Last Updated July 23 2021
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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.
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Andrew and Delphine created a website that is clean cut and well-designed. The layout, high-quality pictures and quirky writing make it a fun reflection of who they are as a couple.
Stephen and Olivia are getting married in Virginia. Their website is romantic in font, color and pictures of the quirky couple. We also love the FAQ section for guests too.
The site has clean, neutral colors and a splash of fun with candid photo reels. It's super easy to navigate, and full of information for their big day that makes accommodations easy for guests.
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.
This wedding website is one that is continuously updated along the planning process, keeping everyone in the loop. In the meantime, visitors can read about the couples love story and check out their engagement photos that are flattered by the sites color scheme.
This wedding day website features a single scrolling page broken up into the necessities, and then some. They're bubbly engagement pictures are emphasized with pink tones and a pop quiz for guests to test who knows the couple best.
This wedding website is organized page by page, providing all the necessary information for their guests. Beautiful engagement photos and the website itself, both have a moody ambiance.
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.
Bridie and Luke showcase their wedding with a website that's colorful and bold, yet organized and simple. The layout highlights the most important parts of the event with contrasting colors and easy to read fonts.
The Brunsen couple shows a unique side of wedding websites, with a double wedding celebration. Visitors can find all the details for the North Carolina event, among nostalgic and moody images. They also have a dedicated page providing fun things to do locally for the out of towners.
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.
A great example of a one-pager with lots of opportunities to showcase engagement photos.
This website is simple and elegant with its' scripture like fonts and a rustic choice for photos. This wedding will be held at Telluride in Colorado, so their focus of the mountain theme is represented nicely.
The bistro vibe of Florian and Deirdres' website is both classic and romantic. The wedding will take place in Germany and the beautiful images displayed on the website definitely speak for themselves.
Before even reading information on the site, you can clearly tell that Jennifer and Andrew will be getting married some place tropical. Their nuptials will take place in Hawaii, and everything from the font to the engagement photos foreshadow that theme.
This particular wedding day website is modern and sleek, but still full of character. Easily RSVP and share any dietary restrictions while also checking out the link to their registry.
Nick and Cait are getting married in Ireland, the landscape and beautiful scenery made them fall in love. The site will get guests excited with the beautiful showcase of some of Irelands' most beautiful places.
A black and white color scheme combined with the perfect combination of fonts, makes for a classic one page website. It's nothing beyond the necessities, won't overwhelm the guests with a less is more approach.
Ricky and Silvy have a unique layout and organized information that flows well and navigates easily. The photography is romantic, showing off the couple together and individually.
James and Laura show off their eclectic and vintage taste with fun photos of themselves, and of the venue as well. Guests can envision the ambiance for what the wedding itself will be like in beautiful London.
This couple will be celebrating their wedding in Montenegro. They're images create a vacation vibe for guests amid palm trees and boating adventures. Aside from wedding details, learn about the couple and plan your entire stay with their fun lists of local activities.
We love just how simple and attractive this website is. A landing page that features beautiful photography, nice colors and fonts. This site provides a lot of information, without seeming cluttered.
Jess and Chris have a bold colored, somewhat illustrated wedding website. Details from their past, present and future can be found among high-quality photography.
The Pennsylvania based couple gives guests a fun, and simple way to learn about the wedding and who they are together. A timeline with their biggest relationship events showcases their history without too many details. We also like the drop down menu on the FAQ page.
Bold colors, font choices and quality photography make for a clean and visually appealing site. It's nicely organized throughout, and written with excitement grabbing guests attention.
Site visitors can learn all about the wedding party and the couples history that began in their college days. They can also get a better feel for what to expect on the big day, accommodation options and RSVP.
Check out this couples wedding website that reflects their destination wedding in Florida. They show off professional photography, romantic details and their love story in a subtle yet charming way.
This particular site was used for more than just pre-wedding details. They also used it for after the wedding as well, by uploading wedding images and sending thanks to their guests.