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Busy? Download The Ultimate Wedding App!

Per Business Wire, 'TheKnot.com, a global media and technology leader announced the launch of its first all-inclusive wedding planning application for the iPhone and iPad today, The Knot Ultimate Wedding Planner, now available in the Apple App Store. Couples can now create and update their wedding to-do list, track wedding budget expenses, browse thousands of wedding dresses and bookmark inspirational photos of cakes, wedding décor and more – all while on the go. This first-of-its-kind wedding app is complimentary through February 29, 2012, due to a launch partnership with The Registry at Bloomingdale’s.'
Features of The Knot Ultimate Wedding Planner App for the iPhone and iPad include:
  • Ultimate Wedding Checklist. Not sure when to book the photographer or order the cake? Keep organized with a checklist that tells you exactly when to complete each wedding task.
  • Wedding Budgeting Tool. Get an estimated budget and keep track of payments for everything from the reception hall to the band.
  • Photo “Scrapbooks” Out with your girlfriends? Quickly reference photos of your dress, hairstyle and accessories, or get their opinions on several bridesmaid dress choices. Meeting with your florist? Show them your “inspiration board” of the bouquet and centerpiece images you’ve saved.
  • Top Registry Picks. Browse the registry gallery for the top featured picks at Bloomingdale’s and all your registry must-haves.
  • Thousands of Wedding Dresses. Shop on the go. Looking for an A-line dress under $2,000? Search, select and save your favorite wedding and bridesmaid dresses from thousands of images that can be filtered based on designer, price and style.
  • 5,000+ Inspiring Wedding Ideas. Browse ideas for cakes, décor, hairstyles, bouquets and more from our comprehensive slideshows of wedding inspiration. When you see something you love, share it with your friends and save it to your scrapbook, where you can organize all your favorite wedding details for easy access.
The app is available on a complimentary basis until February 29, 2012, when it will then be available for purchase for $4.99.  Get it today!

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by Rashana Anderson
Founder & Managing Director, THE BRIDAL PARTY

Comments

kennady said…
The app should have more features like wedding resources,rsvp etc and also the wedding app should have the simple to use. It must reduce the time and work for the wedding people.

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