Posts Tagged ‘events’

Remember the days of sending out real paper invitations to your friends and then waiting patiently by the phone for them to call with their response?  OK, so some of you are probably too young to remember those days, which is unfortunate since it’s a much more personal way to introduce your event to your […]


First of all, let me say that I will try to make this my last post (for a while) about anything wedding related. It just so happens that I received a note from the founders of MyWeddingBinder yesterday and after using it a bit today, I really feel that it is a very useful tool. […]


As some of you may know, I’ve got wedding planning on the brain.  And it’s stressing me out.  A lot.  Thankfully there are a ton of online tools that are easing a bit of the stress.  I honestly don’t know how anyone planned a big event, like a wedding, without the help of the Internet.  […]


First of all, let me give you a little bit of background as to why I have such beef with Evite: It was two days before New Year’s Eve and I finally decided to send out invites for the New Years party I had planned on having for at least a month.  That part was […]


Lifehaps allows you to create a timeline filled with all of your life events – Starting with your birth and ending with, well, you know. It’s actually a lot more fun to use than I originally thought and really easy to get started.  To sign up for your account, you just need to select your […]


Presdo is an online scheduling application that helps you to quickly, and attractively, schedule events with a group of people.  It’s very minimalistic from the get go, only requiring you to type in what you want to do with your guests before bringing you to another page where you can add locations and more event […]


I come from a very large family.  Let me give you some stats:  4 brothers, 2 sisters, 8 nieces, 3 nephews, 1 Mom, 1 Dad.  Yes, I’m Irish.  The point is, that when we want to plan a weekend when we can all get together, it’s a complete mess of emails (we aren’t all that […]