Archive of: Best of Bride, Best of Bride winners

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Best of Bride 2016 Fall-Winter 2016

Best of Bride 2016

Our readers voted in the 8th annual online poll that determined which wedding service providers voters felt offer the best quality, service and artistry. Here are the winners!

Best of Bride 2015 Fall-Winter 2015

Best of Bride 2015

Nearly 2,000 people voted in our 7th annual online poll that determined which wedding service providers voters felt offer the best quality, service and artistry. Here are the winners!

Best of Bride Winners 2014 Fall-Winter 2014

Best of Bride Winners 2014

More than 2,200 of you voted and here are the results. Congratulations to all the winners!

Best of Bride 2013 Fall-Winter 2013

Best of Bride 2013

The results to the fifth annual online poll are in! See who our readers voted as the best, most trustworthy wedding professionals in New Hampshire.

2012 Best of Bride Winners Fall-Winter 2012

2012 Best of Bride Winners

More than 2,700 people voted in our 4th annual online poll that determined which wedding service providers voters felt offer the best quality, service and artistry.

2011 Best of Bride Winners Fall-Winter 2011

2011 Best of Bride Winners

More than 2,000 people voted in our third annual online poll that determined which wedding service providers voters felt offer the best quality, service and artistry.

2010 Best of Bride Winners Fall-Winter 2010

2010 Best of Bride Winners

More than 1,400 people voted in our second annual online poll that determined which wedding professionals voters felt provide the best quality, service and artistry.

2009 Best of Bride Winners Fall-Winter 2009

2009 Best of Bride Winners

This year for the first time we conducted an online poll for brides, brides-to-be and companies to vote for the New Hampshire wedding professionals that provide the best quality, service and artistry. We felt it was a way to give people an opportunity to express their satisfaction with those involved in one of the most important days in their lives. We also felt it was a way to celebrate the excellence and commitment of the wedding industry in the state.