i've had a lot of questions recently from brides who are interested in setting up their very own wedding websites, but are disappointed by either a) the lack of customization on some of the free sites like theknot.com, or b) the expense of some of the grander sites like weddingwindow.com. what's a bride to do? especially in this economy, where she would rather spend her hard-earned cash on beautiful ranuncula centerpieces for her tented reception, than on a single wedding website that great aunt sally may not have access to anyway.
the solution? inspired by one of my current brides, create a wedding blog! check out gina's site as an example. try using blogger.com to set it up. also check out this tutorial for a step-by-step guide on how to make your blog look and act like a website!
your blog will be easy to use, much more personal than a website, and you'll have your guests checking in much more regularly as they eagerly await much anticipated details of your wedding day. best of all, it won't cost you a thing and you'll have an extra few bucks to toast your honey with champagne over views of the eiffel tower! mais oui!