10 Best Wedding Planning Checklists (To Keep Your Day Smooth And Organized)

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Getting engaged is very exciting. But after you take a photo to put on Instagram, tell everyone you ever met, and set a date, there’s a whole lot of wedding planning to get done. And that process can be incredibly overwhelming.

Much like everything else, there’s an app for that! Or, in this case, a website. To help you keep everything saved in one place, here are some great wedding planning websites for those freshly engaged couples, or those are are getting a little bit stuck along the way.

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1. The Knot All-in-One Wedding Planner 

With The Knot app, you can discover your wedding style, add and manage registries, explore 250,000 local vendors, stay organized, track your budget and more. Chat with vendors on the spot and get notified as soon as they respond, manage guest lists, accept RSVPs, track meal choices, peek at gifts, and update your wedding website.

2. Appy Couple

This website has a one time fee (about $55), but offers tons of features from a guest list and RSVP list (digital invite management is the best!), to tracking thank you messages. There’s also wedding planning checklists, and it’s available in multiple languages.

3. Wedding Planner by WeddingWire

From booking your wedding venue to your final wedding dress fitting, the customizable wedding checklist will help you stay on top of every task. You can even set your budget and manage it entirely from your phone. Browse the directory of over 250,000 vendors to find top-rated professionals in your area — all for free!

4. My Registry

This registry has traditional functions, but also a cash gift fund. It keeps track of your gifts, manages thank you notes, and easily shares your registry with your guests. It's an essential planning and organizational tool for your wedding.

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5. Flutter Social

Flutter Social instantly matches couples with wedding vendors that best fit their needs. As you hire vendors, matches get smarter to show you businesses that have experience working with the vendors you're booking. You book your venue, and Flutter Social shows you the vendors who have experience working at that venue and best fit your needs.

6. Wedding Happy

This app is available for free both on Apple and Android/Google and is helpful, from reminders to scheduling a list of everything there is to do, with free reminders and a calendar function. If you care to delegate responsibilities, you can share that list with others and have your progress tracked.

7. My Wedding

This site is great for tracking RSVPs and registries, but it's also a way to keep wedding information, details and updates in one space. Consider it your wedding blog and information hub, all at once!

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8. Mint

It’s not romantic, but a big part of wedding planning is budgeting. Mint links with your bank account and credit cards to help monitor spending and move funds around.

9. Trello

Trello is a wedding planning and organization site that feels like a mega pinboard. Tasks can be organized and moved to folders and dragged down when completed, and other features let the bride attach photos or documents to cards. You can even color-code labels and set deadlines, with auto-generated reminders.

10. Here Comes the Guide

This site lets you print out a 90-day checklist, which helps you plan every detail of your wedding in 3 months! Though 6 months is ideal, sometimes we really need to move things up faster.

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Aly Walansky is a NY-based lifestyles writer who focuses on health, wellness, and relationships. Her work appears in dozens of digital and print publications regularly. Visit her on Twitter or email her.