. And also using Wufoo (free online form creators) for our RSVP.

It’s actually a lot easier than it sounds! Cool

I chose one of their free preset layouts that had a editable header and tabs that did not get all screwed up by me adding more than the preset.

I have information like how we met, engagement, bridal party, ceremony/reception venue, accomodations, things to do/eat, RSVP, music requests.

I like it because there are so many widgets you can add to it that most free wedding website creators do not give you.

Post # 9
121 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

Wedding Mapper is great for their free maps. Now you can create a wesbite with them, but I already have a website with the knot and link back to my wedding mapper map.

I actually build and design websites and all of the free ones have limited customization, unless you know html. I ended up picking the one with the prettiest design.

Michelle Laughing

Post # 11
331 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 2015

Weddingwire.com is the best site there is. It links your wedding website with the RSVP list and has a seating chart tool. Loveee it!!

Post # 12
95 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

i used wix.com and bought a domain name and forwarded it to my wix website. (so guests type in our direct domain name, such as http://www.thejoneswedding.com –not our actual url but it is our future last name in it…) and it just fwds to the wix site. wix sites are flash based so they are pretty neat but it took a lot longer to create that than some of the other options out there (i also checked out mywedding.com and theknot.com’s sites)

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