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3 Apps for the Hi-Tech Bride


by IMAGE
08th Sep 2014

Appycouple.com

APPY COUPLE
Curate content to share with loved ones by designing your own wedding website. Receive RSVPs, book hotels, keep guests updated, all in one click on an iPad, iPhone or Android device.
Appycouple.com

WEDDING PARTY APP
Wedding Party is the best place to capture, organise and share every moment of your wedding journey – guests can upload their photos, so you have an album from all angles.
Weddingpartyapp.com

INSTAWEDDING
Some of the best photos are the ones that aren’t on the shot list. Customise a hashtag and tell your friends to add it to their pics when they upload to Instagram.
Instagram.com

This article originally appeared in Volume 1 of BASH. Volume 4 is on shelves now.