3 *FREE* Wedding Planning Tools!
The Knot has quickly become my favorite website to browse when I have downtime. With tons of photos and articles, it's an awesome place to get ideas from everything to hair to escort cards to dresses to colorsand much more. I'm pretty sure it's photo galleries are ENDLESS! And these are all real wedding photos, many with descriptions on how you can replicate their style. The Knot also has other helpful tools like checklists, budgeting tools, guest list tracking and more.
1. Adobe's Kuler
I've been SO indecisive when it comes to our wedding colors. Our original color scheme was hot pink and black, but the venue has dictated otherwise. Knoxville's L&N Station is a gorgeous restored building with stained glass windows, eggshell blue walls, lots of gold trim and a maroon and yellow tiled floorso I guess you can picture what pink and black might look like in there. Kuler is nice because I was able to import a photo of the stained glass and pull colors from it. It's also helpful with figuring out which colors compliment each other. So what are our colors now? I'm thinking some shades of light blue, dark purple and pink.
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I actually stumbled upon WeddingBee a few times while I was searching random questions in Google. It's a great place to check out the forums and the classifieds, as there are lots of other brides there to answer questions for each other and to sell some of their old reception decor. From what I've seen, there are some pretty good deals on there too! And what are you planning to do with all those glass cylinders and random decoration items when your wedding day is over? I'm listing mine on WeddingBee!
3. Remember the Milk
Remember the Milk is more than just wedding it's all things to-do lists! I recently went on a hunt for a good web-based to-do list too that would also sync with my Android phone and RTM is the one I ended up with. The reason it's on this list is because you can make tabs for each list. I have one for work, personal, and a separate one for my wedding deadlines! It's a perfect free tool to track everything I need to do.
So there you have it my three favorite free tools (so far). What tools did you find helpful when planning your wedding?
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Posted in Weddings Post Date 08/06/2016