Post # 1
Looking for advice… Do most of you have wedding websites? If so, can you reccommend one for me? Also, after asking for advice on paper VS online invitations, the unanimous opinion was paper all the way. Some of you suggested online RSVP online though. That seems easier to manage. What site do you use for that?
Post # 2
I am using http://www.mywedding.com for my website. It is free, which is nice.
What I like about the wedding website and responding online is that I am able to include tons of info online that would be more cumbersome to include on an invite. I like that. Plus, people can contact us through the website with any questions. I think that makes people more apted to ask questions rather than having to call us.
Post # 3
We are using http://squarespace.com/ and we really like it 🙂
Post # 4
I am using weddingwire.I created it mainly because my wedding is a bit further away and guests need accommodations so I wanted them to have that information early. I am also using the online RSVP function that it has. I haven’t sent out the invites but I had a few people test out the RSVP and it works fine. Its pretty simple too. One advice I have is if you plan to put tons of information on your website, make sure the info is saved somewhere on your comp too. My friend’s site had problems and she lost all the information (and she had a lot!) so she had to redo everything.
Post # 5
We’re using http://www.weebly.com/ and we’re very pleased with it. You design the site yourself but it’s very user friendly. It’s free if you don’t mind a little banner advert for Weebly at the bottom.
We’re going to use RSVPify for online invites. It’s free if you have fewer than 100 guests. We will embed an RSVP button on our website linked to our RSVPify page. We’ve added the guest list to the online RSVP site and designed our page but we haven’t sent invites out yet so don’t know how it will work. Would love to hear feedback if anyone has used it before!
Good luck in your research!
Post # 6
Gettingmarried.com. Recommended by a friend who used it and now using it for online RSVPs and menu choices. Seems to be working nicely!
Post # 7
- Wedding: Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception/The Gallery
We’re using http://www.rileyandgrey.com and love it. There is an online RSVP option that we’ll be using–I love their guest content controls, you can really personalize who sees what (ie: Rehearsal info for some and not others, etc.)
It’s one of the more pricey options but I just did a quick search for promo codes and ended up getting 50% off. Totally worth it.
Post # 8
We have a website. We plan to put all the helpful hints for our wedding on there. The location is tricky to find if you’re not familiar with the area, and also we will put room block info and other things like that on it when the time is right.
We are doing paper invites, though. My guests are not tech savvy!
Post # 9
I’m using theknot.com. It’s easy and looks nice. We are doing paper invites and RSVPs. We are also using the websites RSVP feature.
Post # 10
I used the knot. But then I changed and set up one at Wix.com – there’s a free option but I had an account already for a diff website so I just use the ad free one.
Post # 11
DrunkInLove: I second Riley and Grey. I have had so many compliments on our website already!