Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Win a Free Wedding Dress, Get a Free Wedding Website too!

House of Brides opened its doors in 1929 with its first brick-and-mortar store in Cicero, Illinois. House of Brides has since pioneered the bridal market to become the standard for all bridal retailers. Today, House of Brides has 6 Chicago land stores and 79 years experience in dressing brides and their wedding parties!

So I got to thinking, winter is the season when a lot of "Brides To Be" are making their wedding plans. I've found a few resources to help you out. Who doesn't like free stuff? Well I found out that you can get a free website from House of Brides, Free Personalized Wedding Website to help you announce and keep track of your wedding plans. HOB (House of Brides) Has tons of templates for your wedding web page, for example. Spring, Summer, Vegas, Classic, etc. I'm sure you'll find something that strikes your fancy. HOB also has a search where your friends can enter your name to find your wedding website page.

You can also enter to Win a Free Wedding Dress ! The contest is free to enter and is currently going on now, so head on over to HOB now to enter for your chance to win!

Designer Wedding Dresses ship FREE - 0% sales tax!

Another bonus,
you can get a Free Bridal Veil and Shoes with the Purchase of Select Wedding Dress Designers

HOB says,
"All products are priced at incredible savings of up to 40% off retail prices! Our website is supported by a full customer service team of experts trained and ready to assist 7 days a week."

HOB launched their global website, House of, in 2001 bringing wedding shopping to the next horizon. They now service customers Worldwide with the same goal to offer the best in selection, price, and customer service. They are authorized retailers of leading designers and display more than 20,000 products.

I was inspired to write this article due to the wedding planning that I am involved in with my Sister, Liz for her summer 2009 wedding to her fiance' Charlie.

Happy Wedding Planning!

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