Tonight we are covering the ever so interesting topic of the “Wedding Website.” How to use it, some of our favorite platforms and what to include on your custom site! These handy dandy user friendly sites can be used as a tool to cover every wedding detail. Start building your site with the story of how your sweetie popped the question (everyone is dying to know!). After that, you can include wedding details like lodging and transportation recommendations, wedding registries, specific accommodations or fun things for your guests to do around town.
Enjoy! xo, Calluna
Riley & Grey is a luxury wedding website company that offers some seriously fabulous templates and features. We love the variety of templates they offer, and every couple can truly find something that fits their wedding style!
Price :: $35 per month or purchase a yearly package with 40% in savings!
Photos via Riley & Grey
The Knot is not only a fabulous wedding site for future brides but they also fantastic free wedding websites! “You can create a free personalized site right on The Knot. With more than 100 different color and style combos to choose from, we’re positive you’ll find one that suits your wedding perfectly.”
Price :: Free
Photos via The Knot
We are officially obsessed with Wix.com and all of their stunning wedding website templates. Not only does Wix offer endless options for wedding website styles but they are also free! Explore Wix.com and you will not be disappointed.
Price :: Free
Photos via Wix.com
Squarespace offers six unique and clean templates to choose from. Among other easy to use features, this site has a mobile-friendly template…and let’s be honest, it’s a necessity now a days! Sign up to get a 14 day free trial and if you like what you see, packages range from $8-$16/month. AKA, a total steal!!
Price :: $8-$16 per month
Photos via Squarespace
With over 400 wedding website designs that are mobile friendly, Weddingwire is guaranteed to have a template perfect for you!
Photo via Weddingwire.com
Featured Image :: Steve Stanton Photography