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10 Must Have Free Apps for Every Bride

Our smartphones always seem to be within reach, so why not use yours to help plan your wedding day? Whether they are wedding specific free apps or ones that you can merely tweak for your special day, there are plenty out there from which to choose.

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Non-Wedding Free Apps

Yes, you are planning a wedding, but there are several non-wedding apps out there that you can utilize to make preparing for the big day easier. Here are a few practical choices.

Evernote – This app is designed to keep you organized. It gives you the ability to create to do lists, take notes and keep track of ideas you find on the web. What better time than planning a wedding to stay on top of things?

Mint – Wary of spending too much? Mint is a budgeting app, which is perfect for organizing your wedding budget – and even other finances – all in one place. Keep on track with no regrets!

Pantone Studio – Search for color palettes and complimentary colors on the go as you determine which colors work best for you. It’s a handy app for helping you decide the overall tone of your color scheme.

Pinterest – Long hailed as the place for ideas, it’s the perfect way to be able to curate your own wedding board filled with ideas. Curate specific boards such as flowers, dresses and favors and keep track of the latest inspiration.

Slack – Having the ability to communicate with a team can be taken to the next level with weddings. Share ideas, notes and photos with your mom, sister or bridesmaids while you are in the planning process.

Free Wedding Apps

Appy Couple – Not only can you personalize the app to your liking, but you can also keep track of photos and a registry along with communicating information to your guests. It also includes a fun countdown clock! Click here to read more about it.

JoyManage your guest list and RSVPs all in one place. It enables you to create your own customizable website along with storing wedding memories for your future self.

LadyMarry – With a timeline and a plethora of creative ideas, this handy app lets you plan your special day like a pro. It also has the ability to keep notes and manage a group of people for communicating information.

Loverly Virtual Wedding Planner – Want an honest opinion on your wedding decor and ideas? This app allows you to consult with a personal concierge while saving ideas and offering advice for your big day.

WedPics – With rave reviews, WedPics allows all of your wedding photos to be gathered in one location. It is easy to use and enables the bride and groom to see their day from the guests’ perspective.

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  • Kasey - Definitely can attest to all these apps being so helpful! Makes our bridelife so much easier and happier haha 🙂

  • AnnMarie John - I love that you’re sharing this because it could really help brides while planning their wedding. It’s also awesome that these are all free!

  • jenna - Oh! These would be so helpful for any bride!!

  • Pat - It’s great brides today have access to free apps that can help make planning for their wedding less stressful.

  • Elizabeth O - A great post of tips for free apps that brides can use. This is such a lovely idea and I am sure it will help many brides to be out.

  • Ice Cream n Sticky Fingers - I needed these apps when I was planning my wedding 10 years ago. It is hard to believe it has been that long already.

  • Holly - This is a great list. I love the apps you picked. I’m going to have to try some of these for sure.

  • Ashley - Mint is a great app for keeping you on budget. We started using it years ago and it was great for helping us adjust our finances.

  • Hey Sharonoox - This is such a great idea for new brides to be. I just pinned it!

  • Lindsay - I wish I would have had this list when planning my wedding. Instead, I had a stack of bridal magazines from floor to ceiling. I really think Mint and EverNote would be handy for organizing and staying on track of the budget. So important!

  • Annemarie LeBlanc - This is a great resource, and thanks for including non-wedding related apps too. I will check into those and see how they would make my life a little more organized.

  • Alison Rost - I think it’s pretty awesome that you’re sharing these because apps make life more convenient for everyone! Brides will definitely love these suggestions, not only are they helpful but they’re free as well.

  • Esme Sy - With so many competition with venues and dates I wouldn’t mind getting the upper hand with these apps. Even the free ones here sound awesome with their features.

  • Echoesofhervoice - Great list… I didn’t even know they existed. This will come in handy for a lot of brides. Thank you for exploring this!

  • Karlyn Cruz - I love this! I only wish it was available when I got married, especially since it seems to break everything down and get you organized! I was a real mess getting mine together because I only had a month!

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