How to Wedding Website

Creating a wedding website is not mandatory, but is a nice way to provide additional details to your guests. Not only about the wedding, but also your journey as a couple, your bridal party and more!

How to create the website?

There are many platforms and templates that you can use to create your website, here are a few options to consider:

  • Appy Couple
  • Zola
  • Minted
  • Wedding Wire
  • Weebly
  • Wix
  • Square Space
  • The Knot

 PRO TIP: If selecting a free site, you pay for a unique URL with your names. Typically these are less than $20 and can purchase them on

Here are a handful of recommended topics to add to your website:

Ceremony Information

  • Name of Venue
  • Address
  • Date
  • Time
  • Directions

Reception Information

  • Name of Venue
  • Address
  • Date
  • Time
  • Directions

Hotel Details

  • Recommendations or
  • Room Block Details
      • Name of hotel
      • Name to mention when booking a room
      • Room Rate
      • Contact info of who to book with (if provided by hotel)
      • Distance from Ceremony
      • Distance from Reception
      • Parking Details
        • Especially if there is a fee to park overnight


  • For accommodations, ceremony and venue


  • Here you can have your guest RSVP online (save on postage and mailing the RSVP cards)
  • Or just provide the date and instructions on how to RSVP (i.e. returning the RSVP that was in the invite)

Registry Details

  • Store(s)
  • Name it is under
  • Registry Number

Additional Info

  • Attire
    • Be sure to add what the attire is so everyone is prepared.
    • If the wedding is going to be in grass, let people know.
  • If there is a brunch the day after for all guests, share those details on your website.
  • Honeymoon
    • Most people want to know this, so feel free to share this detail on your website to avoid being asked multiple times.

Additional topics to add to your website:

  • Your love story
    • Not everyone may know your fiancé and sharing how you met is a touch. This can be short and sweet, a novel is not necessary!
    • Make it fun and both you and your fiancé write out 10 fact about my fiancé so guests learn about your fiancé from you!
  • Engagement Photos
    • Another great way to show off those engagement photos you got all dressed up for!
  • About your bridal party
    • Here is a nice way to share more about the people your selected to be part of your bridal party and why.
      • You can even add a photo of you and that person for a personal touch.
  • Local Attractions
    • Share a few local restaurants, bars, activities for your guests to keep them busy.
    • If you have a few favorite places, be sure to share those and what you recommend i.e. the mango guacamole at the Taco Hut is amazing.

When to create the website?

Consider starting this about 6+ months out from your wedding date. It can be sent out or added to your invitations that will go out about 2-3 months before the wedding.

How to communicate the website with guests?

Add the URL to the save the date (if completed) or to the invitation – especially if guests are to RSVP on the website.