Last Updated September 9 2020
A good wedding website balances aesthetics and function. It should incorporate the wedding theme and colors while also remember that visitors are coming to the website to accomplish a task— RSVPing, accessing the registry or just looking for directions.
This is a collection of 17 wedding websites that we think does a good job. We also include which website builder and template (when possible) was used for it.
Note: My work is supported by affiliate commissions. Read more »
Clean, elegant design. A great example of what you want a wedding website to be. Plus: lots of room to showcase engagement photos.
Really like the symmetrical design of this centered navigation. A great example of a wedding website with the classic muted green and pink.
Sophisticated and elegant. This wedding website example features plenty of whitespace.
Simple and clean with lot's of white space. The simplicity is also utilitarian: it doesn't overload guests with information. Instead it provides the important details and nothing more.
There's a bit more color in this example than in other Squarespace examples— and bolder typography too. But it still has that classic Squarespace look: clean and contemporary with lots of space to showcase photos.
One of the better examples of a wedding website builder with Wix. The simple floral background can be customized with your graphics (if you have a theme you've already choosen).
Interesting video background header with a Save The Date headline. Also includes a wedding countdown, a timeline of the couple courtship and a photo gallery.
An example of simple watercolor wedding template. Soft greens and lots of floral patterns give it a natural look.
Big and beautiful with plenty of room for photography. This example has a lot of space for photos, testimonials and registry.
A simple one-page website. Good for wedding announcements.
Very tasteful. Clean and spacious with lots of room for engagement photos.
This example features big, bold photography (as you scroll along)— so it might be a good fit if you want to showcase your engagement photos. (One note: I ran into some technical issues on my laptop with this website— it seemed to scroll left-to-right on some pages.)
The animations, bold typography and bright colors make this an example of a fun wedding website.
This simple one-page wedding website template uses different shades of red throughout. It's a nice effect— but make sure to stick with that format if you decide to change the colors for your own use.
A great example of a wedding website. All necessary information is included on one page. It's pretty but to the point.