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5 Smart Ways To Effectively Communicate With Your Wedding Party

Great Ways to Stay on Track With Everyone in Your Circle


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Do you find it difficult to contact various members of your wedding party when you want to get together to discuss plans or events? Communication is an essential part of effective wedding planning and wedding organization. Besides the normal methods of email and text messaging, we’ve come up with some additional ways you can keep everyone in your circle informed and share ideas. Read on to discover additional methods of effective communication that get results.

5 Smart Ways To Communicate With Your Wedding Party

Planning a wedding is stressful enough, communicating should be the easiest part of it all. Here are some ideas for making it quick and easy:

1. Facebook Messenger

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With everyone using Facebook these days, one of the easiest ways to communicate with multiple people is to open a group chat on the messaging app. You can add people to the chat and get immediate responses, even if they aren’t online. If you want to have a way to post to a larger group of people, you can create a private Facebook Group for communications with the wedding party, family, and guests.


2. Skype/Zoom Video Chat

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Skype video chat is another great way to communicate with people in real-time. You can chat with a single person, or create a group video chat and include everyone. Skype is free to download and is a great tool for communicating with people far away.


3. Text & Email Messages (the obvious)

Email and text messaging are standard forms of communication that are effective for announcing upcoming events and changes to schedules that don’t require an immediate response. 



4. Private Pinterest Boards (your personal mood board)

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This method works well for the sharing of ideas and inspiration. You can create a private Pinterest Board for wedding ideas and invite others to “pin” helpful posts, infographics, suggestions for the wedding venue, tableware, hair, and makeup looks, and etc. It lets everyone get involved and takes some of the stress off the bride and groom to come up with ideas.

5. Wedding-specific Messaging Apps (check these out)
Guestboard is a wedding-specific messaging app designed for group communication. There is a message board, chat, and resources for organizing and finding discounts on accommodations, food, and travel for the wedding party and guests. The Bridesmaids is another messaging app for communicating and collaborating with your bridesmaids, and there is also an app for The Groomsmen as well. The apps are available for iPhone and Android phones.


Wedding-specific apps help you organize, schedule, stay in touch, and keep everyone on track.

Roundup
How do you communicate with everyone in your wedding party? Have you used these any of these apps, and if so, which ones do you recommend? Leave your questions and comments in the comment section below. We’d love to hear your suggestions. Check out more great apps for wedding planning, organizing, and communicating.

2 comments:

  1. Solid advice to keeping in touch with a group--especially shared Pinterest boards :).

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    1. Thank you. We think these tips will be helpful for DIY brides planning their wedding,

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