When budgeting for their nuptials, Colorado couples spend anywhere from $500 to $5,000 on wedding planners alone. Now, just in time for the holiday engagement season, there’s a website for that. University of Denver grad Caroline Creidenberg launched Wedfuly in 2017 after realizing that, technologically speaking, the wedding industry was living in the Dark Ages. Wedfuly connects overwhelmed brides and grooms with certified and vetted planners through a messaging platform (although the union always starts with a 30-minute phone call). For $250, these organizing experts help clients create prewedding checklists, choose local vendors, and make schedules for the ceremony and reception—all without ever meeting face-to-face. (In-person help on the big day runs an additional $650 to $1,300, depending on the planner’s experience.) Overall, the service saves a typical couple about $4,000, a nice bit of change that can go instead toward the best part of the wedding: the honeymoon.