Thursday, November 29, 2012
Destination Wedding Planning Tools: A New, Excellent Online ResourceWords by Anne Nichols with Favery
Photos courtesy of Gertrude and Mabel Photography Plan Your Destination I Do With Favery
There are countless details which go into creating an unforgettable destination wedding, and it can be overwhelming. That’s why I created Favery.com, a new, free online service which provides a collaborative way to coordinate, keep track of and make decisions on all the little (and big) details that make a one-of-a-kind destination wedding.
Here are the top three reasons brides choose Favery to plan their upcoming nuptials:
Not only can you save or “Fave” your favorite inspirations on Favery’s visual bulletin boards, but you can also choose your audience with privacy settings – you decide if your board is public, private or invite-only.
Privacy was imperative for Ian and Jacqueline as they planned their destination wedding in Hawaii. They loved having all their wedding details accessible from anywhere at anytime. But, what was more important was the ability to keep their boards private, guaranteeing that their special day was truly unique.
2. Collaborate & Ask for Advice
With Favery, you can invite friends to save their own inspiration to your boards (can you imagine how helpful this is for bridesmaids?). And, you can ask for advice through visual polls. It's easy to assemble images, ask a question and get instantaneous feedback. (Yeah, no more phone tag!) Polls can be posted and voted on by the public community or shared privately with family, friends and event planners.
To help narrow down their ideas, Ian and Jacqueline shared their inspirations with their wedding photographer. They used Favery to create a visual poll and asked their photographer to vote on her favorite ideas.
3. Make Efficient, Confident Decisions
Favery makes it easy to gather all your ideas in one place, get valuable advice from trusted loved-ones and reliable professionals, narrow your choices and make a quick and confident decision. Getting feedback from the people whose taste and style you admire turns the hard decisions into a snap.
Congratulations to Ian and Jacqueline!
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