Good news preParti people, we have a new updated version of the app! You can now share your files with other friends who have the app! This might be one of the best part of preParti. Let's say you want to share your dream layout with your mom who is helping you with the seating chart or say you're an event planner and need to show your client what their event will look like. If they have the preParti app, they can open your layout and walk through it exactly as you want it. They can even make adjustments and send it back to you so you can see exactly what they envision. Here's what it all looks like:
This is an example of what your screen would look like when you choose a venue... See that orange bar on top? Click on that and you can start sharing!
All you need to know is their ID.
"You can even export your floor plan, so you can print it out and share it with whoever you need to share it with.
It's the season of sharing so start planning and start sharing!
We also have new tutorial buttons. If you click on the button at the top that looks says "p!" you'll see pics like this:
There's 11 tutorial screens going over basic core functions, so click on the button and start becoming a preParti pro in no time!
Lastly, I'm leaving you with some city scenes from one of the most beautiful venues in downtown Atlanta. We added the snowglobes and you can see how beautiful Atlanta can be during the day and the night.
Regina Weir, Co-Founder of preParti. She lived in New York for 13 years before moving back to her home town of Atlanta. She ran 2 successful businesses, one of which was a manufacturing factory making uniforms, the other a commercial laundry working with some of the largest event spaces in Atlanta including Turner Field and Cobb Galleria, Regina has experience in production management, business management and events. During that time she also co-founded Factory Girls, a much lauded fashion incubator to help emerging designers in Atlanta. She co-founded Preparti with her brother Dosa Kim in February of 2016 to help merge a technology gap for consumers in the bridal market.