Launched in 2002, MyWedding aims to help couples plan weddings that are “uniquely theirs.”
MyWedding doesn't seem to have as much content as some of the other wedding planning websites, but what it lacks in quantity it makes up for with quality: the content MyWedding does have is visually rich, packed with ideas and includes vendor contact information in case you happen to fall in love with the wedding cake in that photo you just saw. There are Pinterest-style idea boards, blog posts packed with photos, a section of do-it-yourself ideas and a question-and-answer forum on which you can get a little personal guidance from the site's writers.
MyWedding offers over 600 couples site themes to choose from, many of which include the option to purchase matching wedding invitations from sites like Minted and Wedding Paper Divas. To keep things simple, friends and family can access your gift registry or RSVP directly from your wedding site.
In the spirit of MyWedding's mission to help you plan a unique wedding, planning tools like the budget manager and to-do checklist are fully customizable. You can also set automatic reminders to keep you on schedule, and your data can be printed or shared as Excel or PDF files. Planning on a destination wedding? Search through MyWedding's impressive list of international vendors and venues in the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Italy, France, South Africa, Germany, Spain, Mexico, Greece, Portugal, Malaysia, Switzerland, Thailand, Jamaica and more. MyWedding is the only wedding planning site we've reviewed that offers international vendor information.
The one helpful tool that MyWedding doesn't offer (while many of the other wedding planning websites do) is a seating chart. If you opt to use MyWedding for the rest of your planning, you'll need to create your own seating chart template or find one online.