What's your favourite wedding website?

  David Price 16:12 21 May 10
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First of all, thanks and congratulations to bristolsteve1, the new Readers' Sites champ. In our recent discussion of good websites for organising nights out (click here), bristolsteve1 recommended Beer In The Evening (click here), which was our favourite.

bristolsteve1 wins an Apacer MP3 player, not to mention the adulation of Speakers' Corner.

To be in with a chance of winning our next great prize, you simply have to recommend a wedding-related website. Anything to do with the big day is eligible, from organising guest lists and arranging for flowers and clothes to commemorating the event afterwards.

Simply post your recommendation and your reasons below. The top 10 will be printed in PC Advisor magazine, and the best of all will win a prize.

Good luck!

  Cymro. 17:16 21 May 10

What about a quickie divorce site? Might prove useful one day more useful than "organising guest lists and arranging for flowers and clothes to commemorating the event afterwards".

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 18:21 21 May 10

click here

should save me a fortune if I can get my daughters to elope instead.

  ella33 11:06 23 May 10

For a special pressie for a couple who are close to you.

I loved the idea of the ice cream wedding cake which someone had at a wedding I attended but there doesn't seem to be a specific website in UK it would be ordered through an ice cream manufacturer or make your own!

  jakimo 12:46 23 May 10

judging by statistics your recommended site would be the busiest of of two

  rdave13 18:20 23 May 10

Wedding websites? Do they exist?
Anybody with common sense would refrain from marrying.

We're going to tie the knot next year, possibly, and in a registry office.
How romantic is that I ask you? Nothing better.

  rdave13 18:22 23 May 10

Forgot the link; click here?

  Al94 22:48 23 May 10

It worked for us 28 years ago rdave13, no less married and happier than ever!

  rdave13 23:00 23 May 10

That is wonderful and I truly mean it. Parents married for over forty years.
My marriage lasted eleven years but fell apart.
My partner and I have been together fifteen years, started a new brood, and still happy.
Thinking of tying the knot again next year.
(Hopefully not the hangman's)

  rawprawn 20:11 24 May 10

click here
Just joking, I will have been married 50 years next year.

  Seth Haniel 10:50 26 May 10

click here
The absolute guide for those with Weddings in their sights

click here
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using the Humanist one myself this weekend :)

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