Today’s technology makes planning a wedding much easier than it’s ever been. We live in a fast-paced, busy world. We don’t always live close to family, so their help may be limited. Fortunately, the Internet has become a fast, organized self-service port for all things nuptial.
Weddings are social! You can quickly spread the word about your engagement via Facebook. It’s also a super tool for gathering addresses and phone numbers for those you want to invite to the big event. Other social technology that will help you reach all the people you want involved in your wedding are Twitter, texting and Evite. After you’ve made the big announcement, use Google Maps to search for the right wedding vendors, and even the right wedding venue. Once you’ve found the location for your wedding, you can actually add that address or business to Google Maps, and directions are available to anyone via their own GPS. As you search for everything from wedding cakes to rings, take a break and visit engagement.jrdunn.com to create the perfect wedding ring right on their website.
The nuts and bolts for the engagement don’t have to be a challenge. For keeping it all organized, The Knot is a great web resource. As you become your own do-it-yourself wedding planner with web technology, you’ll get exactly what you want and save money, too. It’s only natural that you’ll hit the Internet to plan that perfect honeymoon the same way you plan your wedding. As you keep it social, don’t forget to post those great wedding pictures and videos on Facebook and YouTube. That way everyone experiences the big event.