The big list of wedding planning apps Part II: RSVP and wedding website apps #Invitation advice#apps#email invitations#rsvp#wedding websites September 25 2015 | Catherine Clark bijouxandbits Photo by Harsha KR — CC BY 2.0. Template by MyWedding Related Post How to use Google Docs to create an online wedding RSVP tool Many wedding website or paperless invitation services offer a built-in RSVP tool, which is fabulous. However, if you’re looking for a free DIY option, look... Read more We've been talking about the latest wedding planning apps that are taking over the big planning binder. In Part I, we talked specifically about inspiration and collaboration tools. This time around, we'll be hitting the big players in RSVP and wedding website apps and tools that make dispersing information and collecting RSVPs much easier. Blanket warning: Watch out for gendered language and more "traditional" options than we're used to around these parts. MyWedding We've partnered with MyWedding for years because of their awesome offbeat templates and 100-percent free features, so we're pretty partial. They offer galleries, guestbooks, music, RSVPs, personal blogs, group emails, and more in a pretty stylish way for a set price with no monthly fees after that. Learn more here. Glo Glo offers paperless wedding communications, including wedding website information, multiple event tracking, RSVP collection, communication options for guests, beautiful templates (or design your own), and a free trial to check it all out. AppyCouple iOS | Android AppyCouple offers RSVPs, photo sharing, guest list management, chat, and lots of other features. Weduary Weduary has a pretty interesting social aspect allowing guests to mingle online. They also offer RSVPs, registries, photo uploads, custom domains, and lots of templates with a free trial period. Wedding JoJo Wedding JoJo also has custom domains, RSVP features, registry options, and a free option with limited features. Postable Postable's deal is that they'll mail thank yous, save-the-dates, and invites using snail mail from your uploaded lists. They make sending out non-electronic cards a little easier and more trackable. RSVPify RSVPify offers online RSVP and guest list tracking with a free and an upgraded plan with additional features. You can track meal options, email notifications, and passcode options with lots of customizations. HitchedUp/Minted HitchedUp recently merged with Minted and is still in beta (as of September 2015). You can log in with a Minted account to access all of their pretty templates and newly acquired RSVP/guest list tools through HitchedUp's tools. RSVP Wedding Manager RSVP Wedding Manager offers guest list tracking, wedding planning checklists, budgeting tools, mailing label printing, and RSVP tracking for a yearly fee. Wedding Party iOS | Android Wedding Party is an all-inclusive app providing photo collection, RSVPs, planning tools, chat, registry, and countdowns all for free. AnRSVP AnRSVP offers just RSVP tracking, but it does offer unlimited RSVPs/guest list tracking for free (some other apps charge for 100+), no account required for guest RSVPs. Need wedding website tips? What apps are YOU using to collect manage your RSVPs or are you doing it yourself? This post features Offbeat Vendors! Check out their vendor listing to see how they cater to Offbeat Brides: MyWedding Glo | email invitations and wedding websites Minted Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Catherine Clark Catherine Clark is Offbeat Bride's Senior Editor. In her spare time she loiters at her local library, makes art, watches movies en masse, plays video and tabletop games, poorly cooks healthy things, cuddles with her feline fur baby, and blogs at BijouxandBits.com. @enidjcoleslaw @bijouxandbits @bijouxandbits PREVIOUS 38 offbeat boho wedding ideas that give us flowery, lacy, vintage-inspired chills NEXT Wedding shoes: Low heels that are still high on life Show/Hide comments [ 2 ] I'm a little bummed out by this post – it has factual inaccuracies, and the one sentence summaries that all kinda sound the same (except for the sponsors) don't accurately represent the features of each of these tools. (For example, Appy Couple has no monthly fee – just a flat one time price structure.). I get that OBB wants to support your sponsors, and I do too – many of our vendors were found at the Lovesick Expo or through the site – but if you're doing a survey of all the tools out there, the sponsor products should be able to stand on their own. (And I think they can!) I'd love to see a detailed comparison grid that breaks down all the features available – each of these products has limitations that make them better suited for various types of weddings, and there isn't really a good guide out there to help make the decision that I've been able to find. Sorry if this comes across as a bit harsh – I clicked hoping this post would save some research time, and was sad that I'm back to square one since it reads more like an advertorial post than a true survey of the choices (despite not being tagged as such) 🙁 Reply While I totally hear your editorial criticisms (and I'll speak with the editor to clean up factual inaccuracies), I do want to clarify that no one paid to appear in this post. We are extremely diligent about marking sponsored content, and this post is not sponsored in any way. 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