We love us some Google Drive (formerly Google Docs) for wedding planning. You can create spreadsheets, shareable documents, and all kinds of helpful databases for your wedding planning team to use. Google just recently launched a new service called Google Spaces which functions as a project planning tool for sharing ideas, photos, links, YouTube vids, and all kinds of documents on which to comment and share between your people. Here’s how we’d use Google Spaces for wedding planning.
We’ve been talking about the latest wedding planning apps that are taking over the big planning binder. In part I, we talked specifically about inspiration and collaboration tools, and part II covered RSVP and wedding website apps. This time around, we’ll be talking about the best online wedding registry apps. Some of them focus on honeymoons, some on gifts, and some on more alternative ideas like charity and experiences.
We’ve been talking about the latest wedding planning apps that are taking over for a big planning binder. In part one, we talked specifically about inspiration and collaboration tools. This time around, we’ll be hitting the big players in RSVP and wedding website apps that make dispersing information and collecting RSVPs much easier. Blanket warning: watch out for gendered language and more “traditional” options than we’re used to around these parts.
The days of a big ol’ binder for planning a wedding are long gone. The reign of the wedding planning app has taken over. Let’s put together an update to this post from 2012 (technology moves fast!) and see what new and fancified wedding planning apps there are to help you plan your wedding. For Part I, we’re starting with apps that help with gathering notes, collaborating on ideas, and overall wedding planning.
Many wedding website or paperless invitation services offer a built-in RSVP tool, which is fabulous. However, if you’re looking for a free DIY option, look no further than the much-lauded Google Docs, which offers an easy and efficient way of creating an online RSVP tool using Google Forms.
Under our wedding clothes, I don’t think we would even notice a heart rate band. It might be fun watching our heart rates climb as we wait to see each other, capture the lull over dinner, and see us get our groove on on the dance floor.