The big list of wedding planning apps Part II: RSVP and wedding website apps (updated for 2020!)

Updated Jan 9 2020
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This free wedding website tool makes your guest list, RSVPs, & save-the-date woes a thing of the past
Joy is one of several free wedding website tool makes your guest list, RSVPs, & save-the-date woes a thing of the past

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.

Joy

We've written about Joy for years because of their awesome app (or their site, of course!) allows you to update your wedding website as often as you like. You can also invite your partner, your mom, your wedding planner, etc. to be admins on the site and make changes. It can be as collaborative as you want it to be. There's also an included wedding schedule in the Joy app to keep you on track.

Joy allows you to invite from the site, collect digital RSVPs, and send messages (you know, to lovingly nag guests). RSVP information is updated live in your guest list and exportable as a spreadsheet to share and get organized.

Learn more here.

AppyCouple

AppyCouple offers RSVPs, photo sharing, guest list management, chat, and lots of other features.

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.

Wedding Party

iWedding 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.

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