5 Fantastic Wedding Apps


Whether you’re planning your second, third, or sixth wedding, a little help goes a long, long way. Review the following wedding apps to help you plan your Big Day, especially if you would rather not hire professional assistance.

Postable

Postable is a true godsend, as it makes collecting addresses for wedding invitations easy and fun. Simply set up a free account, send everyone you are inviting an email asking them to fill out and address form, and wait for the replies. Postable saves a lot of time and aggravation!

Pinterest

The app version of the social media platform provides a seemingly-endless wealth of wedding ideas, tips, and information. Make your own wedding boards and “pin” ideas to them. Heck, you can create separate boards for everything to do with your wedding if you want, such as Dresses, Suits, Food, Music, Venues, Decor, etc.

Top Table Planner

Top Table Planner is the perfect app for figuring out who will sit where at your wedding reception. Paste your guest list (via Postable, if you want) to the app and drag the names onto the virtual seats. Arrange and rearrange the seating as much as you want until you are happy.

Spotify

If you don’t have Spotify, now is the time to change that. The music app is a virtual treasure trove of all your favorite artists, and creating playlists has never been easier. Make playlists by decade, genre, artist, and more. The app also features plenty of helpful “related artists” suggestions to make the playlist planning process even easier.

Eversnap

Eversnap is a great app for collecting wedding photos. Use it to collect the candids and fun videos from your wedding, as smartphones and tablets are everywhere these days, including nuptials and the receptions that follow.

Experiment with these and other fun and helpful wedding apps! Do you have a favorite yet?

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