The Best Apps For Wedding Planning

Once you’ve booked your venue, you can use this free VR app — which requires goggles to experience, but it’s totally worth it — to design and tweak your floor plan. If you have a wedding planner, he or she can help you place the furniture and decor around the venue and make any changes through the app.

AllSeated has tens of thousands of scaled floor plans for venues across the country. You can also make a seating chart and guest list, manage RSVPs, and create a timeline through it. The best part? It’s collaborative, so your vendors and bridal party can help you out in real time.

SEE YOUR WEDDING IN VIRTUAL REALITY

Couples can now experience their wedding before it happens, thanks to the first ever virtual reality wedding tool released by event tech company AllSeated. By using special virtual reality goggles, couples, planners and other vendors can now virtually tour their future wedding, complete with furniture, in a realistic simulation.

VR is the latest in AllSeated’s tools that include scaled floorplans of tens of thousands of venues across the U.S., as well as guest lists, seating arrangements, timelines, and 3D design capabilities. The company is used in 10 percent of all events in the U.S. and has more than 100,000 users.

“Experiencing the wedding before it happens enables a much better planning process and will bring millions of engaged couples peace of mind,” said Sandy Hammer, co-founder of AllSeated.

In the next few weeks, AllSeated will be adding even more features to the virtual reality tool. Brides will be able to see their full table and buffet setup with plates, utensils and linens as well as virtually walk among their guests and see each guest’s name.

A VIRTUAL REALITY TOOL TO HELP WEDDING PLANNERS

Planners and couples can now experience their event before it happens thanks to the first ever virtual reality tool released by AllSeated. By using special virtual reality goggles, planners and other wedding professionals can now virtually tour their future reception room, complete with furniture, in a realistic simulation.

This video demonstrates how it works.

VR is the latest in AllSeated’s tools, which include scaled floor-plans of tens of thousands of venues across the U.S. as well as guest lists, seating arrangements, timelines, and 3D design capabilities. The company is used in 10 percent of all corporate and social events in the U.S. and has more than 100,000 users.

“Experiencing the event before it happens enables a much better planning process and will give much more power to event professionals,” said Sandy Hammer, co-founder and CMO of AllSeated. “Our new VR offering breaks the mold of traditional efficiency tools and helps our users improve the way they plan and deliver world-class events.”

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On Monday, AllSeated, a system of free, cloud-based planning tools, released a virtual-reality experience for its venue floor plans. Using AllSeated’s VR goggles, planners can now take a virtual tour of their venue complete with furniture and decor.

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