I'm Lisa Kirk, a wife, mama, writer, and founder. Since 2010, Something Pretty has been home to my favorite memories, reflections, and inspirations. Thanks so much for reading!

Wedding Websites


I think one of the best parts of getting married in the twenty-first century is wedding websites. There’s no easier way of sharing information with your guests, collecting RSVPs, and even taking reception song requests. Plus, they’re yet another way to show off your personality and style as a couple, even before the Save the Dates hit the mail. There are lots of fun wedding website options, and today I thought I would share the pros and cons of some of my favorites!

{Wedding Jojo}
Pros: Whimsical and unique themes that are color customizable, two options for amount of content (one is free, the other is $14.99/month),  ability to password protect parts of your site (perhaps a bridesmaids-only planning section?)
Cons: Only eight design options, much more limited features for the free option

{Wedding Window}
Pros: Lots of themes with customizable colors, fonts, and website organization, six different package options, planning tools included with use of website
Cons: Bigger website packages are pricey

Pros: Lots of design options, unlimited photos, drag-and-drop editing, tons of great features (like online RSVP, a blog, and even music)
Cons: Not all designs are color customizable, costs $14.99/month or $99/year

{My Wedding}
Pros: Completely free, tons of designs organized by color and style, some designs created by major wedding stationary companies (so you can match your website to your stationary), access to My Wedding planning tools, unlimited photos
Cons:  Actually, I haven’t found any! :P

{Google Weddings}
Pros: Access to lots of Google planning tools, including Picnik, Google Docs, and Picasa (but don’t need to create a website to use them)
Cons: Only 12 relatively basic design options

{The Knot}
Pros: Undoubtedly the most popular wedding website host, both free and premium options, access to thousands of planning and inspiration tools on TheKnot.com
Cons: Can be boring since it’s used so frequently,  limited customization and design options

No matter what website host you use, a wedding website is an invaluable tool to keep guests up to date and make everyone’s life easier–what bride wouldn’t want that? :)








  1. I used MyWedding.com and was very pleased, especially since it was free.

  2. Chelsea says:

    i am totally book marking this page for one dayyyyyyyy :) ps. im in a long distance relationship too ! (6 months of the year during baseball season.. so hard!)

    • Hey Chelsea! I loved checking out your blog! It’s always nice to meet other girls going through long distance…we need to stick together :) Thanks for the comment!

  3. Charity says:

    I love that you broke these down for us. I’m not getting married soon (that I know of!) but it’s always good to look ahead! I love your blog by the way….can’t wait to browse through your archives!

    • Thanks so much, Charity! I’m not getting married yet either, haha :) But I love writing about weddings and I hope you enjoy reading about them on my blog! I loved checking out your blog, and your tumblr is beautiful! Can’t wait to follow and see lots more pretty things! :) Thanks for the comment!

  4. Thank you! I’m definitely going to check these out :)


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