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About Loverly
Loverly is the go-to DIY wedding planning solution with our step-by-step proven method, The I Do Crew. Founded in 2012 by wedding industry insider, Kellee Khalil, Loverly has built a trusted community for wedding planning advice, inspiration, how-to content and guided courses. As wedding planning continues to evolve, Loverly remains strong with its core value of providing the modern couple the inspiration, platform resources and professional advice they need to plan their dream wedding. 
Loverly is the fastest growing and trusted digital destination for modern couples planning their wedding.  Our inclusive, innovative, and integrated content spans across key wedding planning categories and lifestyle topics that are relevant and important to today’s nearlyweds. 
We engage our audience with the information and resources they need, when they need it, so they can easily and enjoyably plan their wedding.  As an industry leader focused on digital innovation, we provide our audience with real wedding inspiration, expert wedding planning advice, and  free wedding planning tools including a personalized wedding planning checklist, wedding guest list manager, and vision boards. 
In 2022, Loverly introduced a premium membership, the I Do Crew, a guided video series featuring wedding industry insiders, taking couples through the entire wedding planning process step-by-step.

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