Engaged, Now What?
Three websites make wedding planning quick and easy.
Recently gotten engaged and now the excitement, or should I say
anxiety of planning a wedding has kicked in? Three sites with
unique services can help any bride to-be plan a wedding with
ease, so that their focus can remain on the details that make
INFORMATION & TOOLS TheKnot.com is an excellent resource for
brides and grooms to-be with useful articles and tips on picking
flowers, planning dinner parties, selecting a cake, how to pick
diamonds, and much more. Useful tools such as a wedding
checklist, guest list management, and wedding notebook, ease the
planning process of the wedding.
SERVICE PROVIDERS The most daunting task of wedding planning is
finding the right services. Although many sites list service
providers (i.e. caterers, party planners, DJs), brides-to-be
quickly find out that this information is virtually useless.
Categorizing services by area, or displaying dollar-sign symbols
do not provide a realistic sense about wedding services.
MyAffair.com has found an intelligent way to simplify this task.
On MyAffair.com, wedding services can be found by availability,
price, and area. Users can find and compare wedding vendors
available for their date, and in their price range, in seconds.
MyAffair.com saves everyone time by linking customers directly
to the service providers that they can afford. It also allows
for easy negotiations, and even allows customers to pay for
their services in installments.
GIFT REGISTRY WeddingChannel.com adds the final touch to
planning any wedding day, by having an online gift registry that
allows brides and grooms to register gifts from various stores.
The site also provides tips to help with health and fitness for
brides, advice on hiring service providers, and other useful
The use of TheKnot.com, MyAffair.com, and WeddingChannel.com
wrap up all wedding day needs. Without these great sites, a
special day can easily turn into a nightmare.