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Monica14912008 Monica14912008 3 years
If you're in event planning and have to handle a lot of check-ins, and especially if you need to hand out name tags, we happen to think #Boomset is pretty useful, too ;) Great read, Happy Tuesday!
Carina3362944 Carina3362944 4 years
I found a few of these on www.adorii.com... love that the wedding space is finally getting techy :)
wikibridal wikibridal 4 years
Hey, i am new to this. I loved all of those nine apps. Thanks for sharing this post! See this also. http://www.wikibridal.com/article-details.php?aid=15
wikibridal wikibridal 4 years
Hey, i am new to this. I loved all of those nine apps. Thanks for sharing this post! 
Julia2865665 Julia2865665 5 years
Love a lot of these apps! For the tech savvy (or not so savvy) bride, you should check out www.socialtables.com for managing your guest list and seating chart. It is currently a web application but is incredibly helpful! 
Victoria2653946 Victoria2653946 5 years
I have a ton of respect for women who plan their own weddings - not an easy feat! However, it is all worth it once you get to the big day and are celebrating with your friends and family. Another helpful app for guests arriving from out of town and are looking to explore - I suggest timeRAZOR, the dynamic hyperlocal events app, that gives you the scoop on cool events near your destination. It is free - iPhone and Android.
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