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3 Free Apps for Wedding Planning

Apps for Wedding Planning

You can guarantee that there’s an app for any occasion, and we’ve found three of the best free apps for wedding planning. These apps are a great way to get organised by quickly collecting and sharing information before, during and after the big day.

3 Great Free Apps for Wedding Planning

Evernote (iOS, Android) [download iOS] [download Android]

Apps for Wedding Planning - Evernote


Evernote is an extremely powerful productivity app, used by millions of people for millions of reasons. In terms of wedding planning, the Evernote app is incredibly useful. One of the most exciting features in the app is the ability to scan documents and store them. This is especially useful when you’re in the early stages of planning and don’t want to drown under the mountain of business cards, price lists, menus, shop signs and other miscellaneous bits of paperwork which will inevitably come your way.

Other features of Evernote include the ability to create and sync calendars, note-taking, camera capture and the ability to make checklists and set reminders.


Wedding Happy (iOS) [download iOS]

Free Apps for Wedding Planning - Wedding Happy

Wedding Happy is a great free planning app specifically designed for wedding planning.

the apps is designed to help you manage all kinds of event planning and set up deadlines, checklists and schedules. The app also features the ability to sync and share tasks, messages and progress notes across a variety of platforms such as Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, and Facebook.

Wedding Happy comes with a very approachable and easy to navigate design, and a ton of glowing user reviews.


Wedding Planner (Android) [download Android]

Free Apps for Wedding Planning - Wedding Planner


If you like the sound of Wedding Happy, but don’t own an Apple device, then Wedding Planner is a great wedding organisation app for the same tasks of managing guest lists, checklists, budgeting and organising vendor contacts. The app also features the ability to back up your plans to external cloud storage platforms, such as Dropbox.

The Wedding Planner app has a clean and simple interface and very positive feedback from its many users.

Prewedding Celebration Ideas – Part Two

We hope you were inspired by our Prewedding Celebration Ideas – Part One. Here are some more fun and unusual ideas to inspire.


1. Tea PartyCup of tea with chocolates

With or without alcohol (or coffee!), a tea party is a fab way to have a group celebration. Vintage sets are available for hire for a true mad hatter atmosphere, or you can go low-key and use whatever you and your guests have in the cupboard and go all out on the food and snacks.



2. Prewedding PamperingHot stone massage

Whether it’s a massage, manicure, pedicure or a longer spa break, this is a great way to relax with a small group of close friends or members of your wedding party. If you’re feeling organised, this could be a good time to test out some wedding looks and ideas, or you can use it as a chance to clear your mind and completely relax.


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Prewedding Celebration Ideas – Part One

Prewedding celebrations are becoming more common, and whether it’s an engagement party, bridal shower, hen/stag party or a simple get together with friends and family before the big day, there are plenty of ideas for how to celebrate and show your appreciation before your wedding. Here are some of our favourite ideas for you to consider.

1. Picnic/BarbecueOutdoor eating

Picnics and barbecues are a fun, family-friendly way to have a gathering, and good practice for the big day. They offer a great opportunity to catch up with people before the whirlwind of the ceremony, and even a chance to test out catering options. They’re relatively cheap and easy to organise, too, especially if you spread the cost by arranging for guests to bring either food or drink.


2. Day TripForest path

Sometimes it’s good to get away and have a quick break to recharge yourself whether you have a wedding on the horizon or not! A day trip to a local beauty spot with a smaller group can be used to either take a complete break from wedding planning or to focus on particular ideas or aspects of the ceremony; especially if you go with members of your party such as bridesmaids, best man or maid of honour.

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