You’ve heard it before, and you’ll hear it again – there’s an app for that. More wedding apps are starting to pop up in the various app markets and there is one available for just about anything. I decided to take a look at four popular apps – all of which are free.
Most brides-to-be know about The Knot, a website for everything wedding. Their team has released a wedding planner app that syncs up with your account on The Knot.com, helping you stay organized and up-to-date on all decisions you’ve made. This app includes a wedding countdown, checklist, budget tool, wedding vendor locator, and thousands of inspirational ideas for everything from the dress, to cakes, and hairstyles.
Also by The Knot, Wedding 911 is a bride or groom’s hub for answers to any wedding-related question possible. The app provides answers to over 150 from multiple resources. You can also post your own question if you can’t find it in the list. Questions are categorized by topic.
WedPics(iTunes and Android)
If you’re looking for an alternative to dozens of disposable cameras, consider WedPics. Available online and as a smartphone app, WedPics allows your weddings guests to upload their photos from your wedding into one online album so that you don’t have to go searching for the images later. Simply create your album, and then give your guests the passkey to use it. The albums support uploads from digital cameras and smartphones.
Married App(iTunes and Android)
The Married App for your wedding is an all-in-one app for day-of information. Set up ahead of time, it is a place for guests to upload and take photos, request a song, sign a guestbook, view wedding details such as times and locations, and many other options.
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