For InStyle's November issue, on newsstands now and availale for digital download, we teamed up with Google to uncover your most-searched questions and problems. Then, we found the best sites, apps, and tools to answer 'em all.
Whether you're newly engaged or quickly approaching your big day, chances are that to-do list is looking a tad overwhelming. So forget the virtual seating chart and focus on the tools that'll help save time and make your big day more beautiful. Trust us on this one: whip out your iPad and bookmark these smart sites.
For the Registry: Zola
Instead of limiting yourself to one or two retailers, broaden your options with this registry, which allows you to add gifts from any e-commerce site.
For Bespoke Dresses: Fame and Partners
Affordable bridal gowns that you can customize? Yes, please. Once you find the one on Fame and Partners, choose the length, neckline, sleeve style, and embellishments to make it your own.
For His Tux: The Black Tux
OK, so this one is technically for the groom, but what bride doesn't want her hubs-to-be looking dapper? Streamline the tuxedo-rental process: Pick a style, add your groomsmen, and get the tuxes shipped to you a week before the big day.
For the Flowers: Rebloom
Your centerpieces are stunning, but you'll never use 'em again after the band plays the last song. Make someone else's day by donating them to Rebloom. The flower-sharing service will pick the centerpieces up from your venue and refresh the arrangements so that somebody can buy them at a low cost for an event the following day. A large portion of the proceeds go to charity.