Right after signing up for theknot.com, I knew it was a must to create a wedding website. I know over the past couple of years they have grown in popularity, and we do have a number of out-of-town guests planning to attend. So make a wedding website on TheKnot, I did.
I didn’t want to spend much time on formatting and HTML codes, so I went ahead and used the templates they included. Luckily it also includes a mobile version so that it’s not too difficult to read on smart phones. Originally I used the long domain name they offer, but after typing it in (www.theknot.com/weddings/M**** and D****) I realized that was ridiculous and too long.
I went ahead an purchased a custom URL and shortened it by about a quarter. I purchased a domain from godaddy.com for $9.00 (found a coupon on retailmenot.com) and simply transferred the domain name and I was done. So www.—-wedding.com it was.