I used the Knot... it was good except it kept deleting the gift data that I filled out.... luckily when I figured it out we hadn’t gotten too many gifts yet and I had remembered who got us what but... it was extremely annoying. At that point we had already sent out the website info though. It worked perfectly for website, registry, guest list, RSVPs, etc. It also lets you export the guest list as an excel sheet, so I just did that and then kept track of gifts in the excel doc.
We’re using the knot and like pp mentioned, we get emails anytime someone RSVPs. Also you have the option to sync with your contact list on your phone and add phone numbers and addresses automatically. Then, when your RSVP date is getting close, it will mass text or email everyone who hasn’t RSVPd who you have contact info listed for. I was also able to add hotel accommodations, things to do, bridal party, our story etc
I used withjoy. The website was completely free - but fairly basic (limited templates with typical features such as adding photos, story, FAQ, etc). My favorite aspect was it allowed me to create free e-vites (and buy matching paper for those we opted to do that with) as well as having a pretty streamless online RSVP system. It also has an app, if that's something you think is useful for you. I used it to see who RSVP's without going into the website or spamming my e-mail. I gave my bridal party access to it so they could also send e-vites for other events.
know it's not the most popular site, but I recommend it.
I really like Joy (withjoy.com)! It has been great as far as layouts that I liked, easy-to-use RSVP tool, guest contact features, and ability to embed registry links. Like Nikita mentioned, you can also do your whole guest list and send e-vites (I am not doing this but that’s very convenient)
I'm not going to lie I tell everyone I prefer the knot.. that's what we're using. we paid the $20 or whatever it was to have our own domain "___andkellie.com" which makes it even easier for guests. the only thing that took me a second was figuring out how to add meal options but one quick google search and I was set. If you need any help with it you can message me now that I've figured it out lol
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I have to and already had everything set up to do it that way. We have not had 1 complaint yet but invites not gone out yet. I did put my number and a way to contact me on the invite
I'm using Zola since I couldn't get the wedding website feature on WW to work. I've been vwey happy with the variety of templates available, ease of use, and the ability to create different events and indicate who is invited and can RSVP to each.
I'm using wix.com. Super customizable. I have the RSVP page where I linked my email to get a notification when someone actually does it through the site. I have a page with the wedding info and I added a "local activities" as well. I got it set up to where you can click on the photo and it'll take you to their website. I put the address under the photo and I also added a "directions" button. Click that button and the maps page will pop up with address already inserted into the "destination" line. All you would have to do is insert where you would be leaving from. I'm still working on hotel info.