Planning a wedding can be expensive, and that’s before you’ve actually even made any plans. One of the biggest expenses you can take on is the help of a professional wedding planner. So if you’re looking to do the planning on your own, here are four free wedding planning tools you should know about.
One of the last-minute tasks you’ll have to do when planning your wedding is deciding where everyone is going to sit. If you’re looking for a way to manage your tables, seating and guest list, use an online tool, like All Seated, for help. That way, you can create a floor plan to have and to share with your wedding vendors.
The days of registering for pots and pans are slowly coming to a end as more and more couples are registering for things they actually want and will use, like a honeymoon to the destination of your dreams. If you’re looking for a free honeymoon registry site, Honeyfund is one to check out.
One of the very first things you should do before you start diving into wedding planning, is set a budget for how much you’d like to spend on all your expenses for the big day. If you’re looking for a place to start or even a guide on what you should budget for, A Practical Wedding has a great free template to download.
Knowing what to do, month-by-month, before the wedding will be a super helpful thing to keep you feeling stress free and prepared for the big day. If you want a simple to follow guide for what to do the 12-months before your wedding, here’s a free checklist from Wedding Ideas Mag.
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