A Few Of The Best Wedding Planner Apps


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Want some extra help planning your second wedding or vow renewal, but don’t have the budget or the inclination to hire a wedding planner? Fear not, there’s plenty of fantastic wedding planner apps to download, most of which are free and provide a wealth of resources and advice. Let’s review some of the best wedding apps currently available to see if any appeal to you:

iWeddingDeluxe

The iWeddingDeluxe app isn’t free, but it provides a wide variety of very helpful services. These include a to-do list so you’re never fretting about what needs to be done that day, as well as a comprehensive guest list. The app makes it easy to plan a wedding of any size.

Wedding Planning Complete

Wedding Planning Complete is free (yay!) and keeps excellent track of your checklist and budget. It also serves as a countdown to the big day and makes it easy to handle everything involving your guests.

The Knot Ultimate Wedding Planner

The Knot Ultimate Wedding Planner is the app from the wedding website of the same name. It’s another fabulously-free option that helps you stay abreast of everything concerning your nuptials, including keeping track of wedding-related spending. Other helpful features include guest list assistance and a substantial vendor list.

Wedding LookBook

The free Wedding LookBook app provides a serious gallery of wedding and bridesmaid dresses. It shows dresses in every available color and style, including classic ball gowns, and allows you to browse by designer, color, or style. If you still haven’t found your dream dress, this app is what you want.

Wedding Happy

Wedding Happy provides a timeline so you get everything you need done by the right dates. It’s free, and helps you choose a dress, select vendors, and much more. It also allows you make customized lists and share your findings with your hubby.

BlingFinder

In dire need of a new ring idea? BlingFinder is the perfect (free) solution. It provides over 1,000 rings to select from!

Wilton Cake Ideas & More

What about the wedding cake? Use Wilton Cake Ideas & More to find the perfect cake for your vow renewal or second wedding. It’s full of fabulous options that will at least inspire you if nothing else. The app is free.

Try downloading one or a few of these apps and stress less over the planning process!

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