20 Wedding Tips & Tricks To Simplify Your Life - Part 2

If you are in the process of planning a wedding, then hopefully you were able to use a few of the first 10 Wedding Tips & Tricks To Simplify Your Life in part 1 of this series last week. Today WhereBridesGo.com has 10 more suggestions to make everything about the wedding a little easier so you have more time to enjoy yourself. 


11. Duplicate Your Wedding Info

You have kept your trusty wedding binder close to you at all times during the planning process. On the wedding day, make sure that you have a couple of copies of all the important information (vendor & wedding party contact info, wedding day schedule, list of family photos, names of special dance songs, etc...) in case your copy gets lost. Give one copy to the groom, one to your maid of honor, and a copy to anyone else that's responsible enough to help you keep things running smoothly.  

12. Clean That Ring
The wedding ring will be brand new on your finger, but you've proudly been wearing that engagement ring for a while now. Have it professionally cleaned right before the wedding day so it sparkles and shines in all of your photos. The jeweler where the ring was purchased will often do this for free. 

13. Dress Down For Hair & Makeup
Button-down, that is! You and your bridesmaids won't be putting on your gorgeous gowns until after your hair and makeup are finished. Don't make the mistake of wearing the wrong thing to get ready and having to pull a shirt over your head and ruin all that work. Wear a button-down shirt, or even better, a fabulous robe from WhereBridesGo.com while you are getting ready. Our robes make the best bridesmaid gifts


14. Pack Drinking Straws
It's extremely important to stay hydrated during all of the hustle and bustle of the wedding day. Avoid smearing your beautifully applied lipstick by always having straws handy to drink out of. 

15. Avoid A Flyaway Veil
Have you heard about veil weights? These ingenious creations are small and inconspicuous items that keep your veil in place. These are incredibly helpful for an outdoor wedding just in case the wind decides to pick up during your vows or right in the middle of taking pictures.    

16. Protect Your Heels
Another useful item for an outdoor wedding that will be taking place on soft ground is a heel protector. These are small pieces of plastic that go onto the heels of a woman's shoe so that it stays above ground and doesn't sink into the dirt or grass. This way you can still make it gracefully down the aisle without your heels getting caught up. 

17. Sew Your Bra To The Dress
If you have a bridal gown that needs a bra underneath it, have someone sew the bra to the dress so that it stays in place and you don't have to keep checking it or adjusting it all day long. 

18. Hide Tissues
There's a very good chance there will be tears on your wedding day (happy tears, that is!) You can hide tissues in your bouquet for your walk down the aisle so that you're ready to dab your eyes and keep that mascara from running at a moment's notice. 

19. Stash Hidden Cake
Great big, elaborate wedding cakes can cost a lot of money. If you are trying to keep your budget under control, order a small decorated cake to place your wedding cake top on and to be cut at the reception, then have a sheet cake of the same flavor hidden in the kitchen to serve to your guests. It can even be cut ahead of time to speed up getting the cake served to everyone.  

A Kiss Above - Bicycle Wedding Cake Top

20. Create A Hashtag
Everyone at your wedding will have their phones out snapping pictures of your special day. If you have a wedding hashtag for them to use when they post those pictures, you will easily be able to locate each of them and save your favorites. If coming up with a creative hashtag sounds too difficult, simply do a Google search for "wedding hashtag generator" and let the computer do it for you. 


When it comes to your wedding, there are lots of simple things that you can do to keep everything running smoothly and keep the day positive and enjoyable. There is no reason to let small things put a damper on your wedding day. One last tip that we can offer you is to shop online at WhereBridesGo.com and take care of a large majority of your wedding needs all in one place. The easier you make things on yourself, the happier your entire celebration will be!  


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20 Wedding Tips & Tricks To Simplify Your Life - Part 1

A lot goes into planning a wedding (and that's an understatement!) so learning a few tricks from people that have been through it before can save you a lot of time, money, and stress. Every bride can come up with a list of things she wishes she had done differently, if only she had known. Well, today WhereBridesGo.com has the first 10 of 20 tips and tricks to help you get through the wedding day, as well as the wedding planning, a little bit easier. 




1. Avoid Paper Cuts
The best way to seal all of those wedding invitations is to use a wet, foam brush to moisten the glue instead of your tongue, or you can even use a glue stick to do the trick.

