Wedding planning software can help with any kind of wedding, but if you’re planning a military wedding, The Organized Wedding can do even more to help you pull everything together with confidence and grace. It’s the only wedding software that has an understanding of military protocol built in from the ground up, and the only software that can automatically handle the etiquette for invitations addressed to military officers. The Organized Wedding is designed to make planning every facet of your wedding faster and easier – and for military weddings, formally proper, too. Just download the 30-day free trial (or buy the CD), and see how easy your wedding planning can be!
In addition to all of our great features for planning any wedding — things like building a guest list, preparing a budget and keeping a list of things to do — The Organized Wedding also has features to help with military weddings in particular.
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At The Organized Wedding, we know that if you're looking for wedding software, it's because you need to get things done — not because you want to spend all day typing. Every part of our wedding planning software is designed to help you plan the details of your wedding with speed, clarity and precision. You won't find any needless boxes to fill with typing. Instead, you'll find a wide array of powerful features that actively help you get the job done.
Note on military protocol for names and ranks:
If you received a copy of Service Etiquette as a cadet, you may notice that some of the envelope wording produced by The Organized Wedding is different from the book's. This is because weddings properly use a separate set of rules for social correspondence, while the emphasis of Service Etiquette is on professional correspondence.
The Organized Wedding uses the protocol laid out by Crane & Company's Wedding Blue Book, which is widely used by the diplomatic/embassy ball circuit. Of course, if you feel strongly about using some other wording, you can override the program and use whatever wording you'd like. After all, it's your wedding — we just help.
Note on military protocol for seating:
The Organized Wedding does not automatically seat guests according to precedence. That is, if you want to have officers arranged by rank at your tables, you'll need to use drag-and-drop to do it yourself. It's still easy, but it's one thing that we can't do for you.
If you would like a software package that can manage this too, you should look at the software produced by Del Drago