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Save Time and Money by Planning Your Wedding on Your Smartphone

Photo credit: getty images is coming up with some nifty ideas to help you save time and money when it comes to planning your wedding.

Maybe it’s the fact that you work a busy job and don’t have time to plan it yourself, or maybe you don’t want to spend a fortune on a wedding planner. What ever the case may be, here’s a few things that can help YOU plan your wedding.


  • Use google docs to make a guest list
  • skype to chat with your vendors
  • Use WeddingHappy to keep track of addresses and phone numbers
  • iWedPlanner for wedding checklists

These tools can make you perfectly capable of planning your own wedding, and cutting costs the budget!

For more advice, click here.

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