Cost: $15 / month
include an RSVP options for all events (wedding + rehearsal dinner, etc.), a
guestbook, photo galleries, registry information, and password protection. With
a paid membership you can get password protection, more theme options and a custom domain.
However, even with access to all themes, in comparison they are still limited and you are stuck with the existing page
structure and layout (i.e. about pages are in Q/A format).
use and the amount of themes and plugins available makes for endless options.
Plus, there’s no expiration, so you can revisit year, after year. One downside:
the nicer themes might cost a few bucks, and customizing html and css is
possible, but tricky. There’s a lot of themes geared towards weddings here at
a variety of price points. If you want full control of your site, this is a
there. There are numerous themes to fit your day, they have matching invites
through Paperless Post, Wedding Divas and Minted, oh AND they’re free.
pricey side. They do have an option to ‘pay now and publish later’ minimizing
the time you actually need it live. You can do all the prep work and only pay
for the time the guests need to use it. There’s only a few themes, with little
color customization. However, I do think there designs are thoughtful and
dynamic and can fit a range of wedding aesthetics.
Cost: ~$35/ month
responsive, which means the site will remain beautiful on mobile, so guests can
easily browse the registry while shopping in store. Speaking of registries,
Squarespace offers an easy tool to accept cash – usually something you have to
find a third party tool to accomplish.
an ounce of html to get a great product. There’s also a bit of flexibility,
couples can create unique sub-pages like “In Loving Memory.” It also has tons
of themes that look sharp. Oh, and the hundreds of themes they offer? All