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WhereBridesGo.com was founded in the year 2000 and has become the 3rd largest privately-held online wedding supply store in the United States.  With everything from bridesmaids gifts, wedding favors, groomsmans gifts to wedding accessories, WhereBridesGo.com has everything you need to help create the wedding of your dreams.

We know that your wedding day is a once in a lifetime event, and that's why we are committed to providing the best customer service in the wedding industry.  At WhereBridesGo.com our goal is to offer the largest selection of wedding supplies, fantastic customer service and low prices.

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