Whether you’re planning an intimate wedding or a large affair, keeping all your wedding guests informed of the big day’s details is important — especially when you’re hosting a destination wedding. The solution: A beautifully designed wedding website!

Wedding Website 101: Build an amazing wedding website

{Clockwise from left – Design templates from Appy Couple, The Knot & Wedding Woo}

Not tech savvy? Don’t fret. With an array of tools available, you can design your wedding website with ease. In fact, there are only three main steps: 1) BUILD – choose a design template, 2) CUSTOMIZE – upload all your content and 3) SHARE – publish your link and send away.

With so many wedding website production sites to choose from, it’s best to approach your selection with a few key elements in mind…

1) BUILD – Look and feel: Do the design templates speak to you? Can you customize the layout and features to fit your wedding theme and style as a couple? Will the design translate well to your Save-the-Dates and invitations?

2) CUSTOMIZE – Functionality and options: Is the site easy to navigate? Ability for your guests to RSVP online? Is there a spot for you to explain all of your events and include travel details? Is it mobile friendly? (Play around with a few demos!)

3) SHARE – Personalize your URL: What are the options for customizing your website’s URL? Can you upgrade to a personal vanity link?

Ready to get started? Take a peek at a few recommendations from past Breakers’ brides and grooms:

  • Appy Couple – Create a wedding website and dedicated app with over 500 stylish designs
  • The Knot – Easy setup, personalized URL and more than 80 beautiful designs
  • Wedding Woo – Build a personable and visual wedding website without templates
  • Wedding Window – Create your own wedding website with matching eCards
  • My Wedding – Personalized wedding websites with matching invitations
  • Wedding Wire – More than 400 designs sorted by color, style and invitation design

Finished your website and ready to share your experience? We’d love to hear your tips and ticks…

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