15 Stylish Wedding Website Examples & Designs You'll Actually Want to Use
Your wedding website is the digital hub for all the important details about your wedding. But beyond that, the website design can give guests an early glimpse of what your special day will be like, from the color palette to the typeface. We picked 15 of our favorite wedding website examples for some of the most popular wedding aesthetics, from simple and classic to boho and rustic. If you don't find one that you love here, no problem—The Knot has more than 200 wedding website ideas (we counted) that you can browse and filter by style, color and wedding season. We love to brag that The Knot's wedding website examples are totally free, but what's even more exciting is that you can purchase the matching paper invitations all in one place. Ready to start making your wedding website? Take a look at our inspo below.
1. For the Floral Theme: Pressed Flowers
Pressed flowers and dried flowers are an eye-catching alternative to the usual floral motifs. This wedding website example is decorated with realistic-looking pressed flowers at the top, bookended by your initials in contrasting black lettering.
2. For the Modern Theme: Love Love by Vera Wang
Did you know that The Knot collaborated with Vera Wang to design exclusive wedding stationery and unique wedding websites? If you didn't, now you do—and the collection has all the quiet luxury vibes you could ever dream of. Embrace the famous wedding dress designer's signature cool girl style with this website template featuring a timeless black and white color palette.
3. For the Simple Theme: Striking Scene
If you haven't quite settled on a wedding theme yet, this simple wedding website will complement whatever aesthetic you ultimately do choose. Let the featured photo in the center do all the talking—personalize the design with a favorite snapshot from your relationship or your proposal.
4. For the Rustic Theme: Botanical Monogram
This olive green background is earthy and inviting, just like your wedding theme. A simple greenery branch motif adds some understated rustic flair alongside your first initials, names, wedding day countdown and space for your wedding party bios.
5. For the Classic Theme: Classically Elegant
A swooping monogram is the focal point of this elegant wedding website example. It features a classic black and white color palette to pair with a favorite black and white photo from your relationship (along with the story about how you met).
6. For the Destination Theme: Desert Cactus
This cloud-inspired design will have guests ready to jet off to wherever you're getting married. It's decorated with pretty pink watercolor clouds that complement nearly any destination wedding spot, whether you're off to Big Sky Country or island-hopping in the Caribbean.
7. For the Bohemian Theme: Flower Market
The '70s-esque color palette and retro-style flowers on this wedding website idea are our pick if you're going for a boho theme. We could see this design pairing perfectly with a sunny outdoor venue, colorful wildflower arrangements and live music.
8. For the Vintage Theme: Vintage Toile
At the top of this template, dainty pheasants and sparrows carry a banner announcing your wedding (the design reminds us of Regency-era society papers). Personalize it by choosing a color that matches your wedding palette and adding your day-of countdown.
9. For the Beach Theme: Elegant Lighthouse
Embrace the coastal grandmother aesthetic with this wedding website idea that's perfect for a beach or waterfront celebration. A simple lighthouse sketch is displayed above your names, with an added monogram on the mobile-view version.
10. For the Funny Theme: No Big Deal
Your wedding website isn't something to joke about, but that doesn't mean that you can't have a little bit of fun anyway. This funny wedding website example features a cheeky phrase—"It's just forever, no big deal"—to set the lighthearted tone for your special day. Add some humor to your wedding website welcome message to showcase even more of your personalities.
11. For the Unique Theme: For Like Ever
Thanks to the bright color palette and oversized text, this unique wedding website example makes a fun statement. For added customization, this theme has six different colorways to choose from in a range of happy pastel hues. Finish it off by personalizing your one-of-a-kind website domain.
12. For the Spring Theme: Countryside Crest
You may have noticed that bows are trending everywhere—and this sweet design is the perfect way to get onboard. A watercolor crest surrounds your initials, while dainty spring flowers add a pop of color.
13. For the Summer Theme: Opulent Garden
Beautiful flowers and greenery border this summer wedding website idea, with a singular butterfly motif completing the design at the top. On the mobile version, a diagonal floral border adds just enough detail without being overbearing.
14. For the Fall Theme: Falling in Love
With an abstract botanical border at the very top, this wedding website theme works for all types of fall weddings, whether your style is rustic, classic or something in between.
15. For the Winter Theme: Festive Garland
Fresh evergreen swags and wreaths are some of our favorite things about the winter season, so naturally, we had to pick this pretty website template. The burgundy, gray and green color combination is ideal for a holiday wedding, but there are a handful of other palette options to choose from.