Apps so help­ful you’ll want to save them a plate of chicken.

Milwaukee Weddings - - Content - - KRIS­TINE HANSEN

Help­ful plan­ning tools.

HOW MUCH PLAN­NING can you ac­tu­ally do with your phone? Plenty.

Appy Cou­ple, says Ash­ley Kuehnel of Mid­west­ern Bride, “al­lows (cou­ples) some space for their own cre­ativ­ity and in­di­vid­u­al­ity to take shape…. They also have help­ful plan­ning tools that can keep cou­ples up to date on eti­quette, new trends and bud­get.” Kuehnel’s also a fan of the Yelp-ish Wed­ding­wire, with what she thinks are hon­est re­views about ven­dors, for “a true snap­shot of the truth be­hind their work.”

For those wor­ried about a day-of bat­tle with Mother Na­ture, Dark Sky, says Tiara Gamez of Events to a T, “is an awe­some weather app that… is ex­tremely ac­cu­rate and user-friendly. It has helped us make some tough calls eas­ier when it comes to out­door events.” She also likes Honey­book be­cause “clients can view con­tracts from this site, sign them and even pay on­line, all through the app.”

Plan­ners like apps, too, as they can clar­ify a cou­ple’s vi­sion. Now, you can send the app link in an email or text, “as op­posed to send­ing Google docs with links else­where, floor di­a­grams from other sites, and images that skip all over Pin­ter­est,” says Kuehnel.

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