In the last year or so, I have started to interact with clients, both current and prospective, via Facebook. So I was intrigued when I ran across a new wedding planning website; that hopes to do for wedding planning what Facebook has done for catching up with your friends.
It’s called OneWed.
The idea is to make wedding planning a social event, between you and those you invite to your own private area of the site. A whole lot of little jobs that you would previously have had to do separately are all integrated in the one place:
- a personal wedding website, so you can give your guests all the information they need
- a wedding checklist, with a ton of usual items right there ready for you
- guest lists, with photos, rsvps,
- photo sharing, for ideas for your event and documenting the festivities
Sounds straight-forward right? Well, it looks like there’s a whole lot of power you get from putting all those things together.
You can tag people’s roles in your special day, so you can do things like delegating tasks to particular people (get the best man to pick up the rings), organise events (dress and suit fittings), and so on.
To top it off, there’s already some Facebook integration built in, so it can pull across your photos and details to get you started straight away.
So, it certainly looks interesting to me; who’s going to be the first couple to give it a shot?
(found via Mashable )