Planning a wedding can be expensive, and that’s before you’ve actually even made any plans. For brides looking to do the planning on your own and wanting to save a little on budget, you'll need some help. To get you started, here are three easily accessible online tools you can use right now (and most likely can't live without).
One of the last-minute tasks you’ll have to do when planning your wedding is deciding where everyone is going to sit. If you’re looking for a way to manage your tables, seating, and guest list, use an online tool like All Seated for help. That way, you can create a floor plan to have and to share with your wedding vendors.
The days of registering for pots and pans are slowing down, as more and more couples are registering for things like their honeymoon — to the destination of a lifetime. If you're looking for a free honeymoon registry site, Honeyfund or Zola are great picks.
Setting Your Budget
One of the very first things you should do before you start diving into wedding planning is set a budget for how much you'd like to spend on all your expenses overall. If you're looking for a place to start — or even a guide on what you should budget for, A Practical Wedding has a great free template to download.