Planning a wedding is stressful at the best of times. There are a million things to do before the big day and the list can be daunting for even the most organized brides and grooms. Have no fear. The following list of websites offer checklists to keep things running smoothly so you’ll have all the time you need to go on cake tastings. Because let’s face it, cake is important.
Our Top Nine Wedding Planning Websites
WeddingWire is a one stop shop for brides to be to gather everything they need for the perfect wedding. You must create a free account to access their checklist but once in it allows you to manage your tasks and track your progress. You can design and create a budget, add appointments and a wedding to do list, choose a color scheme and more.
2. The Knot
You’re ready to tie the knot and that’s wonderful. The Knot can help make things easier with an interactive checklist that helps you organize everything from the wedding dress to hair and makeup, budget, registry, guest list and more. It even lets you pin photos to a board to keep all your ideas in one place.
3. Here Comes the Guide
Who doesn’t love a guide when trying to plan one of the most important days of their life? Here Comes the Guide helps brides and grooms to find wedding venues, photographers, rehearsal dinner space along with regular helpful articles and tips. Their checklist breaks down into a time line to help you prioritize.
This site focuses just on wedding planning and its checklist provides a time line broken down into two to three month segments. The list also provides links to helpful articles for the checklist items.
5. Little Wedding Guide
Little Wedding Guide brings it all together with easy to use online tools such as free customizable templates, a photo collage section, calendars and invitations along with a downloadable PDF checklist to print out.
6. Marry This!
If you’re like the Marry This! team and love check boxes their colorful downloadable wedding planning guideline will satisfy your desire to check off and organize with a time line that’s broken out with to dos from 12 months to 2 days before the big day.
7. Martha Stewart
There’s probably not a person on this planet that knows more about organization than Martha Stewart. Her printable PDF wedding workbook helps you keep on schedule with a to do checklist, budget planner and guest list planner.
8. Real Simple
Real Simple was designed to help make your life easier so naturally it has a wedding section. A quick registration and you can save your progress on their simple checklist as you go. Real Simple also gives you access to a budget worksheet to help you spend wisely.
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9. About.com Weddings
About.com offers a simple checklist in the wedding planning section of their wedding page. The checklist offers links to helpful articles on other pages of the About.com website. Although the checklist is not interactive it does break everything down into a time line to make each section more manageable.