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If you were considering SnappyEverAfter for your wedding, but were put off by its pricing, we have some good news in store for you: We're reducing the base price of SnappyEverAfter to €19.
Neat, but why does SnappyEverAfter cost money at all?
Our service has some associated costs: servers, storage, development and maintenance work.
While we could make the service free for you, and fund it by some indirect means like advertising, we've decided in favor of a simple, upfront pricing.
If you feel the pricing is not right / is too high / is too low, please let us know though!
How SnappyEverAfter works
Here's a quick rundown of how SnappyEverAfter works:
- You design a mobile photo taking app for your wedding
- The app is instantly available for your wedding guests to install as a free app on the Apple App Store and Google Play
- The app can be installed an unlimited number of times. Everyone with a compatible device and a little photographic aspiration can and should join in
- Each guest can take and upload an unlimited number of photos. The more the merrier!
- All photos taken by guests are delivered to your gallery and safely stored in the cloud
- From your gallery, you can download all photos as a ZIP archive for safe keeping, making prints, sharing on social networks etc.
Sounds good? Take it out for spin yourself! No payment needed to get started and to try things out.
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Weekend Wedding News - The new, interesting and weird of wedding related news over the weekend
RTE’s Sport’s panel help’s a Bride send a special message on her Wedding day.
Bride Julie-Ann Coleman had a very special surprise in for her new husband David Jones on their wedding day, in the form of RTÉ’s famous panel of Bill O' Herlihy, Liam Brady, John Giles and Eamon Dunphy, who recorded an ‘analysis’ of Julie-Ann and David’s decision to tie the knot.
“I actually think David is taking a big chance Bill. He’s a really top lad,” said Brady.
“I think he’s taking a risk, but it might be a risk worth taking. I prefer to see the game unfold before I make a final decision.”
Dunphy then chimed in with a some of his trademark humour,
“She’s a smasher Julie-Ann, an absolute smasher! I don’t think she can be controlled this David fella.”
“I just want to wish Julie-Ann the best, and David, if it all goes pear-shaped I’m always here for you baby!”
John Giles warned Julie-Ann not only must she love David but she will have to learn to love the panel as well.
“I hope she is a fan of the panel as well, because if she isn’t then the marriage might not last that long,” says the senior analyst.
Finally, good old Bill signs off by giving David some solid guidance for his new married life:
“After 43 years of marriage let me give you a piece of advice. I have learned that only two things are necessary to keep your wife happy.”
“First, let her think she is having her own way and second, let her have her own way!
Julie-Ann and her wedding videographer somehow managed to convince RTÉ’s panel to record the skit, which released on YouTube Sunday and was recorded during Ireland’s 3-0 loss to Germany last October. The panel are clearly having fun with the idea and wished the happy couple all the best for their future together.
Check out the Video right Here
Weekend Wedding News - The new, interesting and weird of wedding related news over the weekend.
A bride who was kidnapped and was forced to marry an older man, eventually escaped captivity and after finding true love after 35 years, celebrates by permanently wearing her wedding dress, for the last ten years.
When she was 18, Mrs Junfeng was kidnapped from her hometown and sold to a remote village to be the wife of an elderly man, but after 15 years in captivity, she found the courage to run away.
Xiang Junfeng, 47, from Jimo in the Shandong province of China, is otherwise known as 'sister wedding gowns' by locals because of her tendency to wear her wedding gowns all year round.
She was originally sold to a man in Linyi, in China's Shandong province, but she claims the man almost used her like a slave, forcing her to work in the fields. She later escaped, running to a village in Liujiazhuang village in Jimo city in Shandong province were she was helped by a local woman.
This woman eventually introduced Mrs Junfeng to her brother, Zhu Zhengliang, who she married in 2004.
Before the big day she bought one dress, and later made three others, so she could rotate them and always be wearing one for each of the four seasons.
After she met and married her husband, he helped rehabilitate her to everyday life.
She said: "I had only ever known a violent and abusive man and I avoided men until I met my new partner who brought me truly out of my shell, and treated me so differently."
"My wedding day was the happiest day of my life and I never wanted it to end, and that was when I decided I wanted to not only keep wearing my wedding dress, but actually bought four other wedding dresses as well."
The only thing that upsets Xiang is that she can't register her marriage officially because she doesn't have the correct paperwork because of her first marriage.
However, the local police station said they are thinking of helping Xiang in becoming registered.
She said that locals regarded her as strange because of her obsession with the wedding dresses especially when she is working in the fields but added: "I don’t even have any other clothes."
But she said the main thing was that it didn’t disturb her husband, who knew that it made her happy
She said: "I don’t care what people say about me. My wedding dresses are part of my life and I will continue to wear them regardless."
We would like to extend our thanks to Blarney Woolen Mills Hotel that invited us to their Wedding Showcase on Sunday 9.3.14. Also the fantastic response we recieved from the public and all the couples that are due to tie the knot who we met there.
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If you're interested to make your Wedding Day different and unique why not consider the Snappy Ever After Photo App software.
Snappy Ever After is a simple and fun way for capturing those special moments from your big day. With a little help from your guests smart phones they can be your unofficial photographers for the day.
Tons of pictures can be taken and the bride and groom have exclusive access to their online secure album to pick which ones they would like to share or print.
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