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Studio B Wins TheKnot.com "Best of Weddings" Award

The salon is a top pick by the popular wedding destination Web site.

In just a few short years, Studio B, a salon in Garden City Center, has become one of Cranston's busiest and most popular place to get your hair, nails and beauty needs completed.

So it's not surprising that the salon was recently named a winner in TheKnot.com's "Best of Weddings" awards for 2013.

"“We are so humbled and honored to win a “Best of Weddings” award from theknot.com. This award is based on reviews from past clients, so that makes it even more special to us. We love working with all of our brides and it is our goal to make each and every one feel beautiful and pampered on their wedding day," said co-owner Kristi Beaman. "We were kept quite busy in 2012 with all of our weddings and we are looking at an even busier 2013 wedding season.” 

According to a release, The Knot Best of Weddings 2013 provides a “by brides, for brides” guide to the top wedding professionals across the country, and is a must-have when it comes to selecting the best-of-the-best wedding resources. Whether they’re trying to find the wedding dress salon with the best service in Boston, the most creative wedding photographers in Providence, New York’s top cake bakers or Miami’s hottest reception sites, engaged couples across the country want the inside scoop on the best from real brides. 

The Best of Weddings awards are featured in a special section on TheKnot.com's site, you can reach it at www.theknot.com/BOW.

Natasha February 01, 2013 at 06:22 PM
Congrats to Studio B! Keep up the fabulous work. You all are the best. Thanks for making me beautiful on my wedding day. Xoxo Natasha

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