We’re well into wedding season. Here are a few female founders that are making the process of planning and organizing your big day a little bit easier. 

By Jessica Schimm (Assistant Editor, Women 2.0)

With so many details to keep track of and sort, planning weddings can get stressful quickly. And though there are multiple website platforms designed to help you map out your dream wedding, you are much more likely to have your smart phone or tablet with you during wedding appointments, bridal showers and shopping trips. This is where apps come in handy.

With at least two more months left of wedding madness, we’ve compiled a list of wedding apps created by female founders.

brit_headshot_largeBrit Morin (Founder, Brit + Co.)

 Weduary was created by Brit Morin (@Brit). The app lets you create your own social wedding site and lets guests connect with each other before the big day. Her DYI website Brit + Co. was recently backed by Marissa Mayer.

sharmeenSharmeen Mitha-Sehgal (CEO & Co-Founder, Appy Couple)

Appy Couple is a platform that allows the bride and groom to more easily communicate with the bridal party, sharing details of the hotel, flight, RSVP and more.

himaniHimani Amoli (Co-founder, Wedding Party)

Wedding Party is an app that allows a guests to upload collective photos and contribute stories in a digital guestbook. Amoli (@himani) was previously the co-founder of Startup Roots.

elizabeth-munroe-HedstromElizabeth Munroe Hedstrom (Co-Founder, Wedding Happy)

Wedding Happy is an app for iPhones that helps organize your wedding tasks and vendors. It also provides a countdown to your big day. Munroe Hedstrom has an extensive background as a web developer.

CARLEY_RONEYCarley Rooney (Co-Founder, TheKnot)

TheKnot911 app is an extension of the extensive wedding website TheKnot. In the app, Rooney (@carleyroney) answers all of you wedding questions -anything to wedding etiquette to the ceremony to fashion and beauty.

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jessica schimmJessica Schimm (@JessicaSchimm) is the assistant editor at Women 2.0. She is a recent graduate of San Francisco State where she earned a B.A. in journalism and was the editor-in-chief of SF State’s Her Campus chapter. She has a strong interest in women’s issues and writes about them on her blog Women Who Run San Francisco.