Scalloped Top Wrap DIY Wedding Invitation Kit


2. Number The RSVPs
If you are collecting your RSVPs through the mail, discreetly number each one in a corner or on the back in case your guest forgets to put their name on it. (This happens more often than you would think!)


3. Buy A Return Address Stamp
A personalized return address stamp to use on your wedding invites will save a lot of writing, plus if you are using the address where you and your fiance will be living after the wedding, it can be reused for many years to come. 


4. Set Up A Wedding Email Address
You'll be getting a lot of emails form various vendors for the wedding, and you don't want to lose them among all the other emails in your inbox. A temporary email address specifically for this special event lets you keep emails separated and allows you to delete it after the wedding to avoid future solicitations from vendors you no longer need to hear from. 

5. Make A FREE Wedding Website
There are lots of places online that let you set up a wedding website at no cost! This is an excellent way to keep your guests informed by providing updated wedding details. You can also share directions, hotel information, gift registries, engagement photos, and all kinds of useful information all in one place, and even collect the RSVPs digitally.

6. Earn Free Money
As long as you stick to your budget and pay off the bills before interest starts adding up, using a rewards credit card to pay for those big-ticket items for your wedding can earn you free cash back, special perks, and airline miles for a honeymoon trip.

7. Use Sticky Tabs To Plan Seating
Colored post-it tabs on a diagram of your reception seating chart let you visually see who is sitting by who, and re-stick a name in another seat if you don't like the setup. Assign colors to the different groups you want to keep together (or keep apart.)


LOVE Place Card Holder with Matching Place Cards
8. Break In Your Shoes
You will both probably buy a fancy, brand new pair of shoes to walk down the aisle in. Don't set them aside for the special day. Wear them around the house occasionally to break them in so they are comfortable to wear at the wedding. If the shoes are slick on the bottom, you can rough the soles up a little with sandpaper for better traction.

9. Create A Hashtag
For your social media savvy friends, this is the perfect way to collect those photos they'll be snapping all day with their phones. Get creative and think up something unique that represents you as a couple. Short, sweet, and easy to remember is always best. If you are stuck for ideas, google "wedding hashtag generator" for some inspiration. 

10. Practice The First Kiss
People don't always think about this, but when your officiant says "You may now kiss the bride!" most couples have a moment of "how should we do this?" Will it be a quick peck or a long embrace? Practice a few different ways before the big day. If nothing else, it's a great excuse to squeeze in some extra TLC before the wedding. 



The first half of our wedding tips and tricks list should give you some tasks to tackle until we finish up with #11-20 next week. In the meantime, you can get a head start on your wedding planning by browsing through our online wedding decoration and accessory store to find some inspiration for your special day. There's a little bit of everything at WhereBridesGo.com: organizers, decorations, cake tops, wedding party gifts, favors, invitations, and so much more! Your one-stop shop for nearly all of your wedding day needs. 



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5 Special Ways to Honor Loved Ones at Your Wedding

WhereBridesGo.com knows that your wedding is such a special time for you and your significant other. But it's not just special for the two of you, it's special for the entire family. The tradition of marriage brings together not only two people in matrimony, but two families as one. It's natural to want to honor your family on your wedding day. Whether it's acknowledging parents or other influential people during the ceremony, or bestowing honor on those who are unable to be present, we've got some great ideas on how you can honor your loved ones on your wedding day.


Follow the Family Tradition

Look back on where your parents and grandparents got married. Perhaps there's a church or a special venue that ancestors have traditionally used for the ceremony or the reception. Holding your big day in the same location will keep that tradition going and also bring back many great memories for family and guests to reminisce about. Plus, you'll be able to share photos from past family weddings and events and see all the creative ways your family continued enhancing the tradition.

Make Physical Mementos part of your Special Day

Honoring loved ones who are no longer here is important to make the celebration feel complete. Honor those that can't be present for your special day by incorporating physical mementos so you have a piece of them with you, even if they can't physically be there. Wear a piece of your grandmother's jewelry as your "something borrowed," or include your groom's grandfather's cuff links or watch in his wardrobe. You can even set up a special table with memorabilia and an "Always in our Hearts" memorial box frame or a memorial candle.


