We Asked, You Told: Your Biggest Source of Planning Help

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Brides will take any and all help they can get when it comes to wedding planning. From budget trackers to wedding planners to the ever-so ubiquitous Pinterest, there is assistance widely available both on the Internet and in person. With so many available resources, we're always curious what brides actually use, and if there's something new emerging on the scene that's changing the face of wedding planning as we know it. We asked our Facebook followers to tell us what's been the biggest source of help to them during their engagement, and their responses were sweet, insightful, and all had a major theme in common (hint: It's that their loved ones were more than ready to lend a helping hand throughout the process). Here, some of our favorite answers:

"My mother in law! She is so organized and knew a lot of people. My wedding would not have been that great (and cheap!) without her and her connections!" — Casey Wagner

"My father in law financially and my step mom emotionally." — Talitha Chilcote

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"My Excel spreadsheet and spreadsheet on Google Docs! Organization is key!" — Selenni Cisneros

"BRIDES' Facebook page!" — Jeannie Seiler

"My fiancé has!!! That's why I love him so much! He's always there for me." — Cheryl Henson

"Pinterest, Facebook pages, my mom, and my best friend." — Lori Lederer

"My wedding planner was fabulous." — Jenna Kendrick

"I used Pinterest a lot and my husband helped a lot! He is really creative and came up with some great ideas!" — Melinda Sprueill

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