Technology is both a blessing and a curse, but in wedding planning, it’s mostly a blessing.
Many of the tools you need are right at your fingertips. All you need is access to the Internet. Here are five helpful wedding planning sites that fly under the radar, even for wedding professionals!
- The Venue Report
This site is perfect for anyone seeking an unusual venue location or space. From camping in tents to celebrating the night away on the beach, your wedding can be everything you’ve dreamed of with help from The Venue Report.
- Violet Wedding
With their slogan, “Your Wedding, Your Style,” we’re pretty certain Violet Wedding will be right up your alley. Violet Wedding offers beautiful color palettes, theme boards and more to keep your wedding ideas cohesive.
“Brushstroke,” “Fifth Avenue” and “Heirloom” are just a few samples of some of the stunning inspiration boards they have. Get creating!
Sending out print invitations is still very helpful, but with the age of technology upon us, it’s great to be able to inform guests of changes without having to send new mailings or emails.
A wedding website is an ideal way to send out updated information. Keep guests abreast of all of your hotel and shuttle information, as well as information about where your ceremony will take place and what to expect.
Wix.com is a great resource to build a site. You don’t have to pay a cent if you don’t want to!
- The Plunge or The Bach
Many wedding resources revolve around the ceremony and reception, but now you can plan your bachelorette or bachelor party with some help! The Plunge or The Bach make it easy: select the state and city you’ll be partying in, and explore!
Keeping track of your expenses throughout planning your wedding can be a hassle. Mint makes it easy! This handy app helps you budget, remember payments and manage expenses. Reports can even be exported as Excel files if needed.
What’s been the biggest help to you in planning your wedding? Share your suggestions below!