(Closed) Wedding Websites?

posted 13 years ago in Technology
Post # 17
14 posts
  • Wedding: May 2009

I’ve been very happy with ewedding( http://www.ewedding.com ). For $4.95/month we got our own domain name, lots of customizable features, and you don’t have to be extremely tech-savvy to use it.

Post # 18
5 posts

Try ewedding.com  Easy and within the same price range as all others mentioned above.

Post # 19
231 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: February 2009 - Small church ceremony with mountain-view log cabin reception

I used weddingtracker.com and found a great coupon code online. They have a wonderful online RSVP program and literally everything is set out for you to use. It’s soo easy.

Post # 20
22 posts

I HIGHLY recommend weddingwire.com… only because online RSVP was really important to me. (Its comprehensive and you can add as many events as you like, make sure a guest is only invited to certain events, and you can cap their numbers of rsvps). They also have pretty backgrounds although I feel like the look of the sites were better at mywedding.com. I def. recommend you look at both of these sites and best of all they are both FREEEEEE! I don’t believe you have to pay for a site just to have great services…

Post # 21
7 posts

We used iWeb, which is one of the programs that comes with the iLife programs for Mac.  This was the first time I’d used it, or ever even created a webpage.

Our site came out beautifully after about two hours of work one evening, thanks to the classy templates included in iWeb, and looks quite professional.  We were also able to register our own domain name (www.firstnameandfirstname.com).

Originally, my fiance had created a webpage using WordPress, but I decided it just didn’t look good enough–too obviously built on a blog interface–so he was happy to replace it when I showed him the iWeb creation.  iWeb is better about allowing you to place text and photos, of whatever size, wherever on the page you desire.

Post # 22
4 posts
  • Wedding: October 2008

We use http://www.ewedding.com. it’s awesome and they’re reasonably priced as well. You get to create your own domain, ours is http://www.monkeyseamonkeydo.com, show/hide pages as you need and you can manage RSVPs from the site.  They also offer the option to have a keepsake (digital download or CD) of your website. We added music, videos and photos; all of our guests compliment us on it and we’re really happy.

Our website is a great help and useful tool for us since we are planning a destination wedding, we’ve taken advantage of the mailing list and update features that ewedding offers.

They currently offer a 2 week free trial so you can see how it works. 

Good luck!


Post # 23
11 posts
  • Wedding: March 2009

My fiance created ours (useful that he is a web designer!). We designed an email save the date that linked to our site, so people could enter their addresses for the actual invite. Once we send out the invites, we will add a RSVP feature as well.

I told him that he should sell the design! He wants to make it so couples are able to enter to enter/change the information themselves. 

Check out our web-site at http://www.sara-christian.com/


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