Use Old Family Photos in your Decor

You'll hear it a lot leading up to the big day: "I remember when you were just a little girl, and now you're all grown up and getting married!" Share that nostalgia with your guests by implementing old family photos in your wedding decor. This will give guests something to enjoy while they're waiting for the wedding party to get done taking pictures between the ceremony and reception.

Include Family Favorites in your Catering

Everyone knows that your aunt makes the best apple pie around, and since not everyone likes cake, you can use her famous apple pie as another dessert option. A great idea if your families are from two different ethnic backgrounds. You can get creative by implementing foods from both sides of the family on the menu. You can even have the rehearsal dinner be themed to one family heritage and the reception dinner to the other.


Incorporate Meaningful Words or Music into your Ceremony

What song reminds you of or has great meaning to you and your parents? You'll need to have a song picked out for the father-daughter and mother-son dances. This the perfect opportunity to tell them in music just how much they mean to you. Perhaps you have a sentimental letter from one of your family members that has a great excerpt that can be used within your ceremony. Maybe there's a special scripture that your parents used in their wedding ceremony, and you can honor them by using it in yours.


With these great ideas to honor your family on your special day, you'll be sure to create memories for the whole family that will last a lifetime. For more fantastic ideas to make your big day unforgettable visit WhereBridesGo.com for all of your bridal and wedding accessory needs. From beautiful memorials to personalized wedding gifts online, we've got everything you need to honor those you love on your special day!

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Traditional Ways To Bring A Little Extra Luck To Your Wedding Day

According to a Japanese proverb, "The day you decide to do it is your lucky day!" If you've managed to find the person you love unconditionally and want to spend the rest of your life with, then you've already had plenty of good luck shining down on you. Planning a wedding date together will be a lucky day, no matter what. Just in case you're superstitious, WhereBrideGo.com has found a few traditional symbols that can add some extra good luck to your wedding day.

Rain
Most brides pray that there is no rain on their wedding day, especially if they are hosting any part of the celebration outdoors. According to many cultures, rain on your wedding day should be seen as a good omen. It brings with it fertility for the couple and cleanses away everything they don't want to bring with them into the marriage. 

Showered with Love Wedding Cake Top

Shoe Coins
A Swedish custom that is performed so that the bride will "never do without" during her marriage is to place coins from her parents in her wedding shoes. Mom gives her a gold coin for the right shoe and Dad gives her a silver coin for the left shoe. 

Thrown Shoes
In Medieval times, people thought that they were bestowing good luck on the newlyweds when men threw shoes at them! Today we have a much less violent version of that. Instead, shoes are now tied to the back of the getaway car.

Garter Toss
A long time ago, guests used to wait outside a newlywed couples home for proof that the marriage had been consummated. The groom would throw out something to appease them, occasionally the bride's garter. After a while, people decided that the garter was a symbol of good luck, so guests would make a game out of getting it off of the bride while she was still wearing it! Today, the groom is the only one allowed to get under the bride's skirt, and the man that catches the garter that is thrown is said to be the next to get married. It depends on that man's point of view whether that's good luck or not! 


Spiders
Finding a spider crawling on you is generally not thought of as a good thing. According to English lore, if you find a spider crawling on your wedding dress it is a good omen for the marriage. 

Pinching
Egyptian women believe that it is good luck to pinch the bride on her wedding day. It is unclear whether this luck is for the pincher or the pinch-ee, but it sure doesn't sound too lucky for the bride in the moment!

Pine Trees
Good luck and fertility are symbolized in Holland when a pine tree is planted outside of a newlywed couple's home.  

Heart with Rings Cake Pick Cake Top


Rings
A wedding ring with an aquamarine jewel represents marital harmony for a long, happy marriage. Diamonds symbolize forever, but pearls aren't considered lucky because they resemble the shape of a tear. 

Knives
One of the gifts on your registry may bring you bad luck, but there is a way to counteract that. It is considered unlucky to give a couple a knife as a gift for their wedding because it symbolizes a broken relationship. Turn that luck around by giving the gift-giver a penny, and now you have purchased the knife rather than accepted it as a gift. 

