With so many out-of-town guests, and with me being a giant web-nerd, it was important to me to have a website full of information on visiting Louisville. At first I was lulled by the simplicity of building a site on TheKnot.com, but the lack of customization made my skin crawl. So I built us a nice site from scratch using good old fashioned XHTML and CSS:
It's not that fancy, but neither is the wedding, plus it ties in with the invitation design and provides visitors the information they need. And it's not a cheesy template from the Knot. I love that I can keep updating it - like maybe I should add in those flowers from the invitation in the header? Sure, why not. It's a work in progress.
Next on the wedding posts, I'll write about our Save the Date cards which don't totally match anything but were the springboard for some of the elements you see on the website and in the invitation.
Thanks for stopping by!
p.s. I'm learning more and more about web development at my day job, so please don't judge some of my inefficient coding!
p.p.s. Feel free to purchase us gifts from our Honeyfund registry!
Louisville Graphic Designer and Illustrator