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St. Louis' Best Bridal

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About St. Louis' Best Bridal

Future brides and grooms, wedding party and family are invited to this celebration of all that goes into planning and having the best wedding possible. St. Louis’ Best Bridal businesses exhibit and demonstrate their bridal products and services and offer ideas and guidance for that wondrous occasion. Many of these business even offer special packages or discounts to our attending bride’s-to-be.

St. Louis Best Bridal

St. Louis’ Best Bridal Program was created to target a new revenue stream for St. Louis-area bridal vendors. More than 12,500 local couples apply for a marriage license each year, and the average wedding costs more than $23,000. St. Louis’ Best Bridal Program elevates your company’s visibility in St. Louis, helping you compete for these valuable dollars.

Our network of products will help focus your reach to those planning the wedding. Follow us online at,, and;  in print with St. Louis' Best Bridal Magazine, St. Louis' Best of the Best Magazine and St. Louis' Best Bridal Planner; at Shows and Events throughout the year.

Bridal vendors are not just florists, caterers and photographers. This category has expanded to include any company providing services or goods that a typical married couple consumes within the first few years of marriage – furniture dealers, real estate agents, lawyers, insurance agents and many more.

As the name “St. Louis’ Best Bridal Program” implies, this is a local, accessible program of premier quality. Through its unprecedented marketing efforts, the program has gained name recognition and has become synonymous with St. Louis wedding planning.

By participating in this program, your company receives the Best Bridal “endorsement.”


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