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App keeps brides sane - and helps wedding guests find love

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Wedding planning is tough -- just ask any bride. Fortunately there's an app to make organizing the big day less stressful and even help keep single guests happy. Brit Morin, founder of weduary.com, speaks with msnbc.com's Rosa Golijan.