Mornington Wedding : 5 great apps to keep you on track!

Where should I start my wedding planning?

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Mornington wedding planning tools for couples in australia

Time goes past so quickly and before you know it your wedding is around the corner! Before you start panicking here are a few apps to get your planning started and hopefully keep you on your tracks!

Another useful tip is to have a look in the Facebook world and look for groups that are wedding related in your area, a lot of couples share some valuable information and you can find recommendations from everyone.


This is a great planing app, it allows you to keep a track on your expenses as well as your to do lists.

This app will let you know once you have gone over budget and it will also let you track your guests and their RSVP and dietary recommendations. Another great feature of this app is that you can download and export your data if you want to share it and email to your partner or any other people involved in your wedding planning.


Just like Manage my wedding this app will help you to track your wedding budget and to do lists. A great feature of this app is the capabilities to add people that you would like to collaborate with, this could be some of your vendors and bridesmaids. Another great feature of this app is the option to change languages.


This is a number one planning resource. With the option to have boards for each component of your wedding day, this app will be a great resource of inspiration.


This app will let you keep the images taken by your guests at your wedding day. This is a great way to keep your memories in one place and to encourage others to take photos!


This is a project management app and it will let you save larger PDF files as well as Excel files. With this app your notes are available anywhere. The great advantage of this app is that it syncs within your devices and Moleskin has recently launched an EVERNOTE notebook, with the format of this book, you can sync your notes to your app linking your handwriting to the digital media.

I hope that you find this compilation of apps handy and that they help you to plan your rad wedding day! And I can’t wait to photograph your wedding day!

Fran Jorgensen is a wedding photographer based in Melbourne, available Australia wide. If you would like to explore more about wedding planning here are a few options to look around our wedding blog: Wedding venues in melbourne, Melbourne wedding venues with an urban feel, Melbourne breweries that also host weddings.