Threshold
The tradition of the groom carrying his new wife over the threshold stems from Medieval times when people thought that brides were extra vulnerable to evil spirits through the soles of their feet. If she is lifted over the threshold, this will avoid any evil spirits from being tracked into the home. 

Wedding Bells
Bells ringing on your wedding day bring a harmonious family life with every chime. In Ireland, many brides will have small bells added to their bouquet.

Kissing Bell Place Card Holders

Sugar Cubes
If you want your marriage to be sweet, Greek people believe that a bride should carry a sugar cube in some way during the wedding. Most used to do this by placing the sugar cube in one of their gloves during the ceremony.

Days to Marry
Saturday is now the most popular day to get married. Most likely it's the easiest day for everyone involved because most people don't work on Saturdays. There's an old saying that wouldn't agree with doing this. It declares Wednesday as the best day to tie the knot. "Monday for health, Tuesday for wealth, Wednesday best of all, Thursday for losses, Friday for crosses, Saturday for no luck at all.

June Weddings
The month of June is named after the Roman goddess Juno, who rules over marriage, hearth, and childbirth. It is believed that June became a popular month to get married because Juno would keep a special watch over ther marriage. 

Horseshoes
Horseshoes have long been a symbol of good luck. For your wedding day, if the bride carries a horseshoe with ribbons tied on it during the ceremony, it collects all the good luck from the day. Afterward, the horseshoe can be placed above the doorway to your new home, filled with all of that wedding day luck. 

Lucky In Love Horseshoe - Ring Pillow Alternative

If you're not superstitious, then none of these things will make a difference to you at all. They way we see it, a little extra luck couldn't hurt! Many of these old traditions are nice to add into your wedding just because they are fun. WhereBridesGo.com wishes you and your future spouse all the good luck in the world, but as long as you are together keeping each other happy, you probably aren't going to need it! 





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All About Wedding Cakes & Wedding Cake Tops

Wedding guests anxiously await the appearance of the bride at the ceremony, but when they enter the reception, the first thing most people look for is that gorgeous wedding cake. Whether you opt to have a gigantic cake full of edible decorations, a simpler cake with a beautiful wedding cake topper, or a dessert station with lots of sweet options, dessert will be a focal point at your wedding reception. Here are a few fun facts from WhereBridesGo.com about this tasty treat. 


Wedding Cake History
The wedding cake we know today wasn't how they originated. Rather than a sweet cake, ancient Romans baked whole wheat flour bread "cakes." These were broken over the bride's head (believe it or not!) and the guests ate the small pieces left for good luck.

In the late 17th century, wedding pies were more common. Couples often served mince pies made of sweet breads to their guests for dessert. A glass ring was baked into it, and the lady that found the ring would be the next to get married. 

It wasn't until 1655 that sweet wedding cakes became the popular thing to serve. At this time, the popular flavor was the Banbury cake. It is a flat, oval-shaped, spiced pastry which is currant-filled and traditionally eaten with a cup of tea. In 1840, Queen Victoria, who just happened to make the white wedding dress a popular trend, was the first bride to have pure white icing used on her wedding cake. Apparently, that's where it got the name "royal" icing.    


Wedding Cake Toppers
The history of wedding cake toppers says that they were invented by a bride's father. The story that has been passed down claims that a baker's daughter was to be married, and she asked her father to create a symbol of the love between herself and the groom that everyone could see at the wedding. 

The baker tried several different things, and eventually came up with the idea to surprise the couple by placing two figurines on top of the wedding cake that resembled the bride and groom. On the wedding day, the bride was overjoyed, and the topper on the cake was well-received and loved by all of the wedding guests as well.    


The Dessert Station
Many couples now prefer to offer their wedding guests a variety of desserts to choose from. They may still have a small wedding cake to cut, but some choose to skip it altogether. Even if you choose to go the dessert station route at your reception, WhereBridesGo.com has a wonderful variety of cake toppers that look just as wonderful on the table as a decoration as they do atop a cake. After the wedding, you will still have that beautiful cake topper to display in your home as a reminder of your special day. 


In addition to the best wedding cake tops online, you will also find cake serving sets, toasting goblets, personalized napkins, and so much more to use on your wedding day on our website. The wide variety of styles at WhereBridesGo.com means that every couple, no matter what their personality and style, will be able to find something they absolutely love. After all, like we always say, our online wedding accessory store is Where Brides Go... For What Brides Love! 



