How to Make a Wedding Website Design with a Sketch from the Ground Up

Designing a wedding website design can be challenging.

It can also be a lot of fun, so here’s how to tackle this challenge with a sketch.

Designing a Wedding website design is not a matter of the “right” design, but of how you think about the whole process.

The basics are: How big is your design?

Is your design going to look good?

How much time will it take to create?

How big and simple is your website?

What kinds of images are you looking for?

What are the main elements that you are looking for, and how will you combine them?

Do you want your site to be “mobile first” or “mobile second?”

What are your design goals?

Will you have a clear vision of your design goal?

How do you know how your design will impact your customers?

How will you make it work?

Will the website be a good candidate for a “Mobile First” theme?

What is your budget?

What are the final costs and what are the minimum and maximum costs?

Do your goals align with the budget?

Will your budget cover all your costs, or will you need to spend a lot more?

Will it be a “low” or a “high” budget?

Are you planning to add other elements to your design, such as a landing page, a guestbook, a menu, or even a custom button?

How is your site going to fit in the space?

How many people will be using your site?

How are you going to monetize your site and how much?

Will users click through to the landing page?

Are there social media buttons that will promote your site through social media?

Is there a “best practices” section to document your site design?

Are the design elements intuitive?

Does the design look good on a smartphone?

Is your design coming from an experienced designer, or is it coming from someone who has never done a website design?

What experience do you have in creating a website?

How does your client know what you can and cannot do?

What design principles do you use to create your website designs?

How would you describe the overall theme?

Does your website fit in with other themes?

What elements are missing?

Do you have any other design-related questions?

Are we missing anything?

Please send them in and we’ll do our best to answer them.