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Wedding Websites and How to Find the Right One!

When you look up "wedding website" on google, four hundred and twelve million options pop up in seconds. With so many options, you will never have the time to investigate and decide which wedding site is best. Well, we have the time and energy to figure this information out for you!


One of the first options to pop up after a google search is one that most of us have heard of, Zola. The Zola is a website founded in 2013 as an online wedding registry that allowed couples to register for gifts, experiences, and cash funds as well as add gifts from other stores, all in one place.

The Zola is equipped with many pre-made website templates, they can be customized for each couple(to an extent), and the editing process is very user-friendly. Invitations and other stationery that matches your website can be purchased via the website. They have created a space where any of your questions can be answered on Zola.


Minted.com was created in 2007 and takes pride in its values as a brand to put art first. They started as a stationery business, and over time have become this great environment for artists to tell and market their work to people.

If you want a boho-minimalistic look to your website, then I would recommend checking out Minted. Each remade website features earth tones, with trendy and classical fonts, to fit any wedding theme. The bridal party can purchase matching stationery to match their website, so getting your save the date cards or invitations are effortless.


WithJoy was founded in 2016 in San Francisco, with the mission to give engaged couples the place to create a completely customized website with ease and make the bridal journey more organized and enjoyable.

When creating your website on WithJoy, they gave you the power to create a website that will feature everything you need in one location, like an online registry, RSVP links, Q & A section, and many others. If you have an eye for design, I recommend going to WithJoy to create your wedding website; they are the most customizable and unique.


Other website creators, like Wix, Squarespace, and WordPress, do not specialize in wedding websites, but they do provide templates that can be customized.







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