Mywedding.com Debuts New West Appalachian Guides Just in Time for Summer

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Local vendor guides for West Virginia, Ohio, and Pennsylvania coincide perfectly with wedding season

We are thrilled to launch and expand our new guides in this area of the U.S. With communities so close knit, we look forward to helping couples plan the intimate and unique event they desire.

Mywedding.com, an online wedding planning resource, launches new local guides to their continually growing vendor and bridal couple community. Online guides are now available for West Virginia, Dayton and Toledo, Ohio, and the Lehigh Valley and Central Pennsylvania markets – increasing the total number of mywedding.com unique online vendor resources across the West Appalachian Territory to ten.

According to the 2010 WE tv Networks Wedding Report, over 152,000 weddings will be celebrated in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia, with an estimated spend of over $1.3 billion, $1.35 billion, and nearly $200 million, respectively. In an effort to accommodate the bridal couples in these areas, mywedding.com is responding by premiering numerous new local vendors in each area guide. We understand that due to ease for the bridal couple, the use of online wedding guides continues to grow quickly with a constant increase in demand. Mywedding.com’s goal is to not only meet demand, but to also anticipate all the wedding planning needs of our Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia couples.

The new West Appalachian guides will make finding wedding vendors a one-stop shopping experience for the couple. Katie Lenchuk, Director of Digital Media notes, “We are thrilled to launch and expand our new guides in this area of the U.S. With communities so close knit, we look forward to helping couples plan the intimate and unique event they desire. Finding the perfect vendors for your wedding can be challenging but our goal is to make everything simple and fun.” The Dayton, Ohio guide, for example, will provide the bride and groom numerous options for all of their possible vendor needs – from bakeries to reception sites – catering specifically to the local city and its best assets and resources.

At mywedding.com, bridal couples have full access to complete wedding resource guides and free planning tools, all designed to help make planning a wedding as easy as possible. Couples can create a free wedding website, order corresponding wedding invitations, and find expert advice on everything from wedding etiquette to cake and wedding party attire trends. Mywedding.com also just launched a new budgeting tool to help couples track finances throughout their entire planning process, not only to alleviate stress, but to help make sure the bride and groom plan the event they truly desire.

Check out the new West Virginia, Ohio (Dayton and Toledo), and Pennsylvania (Lehigh Valley and Central markets) guides for inspiration and create your free mywedding.com wedding website.

About mywedding.com:
Founded in 2002, mywedding.com has quickly grown to one of the largest online wedding planning tools in the country. As one of the most comprehensive online wedding media channels, mywedding.com offers over 100 local wedding guides, as well as free wedding websites and blogs to its users making it the first and only social networking site for engaged couples. Utilizing proprietary Internet technology for publishing and managing advertising listings, mywedding.com makes wedding planning easy and fun for couples while providing highly targeted local advertising to wedding vendors.        

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