free wedding websites

Creating your wedding website is one of the most important first steps of wedding planning –  your wedding website sure to become your guests’ go-to source for all of your wedding information and details. And now, WeddingWire has made designing a personalized wedding website even easier with our revamped wedding website tool! Check out these exciting new features we’re sure you’ll love:

Mobile and Tablet Friendly: Each of our free wedding websites will be available in a new, stacked layout that’s easier to navigate on a mobile or tablet device for your guests on the go!

More Wedding Website Designs to Choose From: Whether your style is rustic, vintage, classic, glamorous, beachy or totally unique, we’ve got a gorgeous website design for you (yup, there are over 400 to choose from)! Don’t forget to personalize your website by customizing the colors and fonts to match your wedding theme and color palette. For an even more personalized site, you can use your engagement photo as a backdrop!

Better Website Editor: We’ve made it easier than ever to edit and update the text on your wedding website. You can even work on your website text behind the scenes and publish when you’re ready to share!

Ready to create your personalized wedding website? Get started by checking out our free wedding website templates here!

QuickTip: Wedding Website

Posted by mallen on Aug 19, 2011


I was reviewing the “save the date” postcard one of our clients sent our way.   The card was adorable with two simple messages:

  • save this date, we are getting married!
  • check out our website for fun up-to-date info

So I decided to go visit their website.  It was one of those free websites that are available through many wedding planning website.  And it took me three times to correctly type in the mile-long address.  Once I got there, the site was adorable – very classy and sophisticated design with plenty of well organized information.

And I wondered…:

  • How many people entered that long website address incorrect (like I did) more than once (like I did) and gave up trying (like I almost did)?