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mywedding.com Awards the Top 1% of Wedding Venues and Professionals with Announcement of the Best of mywedding Awards

The Wait is Over for Couples in Search of the Most Loved Wedding Venues and Professionals

CASTLE ROCK, Colo., Feb. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- mywedding.com, the most informational and inspirational website for engaged couples, unveils the 2013 winners of the Best of mywedding Award. The Best of mywedding Awards empower engaged couples to find the best-of-the-best in their area. Unlike other wedding award programs, the Best of mywedding Award is a highly exclusive program, recognizing just one winner per category on the city and state level.

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"Distinctions such as True Love status and the Best of mywedding Award give couples an additional layer of insight," said Charles Oster, vice president of local enterprise. "With well over 150,000 businesses on mywedding.com, it is imperative for wedding pros and venues to organically distinguish themselves. This merit of excellence helps accomplish that goal by utilizing couples' feedback to identify and showcase the top 1% of wedding pros and venues."

Best of mywedding Award winners are selected based on:

·         Loves - user endorsement from current and former customers

·         Love Notes - user recommendations

·         Multimedia - quantity of digital resources provided to mywedding.com users

·         Quality – integrity of the vendor's work on their featured profile

To protect the integrity of the Best of mywedding Awards, vendors only qualify after they achieve enough user recommendations to earn True Love status. 

"Having never planned an event of this magnitude, couples often find themselves immersed in a sea of venues and wedding professionals that they have no familiarity with. Couples are looking for easy ways to discover exceptional vendors near them, and vendors are looking for new ways to connect with engaged couples," said Meghan Schoen, vice president of marketing. "We designed the Best of mywedding Awards program with both our couples and vendors in mind: we are using couples' feedback to help other engaged couples navigate the wedding planning experience while simultaneously recognizing venues and wedding professionals that truly stand above the rest."

Couples and vendors can identify the 2013 winners on the Best of mywedding Award winner page.

About mywedding.com

Celebrating 11 years of service in 2014, mywedding.com provides the complete guide map for every couple's wedding planning adventure. mywedding.com empowers couples to create a wedding that perfectly encompasses their style and budget. From checklists to inspiration galleries, mywedding.com delivers a robust offering of locally relevant and reliable resources, including a suite of free wedding planning tools all designed to guide couples on a stress-free journey to wedded bliss. For more information about mywedding.com and to start your journey, visit www.mywedding.com

Media Contact: Meghan Schoen, mywedding.com, 866.469.9333 ext 7205, [email protected]

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