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Hi there,

Here is the link to our website: http://www.dominicandamanda.com

We are now post-wedding and have most of our photos up, guests are beginning to upload their photos as well so there is lots of content. :)

 

We used our website as one of our main contacts for our guests which worked out well.

The website was made on and is hosted through www.momentville.com and I bought our domain name from http://ca.godaddy.com

The website cost about 35$ initially to set up. I’ve bought extra hosting space for all of our and our guests’ photos so we can keep everything in the same place, costing an extra 20$ per 500MB (I’ve done this 3 times and will probably buy another 1-2 depending on how many photos everyone shares). If you don’t use your website for all of your guests photos, only yours, you probably won’t need to buy more than 1 x 500MB. Your website and extra space with momentville.com never expires which is one of the features I really liked about it. It was really easy to design pages and uploading photos is a breeze.

 

Our domain name only cost 1$ since I was able to use a coupon code, it is only good for 1 year but is renewable indefinitely for about 10-20$/year.

 

I hope this helps  :D

Edited by 081114OVCUBA

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Wow!  Thank you all for sharing your websites, they look incredible.  We don't have one but now I'm thinking I should go work on that! :)

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Didn't even think of buying a domain name! Wish I had asked for advice earlier! Thank you all for being so helpful!! =)

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