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Our Favorite iPhone Apps for Wedding Planning


Here are some free apps for the iPhone that we think will aid you in your wedding planning process.  Each app assists with many areas of your planning, and can provide much needed assistance and support for when you are on the go.




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The native YouTube app is perfect to listen to single songs you are considering for your father-daughter dance or cake cutting song.  You can listen to different versions of music for your wedding ceremony’s prelude, processional and recessional.  Additionally, you can view promo videos from local wedding vendors or get advice and ideas from wedding shows.  Additionally, check out the Pandora radio app for more general music suggestions and ideas for your prelude and cocktail hour music.


Wedding Wire


wedding wire iphone app wedding planning

The app from Wedding Wire puts all of your wedding planning in your hands. Not only do you have access to the information of local wedding vendors, you can keep a personalized wedding planning checklist and budget.  Everything you need is right at your finger tips.



evernote for the iphone

Full disclosure—I love Evernote.  Evernote collects items you want to save into a digital notebook.  Everything—including emails, web clips, audio memos, pictures, screenshots—everything!  With the the desktop version that syncs to both the iPhone app and the online account, you can have all of your wedding details—from inspiration pictures to vendor communications and more with you at all time. You can even tweet to your Evernote account!


the knot


wedding 911 iphone app wedding planning

This app features frequently asked questions by brides, all answered by The Knot’s Carley Roney. You can also interact with other brides to ask your own questions about wedding planning or answer a few from other excited brides.  This is the perfect app to have on the go when you have questions that need an immediate answer or the ability to at least steer you in the right direction.


Brides Dressing Room


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I absolutely love this app!  Sharing the hottest wedding dresses from the industry’s best designers, you can pick out your favorite dresses and find a retailer close to you who carries the line and also schedule an appointment. 




colorstrology iphone app pantone colors

This is astrology meets gorgeous color!  Created by the talented Pantone, you can get inspiration of your favorite wedding colors with this app.  Each day is assigned a color and a “colorstrology”, but also shows the vibrant shades and hues of the Pantone’s hottest colors.  Perfect for when you are looking for complementing colors for your bridesmaids’ dresses, flowers or linens.  Be sure to check the colorstrology for your wedding day and see what it says!


Drinks Free


Drinks free cocktail recipes iphone app 


Drinks Free provides you with many drink and cocktail recipes based on your favorite ingredients or search through the eleven categories.  If you are feeling adventurous, press the random drink button for a pleasant surprise!  This is perfect for your signature drink “research???.


These are just a few to get you started—what are you using to plan your wedding?

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  • On the photography side, the web app ShootQ is amazing at keeping us on schedule and keeping our workflow consistent and efficient. I think the Knot app would be good for us to browse to stay aware of what’s on bride’s minds.
    .-= Chris Moncus´s last blog ..Sara’s Senior Portrait Session On Jekyll Island =-.

    October 23, 2009 at 2:19 pm
  • What? You didn’t mention “Wedding Dash”???? 🙂

    I’m new to iphone, but a few apps that I’ve downloaded so far are “Etiquette Avenue” which has lots of general etiquette “do’s and don’ts” as well as photos of different placesetting situations (5 course setting, 4 course setting, etc)

    iTie – with illustrations on how to tie a gazillion types of knots- bow tie, windsor knot, etc

    Hours Tracker which I export onto my desktop

    Starbucks Locator – Needs no explanation 🙂

    I’m going to go get evernote right now- Thanks!
    .-= Kim @ parisian party´s last blog french wedding goodies from idiy =-.

    October 24, 2009 at 12:33 pm
  • Ali Edwards


    For what a digitally mobile world we live in today, these apps are an absolute necessity. Not only do the apps allow you to run your business on-the-go, they allow you to spend more time working with your client to ensure the wedding that they want. This way, you can still use your time effectively when you’re stuck in traffic, on the subway or even sitting down for a quick lunch!

    October 27, 2009 at 3:34 pm
  • the best thing about the iphone you can now get any app you need

    March 3, 2010 at 1:49 pm

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