(Closed) Wedding website

posted 13 years ago in Technology
Post # 3
260 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2008

Here’s my cousin’s.   I thoguht she did a really good job, with all the sections/information she put on it.  The design could be more modern, sophisticated, but it’s not like a business website so…


Post # 4
1458 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

I LOVE mine – it’s so worth the $79! The budget tool is awesome, they have the best customer service – I had an issue uploading my guest list and they did it for me in a day!

They add new features and options every day and have a TON of page layout options and you can change it as much as you want if need be. When I started mine I had different colors in mind then I do now for the wedding, I just clicked and had a new "look".


I use wedshare.com and though I think you sound like you are making your own I think it might offer you some good ideas about what to add (pages) some things I didn’t think I would need and have actually used a lot. 

They have free tours and you can look at everything in there – maybe worth a look.

my page is private, but I hope looking at what they do offer might help you a bit. 

Post # 5
438 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2008

I just use mywedding.com, because its free and easy….with all the money I am spending on the wedding, I really couldn’t see paying for a website too!  yes some are nicer, but I am perfectly content with ours!



Post # 6
296 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2008

I’m using iWeb on my Mac to design our site pretty much from scratch. It’s been awesome to have complete control over the design and iWeb is SOOO easy to use! We then host it on our .Mac account and I do a blind forward from the domain I bought from yahoo. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me! I’ve had so much fun doing it and update it fairly oftin. I love the blog feature! And all my friends enjoy following along with our planning.



Post # 7
91 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: January 2007

I have a personal website that I just used a forwarding link to use my personal hosting account:


Post # 8
47 posts
  • Wedding: June 2008

Here’s our website that I created through weddingtracker.com. Hope it helps!




Post # 9
68 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

i use wedquarters.com


its about $30 a year, and for an extra $14, you can have your own domain name.

Post # 10
13 posts
  • Wedding: August 2008

i used wequarters as well, and i love it! i tried out a few sites during the free trial period, and wedquarters was the winner. it’s not free, but $30 for 12 months is much more reasonable than the $10/month or $80 for the year that other sites ask for. plus, it’s extremely user friendly and they have some great designs.

here’s our link:


hope this helps!

Post # 15
111 posts
Blushing bee

we are using weddingannouncer.com. the graphics are nothing to be impressed about but they do have a list of topics you can view to get ideas for what you want to present (i.e honeymoon, how we met, things to do etc)

Post # 16
116 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

Beccs and Bonnie, I’m also using iWeb, and LOVE it!  It took a few nights of tinkering with it to figure out what I was doing, but I basically created my own template from one of the templates they offer (moving things around to my liking, adding my own header in the form of a jpeg I created in Photoshop, etc.), then just duplicate the homepage each time I’m creating a new page and change the body copy or whatever I want to change.  I basically built the entire website over 4 nights this week…. still have some content to add, but it’s super easy and fun! I also have a .Mac account but I will buy another domain name to make it easier for our guests (probably no more than $15 for a year, I think)?

I will send you a Private Message with the link and login/password for you to see, if you’d like, since I’d rather not post that on here 🙂

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