Post # 1
MR. M and I are trying to decide whether to do or not to do a wedding website. We’re leary about putting our private ceremony information online. Are there any actual private wedding websites that we can password protect? Has anyone else been aprehensive about wedding websites? Did you take the plunge and create one?
Post # 3
I used http://www.bigdaypage.com. I didn’t worry about the privacy too much because you have to have the correct URL but it hasn’t really worked out for me. I have only had a hand full of people RSVP through there. No one has taken advantage of the information about the hotel booking and it just doesn’t seem to be as exciting to everyone else as it was to us. It really was a waste of my time. I’m going to have to send RSVPs with the invitation which was the whole point of the website to begin with. I wanted to be Green but it just doesn’t suit everyone else who are used to a more traditional form of invitation.
Post # 4
i also worried about privacy and decided to just have an RSVP page, rather than an actual website. But some sites allow you to password protect your page, otherwise if people google your names the website will come up
Post # 5
I didn’t see the point in one, but for some reason I made one and people have told me they LOVE it. I am actually using the one that the knot provides, and people have told me that actually can’t just search for me, that they had to have the actual link to access it. I don’t know about any that are password protected, but unless you have some serious reason to believe there could be troublesome people at your wedding, I wouldn’t worry about people “crashing” it or something.
(Really, if people wanted to crash a wedding, they could just go to pretty much any wedding venue on a saturday night and walk in…)
Post # 6
weddingwire allows password protection