Whether it’s a 16th birthday or a silent auction, there is so much that goes into planning one event. Luckily, technology is here to help. Stay organized and simplify planning your event by downloading these five apps on your smartphone or tablet!
Dropbox is one of our favorite apps to use for coordinating our events. With this free app you’re able to upload guest lists, menus, photos, and notes to your account, and it’s automatically synced to all your devices- from your computer to your phone. Our favorite part of Dropbox is the ability to give anyone access to your folders and documents, so each vendor, host and even guest (if you want) can have access to all the important documents!
This free app is perfect for any wedding planning couple. Besides providing more than 50,000 pictures and ideas for “inspiration,” The Knot app allows you to search for vendors, plan and track a budget and even update your guest list. Just like Dropbox, this app synchs to your online account, so you can access all of your tools from on the go or from your computer.
Miss the days of walkie-talkies? Voxer is essentially a walkie-talkie app for your smartphone. You have the ability to leave voicemails on your contact's phone without calling them, which is perfect for any event in a large venue-whether you’re hosting the event, or a busy bride needing to leave a quick message for your caterer.
ScannerPro gives you the ability to take a picture of any receipt or paper, convert it to a PDF, and email them instantly (or save them to your Dropbox!) No need to worry about losing the photographer contract, or the bill for the caterer, when you can automatically save it to your phone and email with this cheap app.
We cannot stop raving about Pinterest.com, and the same thing goes for the app. Pinterest’s app lets you take pictures and upload to any of your pin boards whenever you’re inspired- even if you just adore the colors of the flowers on your bosses desk, snap a pic and upload it instantaneously!
Note from Sarah!
Life got too crazy to blog, but please enjoy these archives of some of our favorite past weddings.