8 Awesome Wedding Planning Tools

June 10, 2014 • Tips For Brides, Wedding Resources • Views: 14150

Planning a wedding can be one of the most exciting, but also one of the most stressful, periods of your life. Not only are you and your soon-to-be-spouse preparing for a lifetime together, you are also getting ready to throw one of the biggest parties of your lives.


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People have all levels of expectation for their weddings, from those who are looking for a quiet get together with a few close family and friends, to those who are planning large, ballroom type celebrations with hundreds of people. No matter what your expectations might be, there are always ways to reduce stress and make the preparations easier. Here are eight fantastic online wedding tools that will help ease your workload and calm your mind.

Website Designing Tool from Wedbuddy

The modern wedding is not complete without a website. How else with guests be able to RSVP online while reading about the couple’s love story? Fortunately, our services make it easy to design the perfect wedding websites for free. Our layouts feature a number of popular ideas, such as space for the couple’s story, wedding party information, albums, and more. Those interested in learning how to make a wedding website need only visit our site and follow the easy-to-understand guidelines. If you want a solution that’s as customizable as it is affordable, we’ve got you covered.

Wedding Checklist Tool from Wedbuddy

We’ve compiled the most comprehensive list of wedding to-dos available. You can literally find everything you need to know to plan your wedding. You can easily customize the list with your own personal to-dos (cake tasting and dress fitting appointments, for example) and remove to-dos which do not apply to your special day. Set reminders, assign to dos for friends and family and check out a list of completed tasks in one place.


Previously, couples had to register at several websites in order to put together their list of all the items they might want for their new home. This handy site makes it easy for couples to register at whatever stores they want through a single platform. Whether you want to request a “custom” item, such as a puppy or a honeymoon, or the you actually want that fine china from the department store, YourWeddingRegistry makes it possible..

Wedding Budgeter from The Knot

While the budget might not be the most enjoyable part of wedding planning, it is one of the most important. Sticking to a budget can help keep the festivities from draining the finances of everyone involved. Fortunately, with good planning, it is possible to have a fabulous wedding on just about any budget. This tool lets you enter your budget, what you have set aside for the various parts of your wedding, and actual costs for an accurate account of your spending. It has never been easier to keep track of the various wedding expenses and stay within budget.

Vendor Search from CaratsandCakes.com

This tool is visual helpful, easy to use and offers the ultimate in convenience. Finding vendors for a wedding can start out as one of the most exciting parts of the planning process, but can quickly become one of the most frustrating and stressful. Through this portal, you can enter information about the location of your upcoming ceremony and browse reviews and information about all kinds of vendors, from reception locations, to flowers, to name change services. Just about anything connected to a wedding can be found through the vendor search. Everything a stressed-out bride could possibly want is now all in one place.


Sometimes the best tools are the ones that make it easy to see everything in one place. OneWed offers everything from the basics to the embellishments. This is the perfect website for browsing when daydreaming about the upcoming wedding while on lunch break at work or otherwise procrastinating. Once the wedding is over, the site also makes it easy for people to post pictures of their wedding so that the site’s community can see how the entire celebration came together.

Martha Stewart Etiquette Advisor

For many people, their wedding is the first time they have to be concerned with formal etiquette. How the time should be written out on invitation, the proper wording on the invitation, how to handle children in attendance, and what should be done about complicated parent situations are all answered by Martha Stewart with her etiquette advisor. No more worrying whether Grandma will be upset at your choice of decor!

Guest Seating Planner from Social Tables

One of the most frequently overlooked pieces of wedding planning is the seating arrangement. Unfortunately, this can also be one of the most stressful. After all, while sitting the bride’s beer guzzling Uncle Joe with the groom’s teetotaling Aunt Helen may make for some stories down the road, it probably will not be enjoyable during the reception. Fortunately, this easy tool from Socialtables.com allows you to set up a free account and you can choose from a list of different tables, design your floor plan and select plants, podiums, equipment and other essentials simply by dragging and dropping object. Save and share so that ushers and event helpers know the scoop.


When it comes to planning a wedding, some brides love doing all the typical traditions. From the music chosen to tossing the bouquet, they dream of having their day something out of a storybook. For other brides, however, planning the perfect wedding means being able to step off the beaten course and add in some unique touches of their own. These special moments can help express the individuality of the bride and groom, bring some of their own special traditions from their dating period, or even incorporate various cultures into the celebration.

This site offers a variety of unique and original ideas that can be incorporated into your wedding for some unique and expressive flare. This online community provides members with DIY information, articles and more. It is the perfect way to make the big day completely unique and memorable.

Ask any former-bride and they will tell you that wedding planning can be stressful. Fortunately, thanks to these 8 tools, turning a dream into a reality is easier than ever before.

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