There's an app for every aspect of wedding planning now. But it's a double-edged sword. Just because you CAN do something more quickly and easily than ever before, doesn't necessarily mean it's a good idea.
A new survey of 700 brides-to-be from The Knot and Mashable looked into social and digital wedding planning trends and found
In order to spread the exciting news forget the phone chain that your mom is planning and create a wedding website filled with all the information you're dying to share and your guests can't wait to read -- like how much of a discount you can get them at the hotel?
The wedding industry doesn’t like change. Not doing a bouquet toss? Shocking. Don’t feel like wearing white? How dare you
What do you think is the most stressful part of wedding planning? Whatever your answer, we bet there's an app for it. OK
The wedding of your dreams might cost you a pretty penny, but planning it doesn't have to. Click through the slideshow below
Flipping through the pages of a bridal magazine can leave you more confused than calmed. How do you know which products and services are good, and which ones leave you feeling cheated and ripped off?
"Today, more than 50 percent of Americans have a smartphone," Seidman told HuffPost Weddings. "It's a great way for couples
Over the years, the way a bride accomplishes all of her tasks has evolved, and today she has unlimited access to ideas and resources thanks to new technology platforms that are making weddings easier to plan.