New wedding website templates for badass brides

June 1 2009 | arielmstallings

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I know that not everyone wants a wedding website that's covered with roses and ribbons, so I decided to offer wedding websites complete with exclusive, wedding website templates created by indie wedding invitation designers.

wedding-website-templatesSome of the exclusive Offbeat templates include the gothic one with the crows, the vintage one with the clock gears, the dark neo-Victorian one from the likes of Royal Steamline.

I've just added several new designs from Modern Girl Invitations and Claire Hammond … including a Peacock-perfect woodsy design, dramatic red & black damask design, a bubbly retro orangesicle one, and several others … all of which have matching paper invitations available!

So, if you need a wedding website that isn't all lace and roses and doves and ribbons, one that gives you tools like blogging, online RSVP, push-pin guest-mapping, and tons of other stuff — go give it a try.

(Yes, you can change your template as many times as you want, and it's free to start building your page!)

UPDATED: Check out more new wedding website template from Royal Steamline, based on an Alice in Wonderland tea party theme.

  1. I LOVE the nearlywed sites and templates. I'm a web designer/developer, and I has planned to build our wedding website myself. But when it came right down to it, I just didn't have the time. So we went with the nearlyweds wedsite, using an offbeat template, and I absolutely love it. It gives me most of the flexibility I would have wanted, and all of the features we needed. Really fantastic!

    • Yay! Molly that's such great feedback to hear … I have a lot of web designer friends, and I know how frustrated y'all can get when it comes to using templates. 🙂

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