Free Custom Wedding WebsiteMatt Campbell

Wedding websites are available to all bridal couples 100% free – forever. Wedding dates can be from 1960 through future years.

What makes our wedding websites different than other sites? Our wedding website templates have a custom illustrated banner theme, the ability to match any wedding colors, websites are shown in our website museum and did we mention that they were free forever? This is the place to share your wedding memories with future generations.

By using our website templates, personal wedding websites are a great way to communicate all wedding day details with family and friends including those attending the festivities. In addition, share the same memories with grandchildren of today and great grandchildren of tomorrow.

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Wedding website features:

  • Free Forever!
  • Custom Illustration Banners
  • Match Wedding Colors
  • RSVP, Guest Book & Contact
  • Password Protect Option
  • Anniversary Websites 1960+
  • Photo Album Page
  • Song Lyric Option
  • Sites Saved In Website Museum

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q. Why are our wedding websites free to bridal couples?
A. Truthfully, we are proud of the fact that our wedding websites are free – forever. No credit card/banking information needed here.

Q. How long will we show wedding websites?
A. We show all our free wedding websites until after the wedding date, unless it is deleted by the bridal couple. Guaranteed! Anniversary websites that share a wedding story will be live in the Website Museum for future generations.

Q. Can website information be edited after creating the site?
A. Bridal couples can create, edit and delete websites from their control panel 24/7.

Q. Must I become a member in order to have a free wedding website?
A. Yes. This is the only way to save website information in our secure database.

Q. I have more questions!
A. Send us a message through Twitter @weddingmuseum.

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