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How Much Does a Wedding Website Cost?

 
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Wedding websites are a great way for couples to share information about their big day with family and friends. Many services offer free, basic websites that are easy to create using pre-formatted templates and designs. Other services offer "custom" or "premium" sites that allow you to utilize different web design tools.

Typical costs:

  • You can get a free, basic website by simply registering at a site like eWedding[1] , TheKnot.com[2] or WeddingPath[3] .
  • Customized websites cost between $60 and $100 per year. Costs to renew a website (after your initial contract expires) range from $25 to $60 per year. Some services require a minimum 6-month renewal. Many offer free trial periods ranging from 7 to 14 days.
Related articles: Bridal Registry, Wedding Planner, Wedding Photographer

What should be included:
  • Free services should include the website domain name, web hosting, design templates, password protection, photo posting and a minimum of 6 pages. Because they are free, some may include small ads, banners or headers that display the name and logo of the website host.
  • Custom or premium site packages should include everything the free services offer, plus flash media, background or downloadable music, video, online RSVPs and guest book options, a custom e-mail address, wedding date countdown, visitor count and/or log, and unlimited pages.
Additional costs:
  • Some sites charge separate monthly web hosting fees, which are usually about $15 per month.
  • Many services offer to put your entire website on CD for about $15.
  • For about $10 per month, you can also get a customized e-mail address. For example, if your domain name is jackandjill.com, your e-mail address would be [email protected]
Shopping for a wedding website:
  • Services like Wedding Solutions[4] and Wedding Tracker[5] offer customized or premium websites.
  • Wedding Websites[6] allows you to compare different website hosting and design companies, with more than 30 companies that provide different options.
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External Resources:
  1.  www.ewedding.com/
  2.  uw.theknot.com/admin/choosedesign/
  3.  www.weddingpath.co.uk/paths/uk?SMI=9
  4.  www.weddingsolutions.com
  5.  /weddingtracker.com/main/default.aspx
  6.  www.weddingwebsites.com/
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