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thanks everyone!!! the knot actually charges for the site that has the online rsvp function. we signed up for the "free" trial last night, but they ask for a cc to actually publish it. it is normally 60$ and they are offering it for 30$.

it is nice to know that there is one out there for free!!!! i have not done the comparison, but it does not look like there is much of a difference.

for those that used mywedding.com - did you get to choose your url/domain name like classadiva?
my website is just www.mywedding . com/carloasandquintina

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Originally Posted by goNDmay9 View Post
thanks everyone!!! the knot actually charges for the site that has the online rsvp function. we signed up for the "free" trial last night, but they ask for a cc to actually publish it. it is normally 60$ and they are offering it for 30$.

it is nice to know that there is one out there for free!!!! i have not done the comparison, but it does not look like there is much of a difference.

for those that used mywedding.com - did you get to choose your url/domain name like classadiva?
I have a knot site and I don't pay anything and my guests have been able to RSVP online.

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thanks everyone!!! i think the ones that charge $ are the ones that allow you to create your own url like sonnyandcher.com or something like that. (the domain name does cost $)
Yes...I think this is true as someone has to pay for the domain name that does not include the name of the website used such as the knot, weddingchannel, etc.

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thanks vday bride - i went back and looked and if you actually start the process on the knot, it does say that you have the online rsvp option! Cool. I wonder what the "pay money" knot site (wedding tracker) does that the free one does not. I would not think that flash and the ability to create your direct domain name would not cost that much more.

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