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Get Your Wedding Planning Guide Today! Where can you find the best wedding planning guides? When the big question has been popped and the answer is an enthusiastic "YES", you need to start planning. Whether you're imagining a small, romantic destination wedding at an exotic locale or a huge church ceremony with a few hundred - or thousand - friends and family members, there's a lot that goes into the decisions between now and "I do".

There are a wide range of websites offering to take the stress out of that process by helping you with everything from theme possibilities to recommended vendors like photographers and caterers in your area. The best wedding planning guides include a jaw-dropping array of tools that let you manage your guest list and RSVP's, track your budget, and keep track of your extensive to-do list - usually through a convenient app that you can access anytime, anywhere.

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3 stars
Woman Getting Married

WOMAN GETTING MARRIED

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Woman Getting Married has been around since 2009. This Wedding Planning Guide focuses on several areas of wedding prep:

  • Dresses
  • Wedding Ideas
  • Checklist
  • Venues
  • Vendors
  • Real Weddings

Browsing through the Woman Getting Married site felt like what you'd read on Buzzfeed or Popsugar: "18 Wedding Hair Accessories to Complement Your Bridal ‘Do", "10 Down-Home Country Wedding Ideas", and "10 Ways to Make Your Wedding Ceremony Unique" are just a few of the articles you'll find.

When it comes to their database of vendors, Woman Getting Married wasn't as robust as some of the other Wedding Planning Guides we evaluated. In our area - a midsize metro region - there were only 6 recommended vendors within a 50-mile radius.

How about checklists? The online version offered by Woman Getting Married is pretty detailed, with plenty of links to relevant articles, places to buy items mentioned, and so on. But, if you want a printable list, Woman Getting Married's is pretty sparse: a link to a basic one-page list provided by their featured favorite bridesmaid dress vendor. That comes up a little short for a nervous bride or groom who wants to have everything laid out on paper.

One unique feature of this wedding planning guide is the Thursday podcast. If you've got 15 minutes or half an hour (maybe during your work commute or while you're out for a run), you can get a lot of advice similar to what you'll find in Woman Getting Married's online articles.

Compared with most of the wedding planning guides we reviewed, Woman Getting Married doesn't offer anything exceptionally different or useful. It's not a bad resource - and hey, it's free! - but chances are good that you'll find a better range of tips, vendors, and other helpful info from another site.

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Wedding Planner Guide

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Wedding Planner & Guide has been helping couples create and plan their weddings for more than three decades. The service is based in Madison, Wisconsin, so the photographers and other vendors featured on this website are local to that area.

But, if you're just looking for general inspiration and ideas for what you might like your own wedding to look like - and not necessarily to hire a specific vendor (yet) - you may find some helpful resources on this site. Check out the categories at the top of the page for what you need:

  • Shows
  • Vendors
  • Magazine
  • Planning
  • Inspiration
  • Blog
  • Checklists

Especially if you are a pen-and-paper person rather than an app-user, you might like the checklists section of Wedding Planner & Guide. Offered at no cost, the downloadable/printable PDF gives you a calendar checklist spanning the time from immediately after the engagement to 12 days after the wedding, places to record your estimated and actual expenses, wedding attendants and special participants, and much more.

Otherwise, you'll mostly have to browse the site to find what you're looking for. There isn't a lot of direction on the Wedding Planner & Guide site; it mostly feels like an Insta-inspired journey through images that might give you an idea for what you'd like to see in your own event. On the Inspiration page, there are filters on the left side of the page that let you search the images by Style, Locations/Views, Color, Season, Details (hair, veils, bouquet, etc.) and Business Name.

As we wandered through many of the pages and images on the website, we noticed that it's not as LGBTQ+ inclusive as some of the other wedding planning guides in our review - all but one of the images on the main page at the time of our review were male-female couples - but this may have more to do with the slightly more conservative population of Wisconsin (not necessarily Madison) than anything else.

You won't find the same wealth of resources in our higher-ranked services when using the Wedding Planner & Guide site - no handy app for planning guest lists, no connections with gift registries, etc. But, on the off chance that you live in or near Madison, this could be a great site for not only getting ideas but also for connecting with reputable vendors in your area. Otherwise, you'll probably find this guide to be too limited to use for any in-depth wedding planning.

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You can also get inspiration and advice from real couples. Thinking of having a wedding in the woods during winter? Check out what other brides and/or grooms did - and maybe even get practical tips for staying warm and keeping everyone from getting wet! Not sure how to navigate tricky family dynamics, which friends to invite to be in the wedding party, or how to word an invitation that includes everyone? Most of these wedding planning guides have in-depth advice and answers to guide you.

You've got a lot on your mind already, so how can you tell which online wedding planning guide is the right fit for you and your significant other? Here are several factors to keep in mind as you consider what's available:

  • Cost. Most online wedding planning guides don't charge to use the service. If you're interested in a paid planning tool, will you get enough value out of what you pay to make it a better choice than a free option?
  • Services Offered. What kind of help or advice are you looking for? Do you need an all-in-one site that gives you access to an app, checklists, plus ideas and inspiration for everything from flowers to food? Or maybe you're just at the beginning stages of planning and want to know if there are any available venues in your area? Choose a wedding planning guide that fits your needs.
  • Inclusivity. If you're planning a non-traditional wedding, can you find resources on the site? Are there couples and stories that you can identify with that are featured in the photos and articles?
  • Use of Technology. With so much of today's world online, it makes sense that more couples are taking advantage of fully-featured tech tools to streamline their wedding planning. Are you interested in having an app that you (as well as friends and family) can use to update RSVP's, list and/or buy items on a gift registry, and more? Not every wedding planning guide offers that capability.

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best Wedding Planning Guides available today. We hope this information helps you create and plan the best wedding you've ever dreamed of!

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