(Closed) Wedding planning templates? Or something organizational?

posted 8 years ago in Technology
Post # 3
1835 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 2012 - Oak Tree Manor

I’ved used The Knot’s checklist for pretty much everything, it allows you to add your own checklist items too, so some of our particular details (e.g. buy sparklers for exit) I’ve been able to add. It’s online so you can access it from any computer. I used The Knot’s guest list tool and the seating chart tool, too, and they’ve been really really helpful! The guest list tool lets you create a list of people, add their addresses and any notes about them, put in the date you mailed the invitations, check off whether they RSVPed yes or no (really helps you tally up the RSVPS!!), put in the gifts they gave you, and track the dates you send thank-you cards to each guest. The guest list tool is linked to the seating chart tool, and it lets you drag and drop couples and families to different tables. I did our whole seating chart in ~15 minutes. Good luck planning!

Post # 4
137 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

I second The Knot’s Checklist. They also have an app that I use on my IPhone and that’s been really, really helpful in organizing everything. I mainly use a Google spreadsheet that my Fiance created and we both share, so we can go back and forth and edit things. It’s really helpful! I also love A Practical Wedding’s checklists/timelines – it’s pretty comprehensive and they’re free to download off their site (just google it). 

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