Post # 1
Okay, I find myself feeling about to give in. While I am not as computer savvy as some of you bees, I have put together websites for school assignments using templates of several types. However when I google "wedding website" a lot of options come up!
If you are using one of the websites out there as your wedding website design help (eweddings.com, etc) could you let me know which one, and what your experience has been with your site? I am looking for something relatively easy to use, but with some fun features. Thanks!!
Post # 3
I’m using Wed Share (www.wedshare.com) and I love it, they have new options added daily, it’s easy to navigate, their cutomer service is top notch (i needed som help getting my guest list into their program and they did it for me in less then a day!)
It was about $70 but I assure you totally worth it!!!
Post # 4
I used http://www.theweddingtracker.com/ but I checked out several different sites to find the set-up I liked best (I was home sick and really bored!). I liked that you could put your wedding party into two columns instead of 1 long one.
I think if you go to theknot they have links to associated sites as well.
Post # 5
I’m using WedShare, too… although I haven’t noticed any new options added since I signed up a month ago. It’s really easy to use, you get your own domain name, and there’s lot of nifty planning tools, too (budget calculator, guest list organzier, seating chart manager, online RSVP, correspondence tracker, etc.).
It is a bit costly, but it ended up being worth if for us.
Post # 6
if you have a mac, i used iWeb to design our website and it took all of 30 minutes. it’s literally click and drag for the whole thing. it took more work to scan in all of our pictures than it did to make the site. dreamweaver and other web design programs work in pretty much the same way, but i think iWeb is the easiest.
i also used godaddy.com to buy the domain name and host the site. it cost $42 for the name and hosting for a year. it comes with an online tool that lets you upload your website from your computer to the web that’s actually pretty intuitive.
feel free to PM me if you want more info about how i did it!
Post # 7
I used the website available through mywedding.com. It is free and very simple to use. 🙂
Post # 8
weddingtracker.com! it has so many helpful (and fun) features. if you want, email me, i’ll send you our website and password so you can check it out.
Post # 9
i also use mywedding.com.. it has everything you would need to create a website and with many different theme backgrounds for use. =)
Post # 10
I’m another one on WedShare. The templates are really easy to use and, while I’ve done a good bit of xhtml work, I’d rather have a template for my wedding website and one less thing to worry about.
What sold me was the fact that I could upload as many pics and videos as I wanted, and I could purchase the website after the wedding on cd to keep in like the photo album for the wedding.
Post # 11
Wedding Tracker all the way! It has all the nice, easy to use features that you need and only costs $30 if you use the Knot discount. Check out my website! http://www.jonandnicole.com
Post # 13
We made a googlepages site because it is free, and you did not have to live with one of the templates that have those cheesy words and flowers in the background. If I was going to have something like that, I wanted it to match our colors, invites, etc and nothing did. Googlepages is easy to use, and we just made it really simple with lots of pictures, etc. I would recommend it.
Post # 14
WeddingWindow.com has been amazing. Excellent features, very easy to use, straight forward, and also voted the best wedding website provider by the Wall Street Journal. Yay!
Post # 15
Oh wow, nicgac, one of your groomsmen has a monkey!!! You should think about having him be the ring bearer. (Haven’t you always wanted a monkey?)
Post # 16
I’ve also been loving weddingwindow.