Read the Blog



Choosing your wedding website

March 14, 2019

They say “The best things in life are free” and when it comes to wedding planning, this is a mantra any couple happily welcomes in with open arms.

With the endless expenses that come with planning a wedding, every penny saved counts. One very big way to cut costs is with a wedding website. Lucky for you there are so many free wedding website builders available and you don’t have to be tech savvy to create one.

Wedding websites are great for communicating all the information that you just can’t seem to fit in your wedding invitations: bachelor/bachelorette information, engagement party information, rehearsal dinner information, registry information, hotels, directions, guest attire, information about the couple, photo gallery, collecting RSVPs online, etc all in one spot. — saving you tons of money on stationary and stamps. Many websites even have matching printed wedding invitations available designed to match your wedding website and design and stationary; cute and coordinated! That way you can still save money by asking guests to RSVP online and have something physical for them to hold onto.

And if you choose to go completely paperless, you can simply send your unique wedding website links directly to your guests via e-mail or text  — which means you don’t have to spend a single penny on save-the-dates or wedding invitation suites, stamps for save-the-dates, wedding invitations, and RSVPS (if you have a wedding guest count of 50 – 100 guests, that’s over $300 – $570 in savings).

Think of it as your very own personalized digital hub for all things related to your special day. When we live in a digital era where most of us are glued to our phones and computers, it only makes sense to go this digital route. Not only will your wallet thank you, but so will your guests; they can pull up all your wedding related information any time without having to run back home to their refrigerator to view your invitations.

Here’s a list of our top favorite free wedding websites:

Minted Weddings

Photo Source:


Wedding Wire

The Knot

Photo Source:



Photo Source:



Photo Source: Float Media


By Amber Rose Zubrod

Contributing Writer

comments +

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *