Wedding Website 101
Wedding websites are a great way to share information with your guests, in real time and with up to date information.
Find a Website
1. The Knot: The Knot has over 100 free wedding websites in classic, modern, rustic and beach designs that are available in a variety of color schemes. ...
can sort through by color. You can view the details as well as a demo of each theme before you make the tough choice of choosing one.
3 . WeddingWire : Wedding Wire has over 120 designer website themes that are inspired by popular wedding icons like Vera Wang and Martha Stewart. They also have their own series of unique themes that you won't find anywhere else.
4 . eWedding : eWedding has a dozen gorgeous themes from the casual to the fabulous for you to use on the free wedding website that you create there.
5 withJoy : Joy's wedding websites have lots of bells and whistles including a global guest list, the ability to password protect your website, and giving you many ways to share your wedding details including your wedding party and travel details.
You can share your wedding website address on your save the date cards, wedding invitations, engagement party invitations or simply by sharing it through email.
What should I write as my introduction to my website?
Think about your welcome message as a warm introduction and invitation for guests to explore your wedding website in further detail and get excited about your big day.
What all should I include on my website?
Most websites shares everything from the date, place, and itinerary, to transportation and accommodation details....
A. RSVP's online are easy, especially for your guests that have long work schedules.
B. If the wedding is a destination wedding, you could include Timeline info, hotel accommodations etc...
C. Photos are a great way to keep everyone engaged and excited. Share pictures of the engagement party, proposal etc..
D. Adding your Gift Registry is an easy way for guests to shop your Must-Haves