At one point or another during your planning you will contemplate, should I have a wedding website? Wedding websites offer a hub for your guests to get information on your wedding events, your registry, the wedding party and of course the traditional how we met story and photos of the glowing nearlywed couple. It also acts kind of like an assistant so you aren’t constantly on the phone answering guests questions like; to and from directions, what does black tie mean, airports to fly into, hotels to stay at, they lost the invitation and don’t remember what time the ceremony starts, restaurants to try and.. the.. list.. goes.. on!I have 6 favorite wedding website companies that I recommend for creating a website for your wedding and I am excited to share them with you today!  I used Riley & Grey for our wedding website and you can view screenshots of my site on My Wedding Website. Are you feeling overwhelmed with all of the planning and where to begin? Make sure you also view my blog post, I’m engaged, not what? for a quick guide to start you off on the right foot. Which wedding website company is your favorite?

1. AppyCouple ($28)

With most people these days using smart phones, how great would it be to create your own wedding app!  AppyCouple makes this easy and also creates a web version too. Beautiful modern designs and very easy to use. This is at the top of my list!

2. Glö ($19.99 – $34.99/mo, 21 day free trial)

This wedding website has the most features (hence the most expensive) such as matching online wedding invitations, guest list management, guest messaging tools and many beautiful designs!

3. Wedding JoJo (Free to $14.99/mo)

Wedding JoJo has two options – free or premium memberships, and the best part?  Clean and simple designs that your guests will find easy to navigate.  They also have a planning kit tool and RSVP tracker.

4. eWedding (Free-$14.95/mo, 2 month free trial)

eWedding is a feature-rich wedding website option. Overall, a good choice if you’re budget-conscious and looking for a lot of features for your buck. On the downsize, some of their templates are a bit outdated.

5. Riley & Grey (Unannounced pricing)

I choose this company simply because I fell in love with their designs.  It was simple to use and from experience I can tell you they had great customer service (for example if a picture you are uploading doesn’t look right, they will fix it to fit into their template!). View my post My Wedding Website to see screenshots of the site I made for our wedding on Riley & Grey!

6. Wedding Paper Divas (Free)

Wedding Paper Divas offers beautiful modern design templates to match more than 40 of their bestselling wedding invitations. They offer online RSVP capabilities, easy to use templates and more! This is a win win!