How to get a free website for your wedding

Paper invitations are so last year. Why go to the hassle of sending out all your invites individually when you can design a whole website for the purpose. Wedding sites are growing in popularity, and rightly so. They’re easy to make, simple to use, and offer a wealth of information you could never fit on a piece of paper. If you want to invite your friends and family to your wedding the 21st century way, these are the free website for your wedding that can help you out.

Getting Married

It takes just minutes to set yourself up on this site. Getting Married offers an excellent range of website templates that you can adapt to fit your stylistic needs. You can go for something minimalist, something elegant, or go all-out with a design reminiscent of The Great Gatsby. It’s up to you.

Once you’ve made that tough decision, though, the rest is a breeze. Your guests will be able to RSVP on the website, as well as purchase the wedding gifts you’ve requested. They can also find great deals on accommodation in the area and easy-to-follow directions to the venue. It takes some of the stress of preparing for the wedding away from everyone, so you can all breathe a collective sigh of relief.

The Knot

If you have an idea in mind for the design of your wedding site, you’ll probably find it on The Knot. Their list of available themes is as vast as it is diverse – you’ll be glad to get it out of the way. The Knot is a great site to use if you want more than just a space to fill your guests in on the details of your big day. You can get a personalised spending plan arranged around your budget, as well as a checklist to ensure you don’t forget any of the prep for the big day.

If you still want the personalised touch of sending out an invite to your guests, that option is available, and you can even have the design match the one on your website. You don’t need to put much in the invitation, because everything they’ll need to know will be right there on your new site.

Wedding Planner

Wedding Planner does exactly what it says – provides somewhere for planning your wedding. Through the site, you can narrow down your suppliers with price, location and availability filters to find the perfect match for you. When it’s all arranged, you can make all your payments through the website and alleviate some of that stress that’s been building up.

That’s not all Wedding Planner can do for you, though. Like the other sites, it offers somewhere for guests to RSVP and see what gifts you want. It also provides a simple drag and drop feature that makes sorting out a table chart quick and easy. Now, you just have to worry about what to name each one.


If none of these sites sounds right for you, then perhaps you should give Luvbirds a try. It has all the perks that are offered elsewhere, and it only takes 60 seconds to set up. You could design this website in your sleep (although we wouldn’t recommend it). It allows you to take control of everything, and you don’t have to pay a thing for 12 months. People all over the world are using Luvbirds to prepare for their wedding, so you know you’re in safe hands.

For anyone that’s ever stressed about people taking too long to RSVP, we’ve finally found your solution. Your guests no longer have an excuse not to get back to you when confirming their attendance can be done with the click of a button. If only the rest of the wedding was so easy to plan.

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