Website helping couples getting hitched
New website WeddingSite has been launched to take the stress out planning a wedding.
Archant, the media organisation of which the Newham Recorder is a part, has launched the site which features a full range of planning tools to assist brides, grooms and wedding planners in the run up to the big day.
Usage of the tools is completely free and, with thousands of weddings already being planned through WeddingSite, it’s clear that savvy brides-to-be are turning to online planning services to make their time and money go further.
Using sophisticated technology, WeddingSite pulls all the key aspects of wedding planning into a single place, automating a host of tasks a bride would typically have to do herself, and providing a real-time status update 24/7. It can even suggest a personalised wedding plan, including a tailored budget for each item based on the overall spend and a to-do list leading up to the wedding date.
Geeta Randev, head of marketing at WeddingSite, said: “At WeddingSite, we believe a wedding should be about enjoying the big day and not stressing about it for months.
“This website is a result of years of experience with running wedding events and providing wedding planning services and we believe it will revolutionise the wedding planning process, helping brides-to-be to focus on what really matters – having the most enjoyable day of their lives.”
Geeta added: “Backed by Archant, one of the UK’s largest community media organisations, WeddingSite will continue its drive to provide the most comprehensive suite of services to our brides and commercial partners.”
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WeddingSite will be rolling out a whole host of new features over the coming weeks and months, all a part of its quest
to make the wedding planning process as painless, accurate and enjoyable as possible.
Get hitched without the hitches and sign up for free at www.WeddingSite.co.uk