The first was Project Wedding, which is what L. went with. The nice thing about them is unlike The Knot, the wedding wedsite is easy to remember and type in - it's yourwedding.projectwedding.com.
The second site that I loved was My Wedding. They have some really gorgeous designs, including ones inspired by Offbeat Bride, which are totally fun and funky. I fell in love with this music notes one, which would have been perfect for my friends Mike & Stacy.
Both sites have an RSVP page, which is nice. Ours was messed up because Mark and I didn't communicate enough about it and we used a Google form site, but it was at a different URL, which was the problem. This is a problem that is potentially solved with the Google Weddings sites.
But we used Google Sites and since we're keeping our URL, we decided last night to redesign the site. Then I went ahead and did it without asking Mark for input. Since I love the newer trends of using typewriter style fonts, but they didn't suit our wedding, I went with Courier and the "Notebook" theme for our new post-wedsite. I feel like this version of our site looks much slicker than the old one, and a little less like a totally amateur google site, but it's still not as slick as the Project Wedding or My Wedding sites.
One thing you can do with Google sites though, is put on a pretty nice slideshow of images. We already had a slideshow of our professional pics on the front page, but I put in a slideshow of our honeymoon and may add one of our engagement pictures as well.
I didn't really know what to do, so I put in a little "write up" of our wedding with a note about when we got married and also included the reading from The Irrational Season from our ceremony. I left our registry on there because some people have mentioned that they haven't gotten us a gift yet (although we closed out the Pampered Chef registry already.)
I feel like once we have a pet, a child, or a house, we would add a blog-type page so that people can read updates about what is going on, but right now, we don't have much going on. Which is, frankly, a good thing.