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Holiday Gift Ideas from WhereBridesGo.com!



Wedding sites can be a GREAT place to find fabulous and affordable personalized holiday gifts and WhereBridesGo.com is no exception! Check out some our newest holiday gifts ideas for your family, friends, wedding party ... you name it!


Help your favorite family celebrate Christmas with this light-hearted Reindeer Family holiday wall sign. Mom, Dad, and all the reindeer children grace the front of this sign. Sign measures 9" x 12" and is printed in full color. Comes ready to hang. Personalize with first names and family’s last name.
All of Santa's Elves will appreciate this set of four vibrant, personalized waterproof coasters. Personalized design is printed in full color onto a non-skid cork base. Includes 4 coasters and holder/caddy for storage. Each coaster measures 3.75" x 3.75". Specify design, family size, names and year.






Add a little extra sparkle to someone’s Christmas tree with our intricately beveled personalized glass ornaments. Perfect for any décor, these pretty ornaments include a gold ribbon hanger. Add a personal message for a gift they’ll long remember. Each ornament can be personalized with up to three lines of text with up to 15 characters per line.




Make your toast more tempting with this sleek martini set! With its classic glass top and modernly curved stem, these glasses are sure to be the perfect addition to any home. Sold in sets of 4. May be personalized with a lower case initial at no additional cost.
Check out all the great personalized Christman and holiday gift ideas at WhereBridesGo.com!

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