Post # 1
Its about that time (or past time) that we get workin on a website! I’m wavering between what’s easy and free, and what looks best. Which sites are you ladies doing yours through? Do you pay so you aren’t on a “hosted” site? What have you found to be best??
Post # 3
I have a website on the Knot for free but I must admit it’s kind of cheesy. I just don’t want to pay for a site but those are the nice ones.
Post # 4
You could pay for a domain (like $10) and then use the free google sites :o)
Edit: That’s what Miss Ribbons did.
Post # 5
mine is free… hosted by Brides.com. it’s super easy, you can decide which pages you want on there and which you don’t… here’s mine, http://www.metzgerlukasik.brides.com if you want to check t out
Post # 6
We’re using Project Wedding for our site. It’s free and I thought they had the nicest designs of any of the host sites we looked at. I’m not sure they have an RSVP function, if that’s important to you.
Post # 7
I’m using Project Wedding – they have a good variety of designs and it is super easy to edit. You also get huge flexibility as to what to include on the site.
Post # 8
Mine is hosted by weddingwire.com. I chose weddingwire b/c at the time I liked the RSVP feature better than other free sites I had looked at. I was/am planning on giving people the option of RSVP’ing online, and weddingwire allows you to enter each guest as “group”, and when guests RSVP for themselves and their +1, the +1 name comes up….so they can’t add people you didn’t type in!!
I do not love the themes, but that is just because they don’t necessarily match my colors.
Otherwise, it has been easy to work with, but I’m sure most are!
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Post # 10
Mine is hosted by Project Wedding. They had the best looking templates and is pretty user friendly.
Post # 11
We’re using WedSite… it’s $49 a year but it’s password protected, which is important to us since people could potentially be googling Mr. KM’s name for his profession at some point.
Post # 12
This reminds me of a post I posted when I first joined wedding bee.
I love http://www.mywedding.com it’s free and easy to use and it’s very pretty and informational all my friends and relatives thought it was cute…
My wedding website is
it’s sooo long..
anyhow let us know when you make one.. k
Post # 13
We used the knot! Yay the other ones are nicer but I really couldn’t justify spending the money on something that would be just as informative on a free site!
Post # 14
I hosted mine like a “regular” website. It’s $6.25 a month and we can keep it forever and add whatever we want. My friend did this and has added honeymoon and baby photos. Design is really easy using iWeb on a mac. I wanted my website to be unique, not a fill-in template from a wedding site. I can send the host info to anyone who wants it.
Post # 15
Thanks for all your help and ideas! Loving looking through yall’s websites 🙂 So fun!
rachelss…i hadnt even thought of iWeb! Such a good idea…I might check that out! FH could care less what the thing looks like (I love him more than anything, but he’s so not into the details) so I’m just exploring the options and trying to make the decision myself! I am pretty tech-savvy, just am trying to decide if the cost is worth it…and what I can get where for free! Options, options…
Post # 16
I used wedsite.com as well. I like the password protection simply for the fact that the idea that someone could go to any wedding site, find out when, where, and how large of a wedding it is, and that seems a bit risky to me. There are more incidences of weddings getting robbed/money boxes disappearing, and hey, you never know about a crazy ex showing up or something! I really like the templates and user-friendly aspect of wedsite. It was $69 for two years and I found a $10 off coupon with a google search 🙂 I’m so happy with it, I can hardly wait to get it done and let our families and friends check it out!