David's Bridal


David's Bridal

980 Camino de la Reina, Suite A
San Diego CA 92108 USA
(619) 220-8008
Welcome to David’s Bridal San Diego, California store, serving brides and special occasion customers of La Presa, National City, Lemon Grove and more. David’s Bridal is the ultimate one-stop shop for wedding dresses and all your formal apparel. Our exclusive assortment of bridal gowns features a broad spectrum of silhouettes, lengths and styles. Our wedding dresses, bridesmaid dresses and feminine party looks are designed in the hottest fabrics (we are loving lace!), colors and silhouettes, from trumpet dresses to ball gowns to fabulous short styles. 
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From the first step down the aisle to the last dance, we have beautiful wedding decorations to make every bridal moment all the more memorable. Discover affordable accessories to complete any theme, from rustic outdoor receptions to simple and elegant bal


The big day doesn’t have to mean big spending when you shop our selection of discount wedding supplies. From affordable dresses to inexpensive décor, our clearance collection features everything you need to throw a fabulous wedding on a dime. Find tren

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