Six Apps to Help You Plan Your Wedding

Wedding planning is not for the faint-hearted. With so many things to consider, it can take months, sometimes years, to pull every aspect of your perfect day together.

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With a report in Pain Doctor placing marriage amongst some of the most stressful life experiences, it’s important to ensure that planning your wedding doesn’t prove too taxing for you. It is, after all, a happy occasion and something that can be planned and executed well providing that you have the right tools.

There is a range of helpful and effective wedding apps designed to help you plan your big day. A more modern alternative to a Filofax or wedding journal, these technological tools will soon become your best friends. But which ones will you be checking out?

Lady Marry

The ultimate virtual checklist, Lady Marry will give you a timeline to work to and deadlines for when things need to be ticked off by.


Launched in 2010, Pinterest is not a new app but certainly still a favourite when it comes to planning all manner of events – not least weddings. The virtual scrapbook gives you access to thousands of pictures designed to inspire everything from the dress to the décor.


This registry app means your guests can contribute to your honeymoon either by donating money or buying specific excursions – much more personal than just asking for money.

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Table Plan

One of the more tedious and time-consuming tasks of wedding planning is arranging the table plan. Use this nifty app to input the names of all your guests, then use the drag and drop feature to arrange (and probably re-arrange) the table plan to your heart’s content.


Photography is one of the key elements of your wedding. Using a Kent wedding photographer such as means you’ll get some stunning professional snaps, but the WedPics app also allows you (and your guests) to upload all of their candid photos into one dedicated space. Using a custom URL, you can share the photos and also print them off.

Mint will help you keep track of your spending – essential with big events such as a wedding. Tick off things once they’ve been paid for, and keep track of where your money is going.

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