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Creative Wedding Themes: Steampunk

Some couples keep it simple and just pick a wedding color or two, but others prefer to get creative and come up with a theme for the entire wedding. A great theme is any subject that the bride and groom have a special interest in, or one that seems to represent the relationship in some way. One really fun theme that we carry creative wedding accessories for at WhereBridesGo.com is Steampunk. 


What is Steampunk?
Steampunk is categorized as a genre of science fiction. It has a historical setting, often Victorian England or America's Wild West, and it incorporates re-imagined modern technology in a way that is inspired by 19th-century industrial steam-powered machinery. 

These new creations often end up being quite fascinating and elaborate works of art, fashion, and mechanics. You will see lots of gears, wheels, glasses, top hats, and metallic colors. Many of the inventive designs cleverly combine vintage elements with a futuristic look.    

Incorporating the Theme
You can theme your wedding in many tasteful ways that won't make it look like a child's birthday party. Combining your chosen subject with the elegance of a wedding can be done with small touches here and there that will pull everything together in a way that your guests will be excitedly talking about for years to come.

  • Fashion
    Specialty clothing is a big part of any steampunk theme. Replacing some of your florals with mechanical elements is an excellent way to incorporate this genre, like with the groom's boutonniere and the bride' bouquet. Our Steampunk Wedding Bouquet is filled with satin flowers, metal gears, feathers, broaches, and other decorative details in a gorgeous combination of black and antique bronze.


    Hidden elements are a fun surprise too. A few gears fit perfectly on a bridal garter! The one available on WhereBridesGo.com features a bronze heart along with the "key" to it. Make sure you incorporate tops hats too. We offer an adorable Steampunk Top Hat Ring Holder for your ring bearer to "hide" the rings in to take down the aisle.
     
     

  • Decorations
    You can duplicate the look we described for the bouquet above and create fantastic centerpieces for every table. In the creative spirit of the genre, make each of them sightly different from each other. Add extra touches in areas where guests will be focusing their attention. They'll definitely notice our Steampunk Card Holders if they want to find their seat!

    The toasts and the cutting of the cake are moments when all eyes are on you again, and lots of photographs will be taken. Those are great places to add some more mechanical elements for everyone to marvel at.

  • Gifts
    If you love steampunk, there is a very good chance that the members of your wedding party, your closest friends, are fans too. You can find a few gifts for groomsmen in our online wedding store. There's an incredible Steampunk Two-Tone Wood Handle Pocket Knife that can be personalized with a single initial.

    Our Steampunk Wooden Docking Station isn't just for the fellas, and could be a wonderful gift for bridesmaids too. This multi-functional wooden item features a slot for watches or bracelets, a keychain notch, and a groove along the bottom for charging cords. This can also be personalized with the recipient's initial.


If this theme sounds like something you would love to incorporate into your wedding, go to WhereBridesGo.com and type "steampunk" into the search bar at the top. These items in our online wedding accessory store may inspire many more marvelous ideas of ways that you can bring your unique personality into the elements of your wedding. 



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Helpful Tips To Decide How To Spend Your Wedding Budget

The average price of a wedding in 2016 in the United States, according to various sources online, was between $32,00-$35,000. The numbers vary from state to state, some closer to $20,000, but don't let any of those numbers scare you. If you go into your wedding planning with a budget in mind and a good plan, you can keep the cost of your celebration at a comfortable price point. 



Divvy Up The Budget
Knowing an approximate amount of what different services cost ahead of time will help you to know where you need to focus your funds. There are some things associated with weddings that you may have your heart set on, while other things may not matter to you at all. 

The first step in deciding where you should spend your money is to name the 3 most important things for each of you, such as catering, flowers, the music, the venue, etc.. These are the places where it is worth it to spend your money. You can cut costs on the other items that don't mean as much to you. 

WhereBridesGo.com has put together a guide showing what percentage of your budget you can expect to spend on each wedding planning task. These are guidelines, and no, the numbers don't add up to 100%. These are just starting points, and you will adjust the percentages according to what's most important to you to equal 100%. Then plug in your proposed budget and do the math for a good idea of where your money will be going. Don't skip the emergency fund! You'll be thrilled it's there if you need it, and you'll have spare money left over for the honeymoon if you don't!

