WeddingLovely Press Information

WeddingLovely Press & Background Information

WeddingLovely, an online wedding planning guide and vendor directory, was founded in January 2010 by Tracy Osborn. A part of 500 Startup's Fall 2011 batch and The Designer Fund, WeddingLovely's advisors include Ben Blumenfeld (founder of The Designer Fund) and Christina Brodbeck (first designer at YouTube, now founder of TheIceBreak). WeddingLovely received $50,000 in funding from 500 Startups and is now bootstrapped and profitable.

WeddingLovely is dedicated to making the wedding planning process simpler, less stressful, and full of love. WeddingLovely runs several properties, including:

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WeddingLovely is dedicated to simplifying the wedding planning process, through an online wedding planning guide and working with thousands of local and small-business wedding vendors worldwide.

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Tracy Osborn is a solo founder and a designer who taught herself how to program in order to launch WeddingLovely's initial product, WeddingInviteLove. She has not had a wedding of her own yet, and is dedicated to making the wedding planning process simpler for others before jumping in herself.

Tracy designed and developed all the WeddingLovely products.

WeddingLovely is an all-women team.

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  1. Tech ties the knot: New tools ease wedding planning

    Get planning advice, collab with your other half, access printable checklists, and find wedding vendors with a free account on this 500 Startups accelerator grad’s platform...

    by SFGate
  2. WeddingLovely Puts Thousands Of Wedding Vendor Listings Under One Roof

    WeddingLovely, a small, but growing 500 Startups-backed wedding planning service, has now launched a comprehensive wedding vendor directory that combines more than 2,300...

    by TechCrunch
  3. WeddingLovely Takes on TheKnot with Stress-Free Wedding Planning Service

    WeddingLovely, a 500 Startups-backed wedding planning service, is opening its doors today in an effort to “humanize” the wedding planning experience. It’s no small feat...

    by TechCrunch
  4. Will Investors Say 'I Do' to This Wedding Start-up?

    The Pitch: "Weddings are romantic, sentimental events, but wedding planning is very often a stressful undertaking. Most of the stress comes from information overload...

    by Inc.
  5. WeddingLovely creates curated experience for brides

    Soon-to-be brides are bombarded with to-do items for their big day and often turn to the Internet to find everything from the invites and flowers to the dress and...

    by vator news
  6. Who runs the world? The age of the female-centric startup

    Only 10% of venture-backed entrepreneurs are women. Yet women control a majority of consumer spending, are over 50% of the US population, and go to college in greater...

    by TheNextWeb
  7. The new 500 Startups class is the most international yet, and they’re zombies!

    500 Startups, the accelerator founded by angel investor Dave McClure, today announced its new class of 34 companies, Batch 002, its largest, and most international...

    by Venture Beat
  8. 500Startups Unveils 34 New Spooky Companies

    Venture firm 500Startups unveiled its third batch of startups for its accelerator program. The program, which kicked off in October, has its largest group of companies...

    by Forbes
  9. 500 Startups Peels Back The Curtain On Its Third And Largest Batch Yet

    It’s Halloween, so it’s the perfect day to unveil the newest group of 500 Startups’ “little monsters”. Yes, this is the name that founder Dave McClure and his partner...

    by TechCrunch
  10. WeddingInviteLove

    If you’re about to get married (or recently did) you have probably googled ‘wedding invitations’ and got lost in a sea of overwhelming, badly designed wedding invitation...

    by Swiss Miss

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