4 Fantastic Wedding Planning Apps


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Planning a wedding is challenging–why lie and say it isn’t? Unless you elope in Vegas or get married at your city hall, you can count on seemingly-endless to-do lists and the like. However, planning your Big Day doesn’t have to be a stressful, anxiety-ridden process. Review the following helpful apps to make planning your wedding a little more streamlined and a lot more fun.

Fitocracy

Help yourself get fit for your wedding day with Fitocracy. The app basically turns exercise into a game while also letting you track the progress leading up to your nuptials. Get the extra motivation you need from the Fitocracy community, aka “Fitocrats.” The app even has monetary incentives for reaching workout goals in a certain amount of time.

Evernote

Stay super-organized with Evernote, the app that lets you and your spouse-to-be share your lists with each other and update them as needed. Use color-coding to “assign” each other tasks…and don’t forget to check them off when they are completed. If you want, you can create different notes for every stage of the planning process, such as things that require care months before your wedding date, must-do errands for the week, dress fittings, cake tastings, and so much more.

Mint

Prevent overspending with Mint, the app that makes budget tracking a breeze. Use the app to break down costs for all wedding components, such as food, venue, entertainment, and beyond. Mint even features trigger alerts so you know exactly how much money you have left. It’s the perfect app for staying within your budget…and preventing fewer money fights with your spouse-to-be.

Appy Couple

Consolidate every piece of information about your wedding day with Appy Couple. This app and website combo lets you create your very own highly-customized wedding app or site. Create timelines, an RSVP service for guests, gift registries, and more.

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