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bride2be1984 bride2be1984 8 years
We used http://www.weddingannouncer.com that site is free as well. What's great is that they also offer photo space which is a thing alot of other free sites don't do. Highly recommended.
c0rkie c0rkie 8 years
thank you. i'll be sure to remember this when it's time for my big day ^^i
kalim kalim 8 years
We used WeddingPath.com for ours - cool templates and it's FREE (my fave price).
UTnikki81 UTnikki81 8 years
I used the new option Google has for making pages. It was completely free, but you have to use set templates and formats. It was great in a pinch though!
a-geek a-geek 8 years
There are tons of great hosting companies nowadays. A lot of times you can get a great deal with whoever you register the domain with (Godaddy, Yahoo, etc.), but otherwise try http://dreamhost.com or http://1and1.com which are both cheap and reputable.
burlingtonbride burlingtonbride 8 years
Great post. I bought our domain name from Yahoo and used the Yahoo Site Builder to make the wedding website. They have some nice templates so you don't need to be HTML savvy at all! It was so easy and a lot of fun. Do check it out if you haven't made your site yet.
kmcconne79 kmcconne79 8 years
julieulie - way2host.com has what you're looking for... i've always had good luck with them... :)
julieulie julieulie 8 years
GeekSugar, do you have any suggestions for hosting? I am in the process of making my wedding webpage using Dreamweaver (none of the predesigned sites online were exactly what I wanted, so I decided to make my own). I registered my domain name a few weeks ago but am not looking around for hosting, preferably for under $10-$15/month. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
bessa bessa 8 years
Wedding Window costs money, but is very easy to use and looks very professional when you're done.
vrico2005 vrico2005 8 years
I use theknot.com and it is wonderful! Has everything I need and much much more!
kscincotta kscincotta 8 years
I found that TheKnot.com worked really well, but they didn't have all the registries automatically linked that we needed so we needed to add that info ourselves. They may have updated that in the last two years, though.
Angelica Angelica 8 years
Oh I can't wait to design mine! Thanks!
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