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Wedding Website - Suggestions?


I am looking for a cheap (less than $20) option for a wedding website that will allow me to somewhat personalize the URL. My Knot one is so cute, but unfortunately I don't think I can customize the URL.

Any suggestions?

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jillybeans233 jillybeans233 1 year 40 weeks
Brides.com has a pretty great forum! You'll find really great suggestions for other bride-to-be's. I used it for my wedding and I found some really great money saving tips on there.
GemmyBexar GemmyBexar 1 year 48 weeks
Weebly is free, though. Forgot to mention that.
GemmyBexar GemmyBexar 1 year 48 weeks
I'm actually working on mine right now. I use Weebly for my non-profit's website and have a professional membership with them, so I used that and buy my domain through Google Apps. I get my domain for $10 a year, which is perfect, since it will be deleted once the domain runs out.
MzThomas14 MzThomas14 5 years 18 weeks
i KNW A WEBSitE tHt y00h CAN USE.. www.webs.com
0fashionqueen 0fashionqueen 5 years 29 weeks
That is a very sweet website that you have their.
jomygoodness jomygoodness 5 years 32 weeks
i suggest you find one of those wedding websites whose templates you like the most (theknot.com, mywedding.com, etc.), and purchase a domain want (ex. www.johnandjane.com) thru GoDaddy.com or DotEasy.com, then set it up for "domain forwarding". That way, your visitors will get to type whatever your domain is, and it will automatically re-route them to your free wedding website. GoDaddy & DotEasy are inexpensive when purchasing your domain. Hope that helps.
0fashionqueen 0fashionqueen 5 years 33 weeks
I did a website not to long ago, but I let it go because I really did not find a reason to do it anymore. However, I think I am gone to start it back up, but for another reason attached. I would tell you to google it like I did to fine a great bargain and their are some really good ones out their, but look out for the cheesy ones.
Mammapato Mammapato 5 years 39 weeks
A Free website that is fun and super amazing with all the help it gives you is www.weddingwire.com. That is where mine is and I love it!!!!!!!!! I log on everyday. It lets you have a guestbook, music request page, and you can have 100 pages on it! It is free and amazing! And you can semi-customize your URL. Let me know if you set one up and I will send you my link.
JessieSP JessieSP 5 years 42 weeks
Sorry. I can't think of any fabulous one right off the top of my head this morning. But I will email if I find something great today while surfing the Internet.
tellyy tellyy 5 years 42 weeks
you can try mywedding.com it's free
humangirl humangirl 5 years 43 weeks
You could get a free blog like BlogSpot, then buy a domain... which shouldn't cost more than $10 per year. Most blog sites should have instructions on how to redirect your domain to your blog, or you can find them tons of places online. Also, there are lots of free blog templates up for grabs, if you aren't into building them yourself.
tdsollog tdsollog 5 years 46 weeks
Can you do something through MSN, Yahoo, or blogspot? I've been married for a little over 15 years, so this is all new to me.
anned anned 5 years 46 weeks
Thanks demure20 - that one is a little costly though. Turns out that I DO in fact have a URL that has my name on it for theknot.com but I am still open to see other layouts!
pepperysunshine4 pepperysunshine4 5 years 46 weeks
IDK but if I see anything I will surely let you know.
QueenMargot QueenMargot 5 years 46 weeks
Sorry, but I have no idea. Good luck!
demure20 demure20 5 years 46 weeks
Are you asking for $20 for the whole year or on a monthly basis? My friends having been using this: http://www.weddingwindow.com/?cid=32788655549165966