In our last #weddingwednesday post we wrote about the type content you should include on your wedding website. What we didn’t discuss was where you should host your new website. If you’ve never built a website before you may not be familiar with hosting platforms. No worries! We’ve chosen 5 wedding website hosting sites that we think you’ll love.
Our top choice, Joy, is a free service that lets you build a wedding website. When you sign up you’ll get the following services:
- Planning dashboard
- Mobile app
- Cover style gallery
- Unlimited guest accounts
- Unlimited photo storage
They also offer daily technical support incase something goes wrong with your site. Their support can be accessed through the app they provide or through email.
Our next option, Squarespace, has 6 templates to get you started creating your wedding website. The personal option will cost you $12 a month, and if you plan on purchasing your domain for at least a year they’ll give you a discount on the subscription price. With your Squarespace subscription you’ll get the following features:
- A mobile-optimized website
- Website analytics
- SSL security
- 24/7 customer service
- Free custom domain name
You can also share photos from the journey to your big day and add a registry.
Third on our list is WeddingWoo. A subscription with them will run you $49 for one year, or $69 for two. In order to entice you WeddingWoo offers a free 7 day trial so you can see if you like their service and features, which include:
- A dashboard
- Unlimited file storage
- Customer support
- Preview editor
- Unlimited bandwidth
This may be a website you’ve heard of before. The Knot helps you prepare for your wedding day with ideas, advice, links to vendors, and products like wedding rings and dresses. You can almost find it all here, including a place to host your wedding website! You’ll get some cool features with your FREE subscription, including:
- Over 100 mobile friendly designs
- Personalized URLs
- RSVP collection
- Mobile app
Riley & Grey
The last website on our list, Riley & Grey is an expensive option, but you’ll get some features that are worth the expense. Included with your subscription are:
- Modern design templates
- Mobile-optimized experience
- Online RSVP management system
Riley & Grey have also partnered with third-party suppliers who can create paper invitations, save the dates, and RSVP cards based on some of their design templates. You can match the theme on your wedding website to your paper suite for maximum effect. Their hosting platform also take into account the different cultures and traditions for wedding all over the globe, with features that allow you to design your wedding website for the UK, South America, Middle East, Asia, and the US. A subscription will cost you $35 a month, or $240 for a whole year.