  • 50% - Reception
  • 2-3% - Ceremony
  • 10-15% - Wedding Planner
  • 2% - Stationery
  • 10% - Attire
  • 10-15% - Photos & Video
  • 10% - Flowers
  • 10% - Music
  • 1-2% - Transportation
  • 2% - Wedding Rings
  • 2-3% - Thank You Gifts
  • 8% - Miscellaneous
  • 8-10% - Emergency Fund


Cut Costs Where You Can
There are a variety of ways that you can cut your costs in certain areas, leaving extra money for the ones that are more important to you and your fiance. The following ideas will be helpful if that particular wedding item is on your "take it or leave it" list. 

  • Stationery
    There are many places online that offer wedding website templates to couples that are absolutely free. All of the information that you would normally put on various inserts in the invitation envelope can be shared with everyone on your website. This will cut down on the size and weight of your invite, cutting down on postage. You'll can save even more by skipping RSVP envelope stamps and having everyone RSVP online or by calling you directly.
  • Flowers
    If you aren't a huge flower fan, you don't have to use a lot of them in your wedding, or even at all if your are particularly creative. Candles are less expensive and look beautiful all around the room. Bridesmaids can carry a single long-stemmed flower instead of an entire bouquet, and boutonnieres can be made out of non-floral items that fit in with the theme of your wedding. Another great idea is to have your florist put together arrangements for the ceremony that can be moved over and used again at the reception.
  • Food 
    If you don't mind holding your wedding on a weekday evening or early in the day instead of at night, then your caterer will probably have less expensive food options to offer you. Brunch, lunch, and cocktail foods are less expensive than full dinners. Hosting your celebration at a time other than a Saturday night may also save you money on the venue rental, and if it's early enough that you don't include a reception with dancing, you can cut down on your music budget too.   

Budgeting every penny may seem like a daunting task, but you'll be grateful that you did once the wedding is over and you've stayed within your budget. You can find lots of affordable wedding accessories online when you shop at WhereBridesGo.com. There are many wonderful items for your wedding to pick from, as well as excellent gifts for bridesmaids and groomsmen, without breaking the bank.        



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Our Fully Customizable DIY Wedding Fan Program Kits

There are lots of DIY brides out there that want to do everything themselves. This takes up a lot of time, and for some people it's a lot harder than they realize after they get started. A great way to make things a lot easier on yourself is to accept help where you can get it. Wedding DIY help from WhereBridesGo.com is available in the form of kits that do some of the work for you. Our Wedding Fan Program Kits are a great example of this. 



Turning the program for your wedding into a fan is perfect for outdoor ceremonies taking place in hot weather, plus it doubles as a cute favor for guests to take home. Our kits offer a wide variety of shapes and designs, allowing you to completely customize the final look and personalize it with your own touches. 

Easy-To-Follow Instructions
Every kit comes with a CD of pre-designed templates, letting you choose from many different looks to find the one that's perfect for your wedding. After you pick your favorite, you can fill in all of the details and adjust the wording exactly the way you like it. Simply print them out on the high quality cardstock provided and assemble them using the sticks and adhesive glue dots that come with your kit. 
A Wide Variety Of Styles
The DIY Scroll Fan Program Kit has a rectangular fan, offering simple yet elegant designs for you to choose from. It features 9 different color schemes. If you want something a little fancier, you may prefer the graphics available with our DIY Designer Fan Program Paper Kit.      





For the romantic bride who loves to see hearts everywhere, the DIY Heart Fan Program Paper Kit lets you get creative with both the wording and the shape. If you prefer a more traditional type of fan for your wedding programs, we also have the DIY 3-piece Fan Program Kit made from high quality cardstock and tied together with elegant satin ribbon.  





Your Creativity In Action
There are lots of different ways that you can show off your creativity and personality by "doing it yourself," but there's no need to take on more than you can handle. Using kits from our online wedding accessory store for programs, favors, invitations, and more will take some of the pressure off of you and save you precious time. These wedding fan programs are just the beginning of what WhereBridesGo.com has in store for you. Head on over to the website and take a look around. It's where brides go... for what brides love! 



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