5 Free Apps That Will Make Wedding-Planning A Breeze

Everybody knows that planning a wedding is never easy and as a bride to be, or even as a bridesmaid, there are about a billion different things on your mind 24/7.

Thankfully, we live in the age of the app and now more than ever before, those tiny robots in our phones are a key part of wedding-planning.

With so many wedding apps out there it can be hard to know where to start. To help you out, here are five of the best wedding-planning apps on the market right now.

1. Telegram Messenger 

Telegram is a group messaging app that allows you to create a group chat, send files, and share photos and videos. Creating a telegram group for your bridesmaids is the perfect way to communicate important information, share ideas and generally keep track of what’s going on. Instead of having to keep track of a billion different text conversations, a Telegram group will allow you to do all of your communicating from one central platform.

2. Wedding Party 

Like telegram, Wedding Party has a group messaging feature that allows you to easily message your entire bridal party at once. If you have a wedding website, you can add a plug-in that allows your wedding guests to share photos of your wedding in one place, without having to use a hashtag. To share your engagement photos, you can also crate albums and invite friends and family to view the photos in the lead-up to you big day.

3. The Knot 

If you’re trying to plan a wedding on a budget, The Knot is exactly what you need. The app allows you to create checklists of tasks that need to be completed each month leading up to your wedding, as well as integrating a budgeting tool that will help you to keep track of your spending. If you’ve created your wedding website through The Knot, the app allows guests to RSVP directly through your website and will allow you to keep track of attendees digitally.

4. Pinterest  

Probably the most used wedding-planning app of all time, you really can’t go past Pinterest. Whether you’re looking for dress inspiration or a florist near you – you’ll find it on Pinterest. If you’re totally stuck for inspiration, having a stalk of the wedding boards of other brides is of course the way to go and if you would prefer to not share your ideas, you can even create your own private board for storing your inspiration and ideas.

5. Evernote 

Evernote is undefeated when it comes to organization because it lets you keep all of your information and ideas in one central place. It allows you to create easy to-do lists, make sketches, and even create a group notebook so that you can brainstorm with your other half or bridesmaids. The app allows you to search all of your notes for keywords, making recovering your ideas a breeze, and your notes will even sync automatically across all of your devices.

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