It’s no surprise The Knot gives us the option to create our own wedding websites as well as everything else! They have an extensive collection of fab, modern themes that you can use. You need to sign up to become a member but it’s completely free and then you can get started on your site!
This is another completely free option. My Wedding takes you through a very simple set up where you can choose your site address (e.g. mywedding.com/LaurenBen). You can rename the tabs of your pages and collect RSVPs & dietary requirements from your guests. I used this site for our wedding and loved it!
The final free website of the bunch! eWedding is another user friendly option with some nice themes. It is more limited in themes than TheKnot & MyWedding but still worth considering if you’re having trouble finding a style that is you and your other half.
With Wedding Woo you can create a really clean and modern wedding website in a super user friendly way. You can include fun widgets, like the countdown timer in this example. And, it’s also integrated with Instagram so you can easily collect photos from your day. There is a cost attached to this option though – $49 for a year or $69 for 2 years.
Wedding Window is a beautiful site with a great selection of site themes to choose from. You can build your site complete with RSVP functions for free and if you want to embellish a little or have a custom url (e.g WeAreTheSmiths.com) you can for between $89 for 1 year and $129 for 2 years.
I embraced online tools for all my wedding planning (blogs, pinterest, wedding websites), so this option was right up my street. I really loved collecting RSVPs and messages from our guests this way as well. It is worth considering your guests before you pour hours into your site. Even if you are tech-savvy and live your life online, if 90% of your guest list do not, this may not be the right option for you and you can stick with the traditional method of communication.