By: Krysta Ayers
There is literally an app for everything. Though the stress of a wedding can quickly become overwhelming, GooglePlay and the Apple store have several apps that can help your wedding planning go just a little bit smoother. So, don’t fret – download these apps and let your fingers get to tapping.
Can’t get all of your bridesmaids in one room? Try not to stress too much about it. This app makes it possible to swap bridesmaid dress ideas and screenshots, to-do lists and deadlines. Group chatting on this app will allow your conversations and life to go smoother and concentrate on fittings, parties, and any other details leading up to your big day.
This is a great app for any bride too busy to do research on Google all day. Find anything you might need for your big day all in one app. This ranges from party planners, caterers, DJs, babysitters, event help and decorating, and bartending. Not only does TaskRabbit provide you with great options on seeking help, but you can also read reviews and look at feedback before you decide to hire anyone for help!
The Knot Wedding Planner
Your own personal wedding planner, this app is good for wedding inspiration, to-do lists, grinding out the details and even finding wedding vendors. This is a great source (aside from us, of course) to find more ideas and organize your wedding.
Don’t make one of your siblings responsible for picking up the disposable cameras after your wedding party. This app allows you to collect and share photos from everyone that was there directly through the app. “Because your wedding deserves more than just a hashtag.” Have guests download the app, create photobooth strips or cute collages and you can readily have them in your hand before you set off to your honeymoon!
Mr&Mrs Wedding Planner
This app is a way to visualize your wedding before it happens. Think of it as a mood board that goes above and beyond. You can gather color palette ideas, create guest lists and do table seating, manage your budget and create an “invite only” message board so that you can share your wedding plans and ideas with your bridal party or fiancé.