I use Wedding Wire to keep me organized while planning, not for the website. I haven’t created a website anywhere else. However, I’m using GreenEnvelope for my invitations (so I can send them through email cause it’s easier for my fiancé and I and cheaper) and it tells me who’s RSVPed so far! For my registry I used Traveler’s Joy for the honeymoon fund. It suggests items your party can get for you and even excursions that your wedding party can pay for. It sends it all to you and you delegate the money to where it needs to go. It’s been a big help since my fiancé and I are planning a cruise to the Caribbean. We haven’t figured out how long for, but we’ve got a rough estimation of what we will need to book it.
Zola all the way! I love Wedding Wore for the awesome forums and whatnot. But for a wedding website, RSVP planning, and registry stuff, I’d definitely recommend Zola
I did both websites because sometimes there are issues are not quite website friendly, I have "The Knot" & Wedding Wire". They both are working out great! The only thing is you have to put everything on both so it was time consuming. If you like you can type in my information and see what I am talking about; mine is more detailed because we are having a Destination Wedding in Gatlinburg.
At least you can see what it would look like and if it is user friendly for your guest and also you can change the website link to what you want like I did so the guest can go online and find it quicker- PITTSWEDDING2019
Our website is through The Knot. I love the design of our website, it’s super user friendly, and we are using the online RSVP option. We also set up a honeymoon fund on our website which I really like. From what I’ve been told, it’s the only cash fund website that doesn’t charge you a fee when you cash it out
I got out invites from Basic Invite, but haven't activated our site on there. I'm not sure if I'm going to though. I've been keeping track of stuff the good old fashioned way with my trusty planning binder lol
I was able to download and print all the pages I've been using for planning from Basic Invite and it was free so all I had to buy was the actual binder.
I may activate the site later since FH and I created a wedding email address for questions and concerns.
I'm using WW for my website, and MyRegistry.com for the registry. I threw matching out the door as far as the website was concerned, but I've used BasicInvite for all of the stationery. I think I would have stayed with The Knot if I could have, but ultimately feel like Wedding Wire was my best fit.