Yes we are suckers to technology & Gadgets!

Now whether you are planning your wedding on paper of electronically (or both) here are a few applications to help.

Please note, I have no affiliation to any of these apps,  I and  other readers would really value your opinions if you have used any, just add a comment at the bottom of this post.

Wedding Apps

1. The Ultimate Wedding App – by Sarah Haywood

Sarah Haywood is an internationally renowned wedding planner, so her wedding apps should be really useful. As a professional who plans wedding for a living I am sure there is very little left out of this little app.

See what Sarah has to say in her YouTube video

2. My Wedding App

Deemed as a brides best friend this application which is rich in features. It also has some supplier info and listing & it is Free to download!

See what other users say about this ap here

Wedding UK has many great features:

  • Guest list management
  • Seating planner
  • Budgeting planner
  • Music planner
  • Wedding Checklist
  • Gift management area
  • Directory of businesses in your area
Best of all, its free to download from the Apple App Store, and will work on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Now you can take your wedding plans with you wherever you go!
Now this little app isn’t as highly rated as the last, but that could be because you have to pay for this one unlike wedding Uk

The app allows you to:

  • easily take control of your wedding budget
  • record when payments need to be made
  • arrange and store your wedding supplier details so they’re always close at hand
  • create your guest list from your existing contacts with the ability to add new
  • arrange the perfect seating plan; build up an address book of wedding guests and contacts from your iphone that can simply be emailed directly from the app

See what other users say about this app here

So what do you think of wedding apps?  Do you know of a great one not listed here?  Please add a comment with a link to share it with us.
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