Now that you've announced your engagement and have started creating your own wedding site, it's time to get planning! Thanks to Mr. Internets and his handy online tools, you're already well on your way to being a wedding planner extraordinaire! There are waaay too many wedding websites to count, so I've compiled a list of a few of my favorites below to help you cross your t's and dot your i's for the big day!
- Bridalocity.com Bridalocity is a great wedding planning site with loads of wedding resources including free wedding planning guide that is available for download. The site has everything related to weddings including fashion, wedding resources, local planning, online planning, shopping online, and planning a wedding on a budget.
- The Knot.com The Knot can be your very own personal wedding planner. Feeling overwhelmed about planning preparations? The Knot will help you get organized so planning won't be a daunting task. With a checklist to get you started and an extensive amount of search tools, The Knot will help you step by step. There is also an online community so you can get advice and tips from others about their big day!
- ewedding.com If you want to create your own wedding website, ewedding allows you to sign up for a free wedding website, add content to any beautiful theme, and share your website. You can also have online RSVP, collect best wishes in your own guestbook, upload unlimited photos, post events, dates, directions, and much more.
- Wedding Channel.com If you just got engaged, the Wedding Channel will give you all the assistance you need to plan your dream wedding. With answers to all your wedding questions, this site includes free planning tools such as wedding website info, a planning checklist, a budget calculator, a guest list manager, a scrapbook, and a save-the-date option. The Wedding Channel also provides some free templates for creating a wedding website.
- Brides.com Brides.com can help you with your fashion and beauty planning, and honeymoon planning as well. There are guides with getting-started tips like shopping for wedding dresses, cakes, and signing on to registries.
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