For anyone struggling to pick a palette or who's letting her bridesmaids choose their own dresses "as long as they're seafoam green," this is a must.6.
The hub links directly to Google Calendar, so no one gets to complain about being out of the loop.
Best for tracking your spending in life, and on the wedding: Mint While not made specifically with weddings in mind, Mint is a popular free money-management site for a reason: It's easy to use, syncing with your bank account and credit cards so you can monitor your spending and move funds around as needed.
(And it probably will be needed.) Create a wedding budget and stay on track, thanks to weekly email summaries and text reminders when payments are due.9. Let Skipper do the work: Plug in your wedding location, dates, and the number of rooms needed, and the site will populate nearby hotels at a variety of price points.
Best for the bride who doesn't know where to start: Wedding Wire This venue and vendor database is a one-stop shop, with more than 200,000 local listings and 2.5 million reviews by real brides.
So if you're clueless about where to wed and who to hire, do a quick search and narrow results by type, location, price, or rating.