Go for: A huge selection of reception and venue decor, ceremony accessories, and wedding favors — many of the same things you'll find at craft stores and wedding stores, but at lower prices (because many of those stores buy from Weddingstar themselves). You can also find a good selection of stationery and affordable accessories for brides.
4. Bella Belle
Go for: The not-just-another-white-shoe wedding shoes. They make heels, flats, and sandals — and the decorations are often sewn on by hand.
Go for: The unbearably beautiful selection of vintage wedding dresses: from pre-1920s to the 1970s. They also carry a few vintage bridesmaid dresses, sorted by color, and vintage costume jewelry.
Go for: The giant selection of all the paper correspondence you need for your wedding, at two different price points: Ann's is lower, Dawn's is higher. You can also order other custom items, like wedding programs, champagne flutes, yard signs, and favors.
Go for: The beautiful garters that you can have custom-made if you'd like. The Garter Girl is all garters and only garters, all the time, and they even sell matching sets for you and your bridesmaids.
Go for: A little bit of everything that your bridal party needs: bridesmaid dresses (including a few styles that are available to rent), flower girl dresses, tuxedo rental for the dudes, and accessories and bridesmaid gifts. They have a cool sign-in system that lets your entire bridal party connect with one another, see dresses you saved to your own "showroom," and comment on and "like" dresses you've saved.
10. Whisker Graphics
Go for: Striped twine in many different colors, paper goods, and personalized packaging.
Go for: Floral "getting ready" robes that make good bridesmaid gifts and cute group photos. They carry bridesmaid proposal gift sets, fit-everything totes, and other gift-y knickknacks. They also have a small line of (pastel, floral) bridesmaid dresses. But bring your wallet, because this is not a discount site.
12. Fritts Rosenow
Go for: The superhero boutonnieres. And the boutonniere that's a mini painting of a horse.
13. Bride La Boheme
Go for: Gorgeous hairpieces, jewelry, and sashes made in small quantities in Australia (all the prices are in Australian dollars, but they do ship internationally).
14. Jamali Garden
Go for: Almost everything you need to decorate your ceremony and reception, except for fresh flowers.
Go for: The jeweled headpieces that you will want to wear even after your wedding day, and the beautiful sashes.
Go for: The exquisitely designed invitation and thank-you note templates, which you download and edit at home, then take to an office supply store to have printed. They also carry everything else you need to make your paper goods as ~cool as you are~, including discounted bundles that include invites, RSVPs, thank-you notes, and paper fans.
21. Simply Bridal
Go for: The wedding, bridesmaid, and reception dresses that are usually under $300, and often discounted even more (thanks, sales!).
23. Millie Icaro
Go for: The astoundingly beautiful selection of accessories for brides and bridesmaids and the keepsake ring bearer pillows.
24. Bells and Birds
Go for: A small but neatly curated selection of decor, plus luxe robes, hairpieces, and veils.
Go for: Bridesmaid and groomsman gifts, but mostly the bridesmaid-proposal wine bottle labels.
26. The Ivy Retreat
Go for: Understated vintage gowns, most under $500. They also carry other vintage finds, like dresses and coats.
27. Pinhole Press
Go for: Invitations printed with a photo (or two!) of your choice, plus other wedding-related paper and photo goods, like coasters and brag books.