Dedicating a website to your wedding is an efficient way to combine all the details of your wedding. I am personally planning my own wedding next summer in Europe and I have guests attending from all over the world. I love that on our "wedding website" we can share with everyone at once all the events we have planned and provide information for airports, hotels, and other fun things to do in my city. People can visit it at their leisure and this will save everyone a ton of time spent going back forth with questions. It's perfect!
I personally chose Zola.com because it's free and I loved their templates but there are so many options out there to help you build your dream wedding website.
Squarespace: This user-friendly platform guides you as you make a mobile-ready website where you can collect all your important wedding info. Squarespace has customer service and support so it’s a great option for the technologically-illiterate.
Riley & Grey: Like Squarespace, Riley & Grey offers customer service support and a custom domain name option. You probably won’t even need any help because the editor is so simple.
Wedding Woo: Wedding Woo prides itself on having “non-cheesy” templates, so check them out if you are looking for something a little different than your standard bridal appearance. They offer Instagram hashtag and RSVP support.
Cordially: Cordially offers simple to funky designs. Another solid option if you are looking for a more unique look for your wedding site.
Appy Couple: This website guides you through the process of creating an interactive website and an accompanying app where you can gather RSVPs, photos, travel details and whatever else is needed for your wedding needs. It’s user friendly and intuitive, meaning no stress to build. There are over 500 designs to choose from.
Zankyou: Like Appy Couple, Zankyou helps you make a site and an app where you and your spouse-to-be can consolidate all important wedding info including maps and hotel recommendations.
Zola: Zola is a wedding registry that offers wedding website creation. They have over 30 designs and they track your RSVPs for you. They even offer an FAQs section to your site where you can direct all those annoying last-minute calls and texts from attendees.
The Knot: With over 100 sleek templates to choose from, The Knot is free and allows you to combine your registry, guest list and checklist. You can even add an interactive forum for guests.
Wedding Wire: Make your website super personalized with the custom photo backdrop. Really cool feature: their WedSocial app, which allows your friends and family to post photos instantly from their mobile device onto the site. So, you won’t miss any candid moments!
Minted: Simple and clean, like a mint, these wedding sites are free if you use the Minted’s templates. If you upgrade, you can customize the background to you and your love. Include all your deets, and link up your registry.
One Page Love: This is great for those who want a site with basic details about the wedding. It’s called One Page Love because the sites are only one page. That means, no "about page", and no "photos page". Just the main page!