Top apps to elevate your wedding planning
We all know the spectrum of tasks that we can accomplish on our phones. Pay bills? Check. Order coffee? Check. Plan a paper wedding suite, buy a complete bridesmaid look and send a to-do list to your event planner? Check. Check. Check. Expand your wedding planning power beyond your Instagram and stay organized for the big day.
Appy Couple lets you and your partner have the designer touches you dream about. Above is the design from Citrus Press Co. featuring trends like exotic florals and world travel.
Designers like Carolina Herrera and brands William-Sonoma and Real Simple contribute exclusive designs for your wedding website to create stylish portals for your guests to RSVP and make accomodations for your big day.
ECLM recommends this organization app every year and for good reason! Evernote is used by companies, home cooks and just about anyone who loves having an easy to use system for organizing is ideal for storing all of your ideas, contracts, receipts and odds and ends for your wedding.
Evernote has a well-built app, desktop software and connects easily with Google Drive and a host of other apps to sync all your wedding information wherever you are. You can even assign tasks and make lists to share with your bridal party.
We all know how exciting and special it is to be asked to be in a bridal party. It is more than an honor and a day you won’t forget with a dear friend…until you start adding up the expenses of being involved. According to wedding site Weddington Way, in 2016 the average bridesmaid spent $1500 to be in a wedding party. For most, that’s not an easy expense to swallow!
Enter THREDUP, a resale site that has expanded into the brideamaids market. Simply download the app or visit their website to explore designer dresses and accessories that are in excellent condition.
Designers dresses for formal and casual weddings can easily be found for less than $50. We think this is a way for brides to reduce the stress and costs for their bridesmaids while keeping to the authenticity of the wedding’s design.