However, being extremely HTML challenged, I did like the ease and ready-to-publish templates of their free wedding website. I grabbed our URL and got to work messing around with all the pages and options we had. I was able to customize it to suit our needs, while getting rid of most of the "fluff".
hi there. - A brief introduction and cute photo of Mr. Jet and I on our trip to Salem last fall! Aww...
she said, "yes". - The story of our proposal, since many people still don't know how it happened!
ceremony. - A photo, address and a few details about the ceremony location.
reception. - A photo, address and a few details about the reception.
our guys & girls. - A list of our bridal party members and a quick, funny description of each.
"out of towners". - We'll have quite a few family members and friends coming from out of town. Here, we listed the hotel we booked rooms at, some Fall New England activities, our favorite restaurants in the area and a few bars for after hours fun.
guest book. - pretty self explanatory!
map. - The Knot has a cool Google Maps interface that plots the points you dedicate for Ceremony, Reception, Hotels and more. This is a neat feature and pretty much populates itself!
We left out an "about us" section because, really, if you don't know us why would we invite you??, a gift registry because we're still undecided, and pages of photos which seemed a little self-indulgent. It's a simple and classic website and plays its part perfectly for us.