Featured Site: Customized, Free Wedding Web Sites

Last week we mentioned the idea of including a small accessory card in your wedding invitation packet directing guests to your wedding Web site. And while the idea behind creating a personalized wedding Web site is certainly appealing, many brides view this project as too daunting to add to the never-ending list of wedding planning must-dos. That’s why we love the amazing–and free–wedding Web site templates at mywedding.com! TGK is an official partner with mywedding.com which means that many of TGK‘s most popular design motifs are available as templates for the free wedding Web sites. So you can carry the theme of your wedding invitations and stationery through to your own online site!

Unlike most of its predecessors, mywedding.com makes creating your very own, highly customized wedding Web site an unbelievably simple process. It took us just a few minutes to get our own sample site up and running and it really looks like a professional Web designer created it from scratch! We love the streamlined organization of each site that makes it super simple for guests to find exactly what they are looking for while showcasing even the most mundane details with style and beauty. And for those of you who love sharing photos online, mywedding.com allows you unlimited photo storage, which is great for sharing photos with guests after the big event.

Let us know in the comments section if you’re using a mywedding.com site or if you’ve had luck with another wedding site host. We want to feature a few of our customers’ sites in a future blog series with ideas to help other brides make their wedding Web sites both unique and useful – and we get our best ideas from you!

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