and websites like the knot and wedding wire walk you through each simple step of how to make one so you don't have to be a programmer or designer to make your site look good!
if you want to pay some money, you can step it up a notch and get a personalized web address, and design your own layout.
we went the free site route, and included the website on the invitations to point the guests to more information. i thought about giving you guys a link, but since i don't know who exactly reads this blog, i decided against it (i mean, it has the time & location of our wedding... could be weird, right?) but here's a screenshot of the front page...
*marisa's marks: decide if you care about a personal url or not - because that is really the only reason to pay for a site. otherwise, use one of the free hosts out there! and create your website together as a couple - we had so much fun writing our sections about each other, how we met, and the proposal. and don't forget to share with your family, friends, and wedding guests!