Most Creative Wedding Website Ideas We’ve Ever Seen

There’s no denying the design savvy behind these insanely creative wedding websites. Click through, get inspired or even steal an idea (or two).
  1. Vanessa and Kevin’s Wedding Website

    Photo by TheyMetAtABar.com
    Idea to Steal: Their Cute Clothesline Menu
    An eye-catching homepage layout will keep guests clicking. This couple swapped up a list format for a clothesline menu with embedded photos to cover all their wedding essentials.
  2. Jess and Ross’s Wedding Website

    Photo by RossPlusJess.com
    Idea to Steal: The Stationery-Inspired Design
    Use your invites as a source of inspiration for your wedding website look. Ross and Jess tapped into their graphic design backgrounds and created this clean stationery-like layout with subtle quirky touches.
  3. Jess and Ross’s Wedding Website

    Photo by JennyandGrayden.com
    Idea to Steal: Bridal Party Bobblehead Feature
    They’re your VIPs, so why not announce them with a splash? Grayden and Jenny added a humorous twist to their introductions page with quirky bobblehead photos of each person, accompanied by an official title and funny bio.
  4. Steph and Oren’s Wedding Website

    Photo by OrenandSteph.com
    Idea to Steal: Their Wedding Date Ticker
    Your website should be a one-stop-shop for the basics. Not only did Steph and Oren add a self-produced save-the-date video, the story of their proposal and all the day-of details, but they also added a live countdown to the date!
  5. Jacqs and Steve’s Wedding Website

    Photo by SteveandJacqs.com
    Idea to Steal: Concert-Poster Design
    This couple embraced their love of music and came up with a festival-lineup-inspired layout, complete with the headliners (themselves), followed by the featured acts (their favorite pastimes).
  6. Megan and Dylan’s Wedding Website

    Photo by MeganandDylan.com
    Idea to Steal: The Simple Engagement-Photo Layout
    Get the most out of engagement photos and embed them into your site for a splashy save-the-date home page with your names and wedding date. It’s an easy way to jazz up an otherwise simple site.
  7. Courtney and Brendan’s Wedding Website

    Photo by The-Pittmans.com
    Idea to Steal: The Proposal Video Page
    Whether it’s the save-the-date or invitation, your domain is the perfect place to show off wedding videos. On their proposal page, Brendan posted the short film he used to ask Courtney to marry him, which also includes footage of her reaction and tracks used in the video. (Cue the awwws!)
  8. Sarah and William’s Wedding Website

    Photo by ATentedAffair.com
    Idea to Steal: The Carnival-Themed Layout
    Give guests a sneak peek of your wedding theme. For their carnival-inspired nuptials, William and Sarah decked their site out in playful motifs, like ticket menu buttons, balloon graphics and pinstripes.
  9. Sharon and Daniel’s Wedding Website

    Photo by DanielLovesSharon.com
    Idea to Steal: Their Custom-Designed Logo
    Sharon and Daniel put their design skills to work when they created this incredible wedding website graphic. Another one of our favorite parts: the bridal party family tree.
  10. Sara and Matt’s Wedding Website

    Photo by MatthewnSara.com
    Idea to Steal: Their Photo Illustrations
    It doesn’t get more personal than this. Matt and Sara took photos to a whole new level and featured illustrations of their engagement portraits for an unexpected, artsy vibe.

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