What is Bridebook?
Bridebook helps you love your wedding. With a high-powered checklist, budget guidance on everything, and an incredible filterable venue and supplier directory, Bridebook helps make your wedding plans uniquely you – on any device – for free.
Your wedding tasks, costs, suppliers, advice and guests are all organised and synced continually – in real-time – across both the iOS app and the Bridebook.co.uk website. Add a guest’s details on the app, search venues on your home laptop, and save a favourite article on your lunch break at work… it’s always saved and synced for you!
How to create your Bridebook account
You can sign-up for a new Bridebook account using your email address, or login with your Facebook or Google accounts. Your same login details work across the iOS app and the website, making it easy to access your wedding plans on any device!
Contact us (Hi!)
We love hearing from couples and businesses who are using our free wedding planning tools! You can always email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’re having a problem, try to include the details of your device, and any screenshots, so we can help resolve your issue ASAP.
We’re real people and we will always read your message and try to get back to you within 48 hours (most likely, sooner).
Is your iOS app not working?
Bridebook works best on iOS 10.0 and higher. For the best experience, check that your operating system on your iOS device is up-to-date. Sometimes things don’t run as smoothly on older operating systems, and this is the best way to make sure it’s working perfectly.
On your device, go to: Settings > General > Software Update > Download and Install
If you’re a UK venue or supplier, we’d love to have you join us and create a FREE wedding business profile on Bridebook! Please visit Bridebook for Business for more information.
Want more Bridebook wedding inspiration? We can’t get enough of it either! Find us at your favourite social location on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter. You can also follow our founder, Hamish Shephard’s, Groom with a View column in the Evening Standard.