Weddings are made up of details -- lots of them.
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through. In The Wedding Book LeeAnn & Kyle Brown share their abundant
expertise on everything from Music to Invitation wording. They cover
all the essentials, including sections how to hire the best entertainment,
photographer and many other services.
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Other Wedding Books
In the books below and on the following pages you will find books with wedding advice, help with wedding planning, some with wedding ideas and tips on how to save money,
What makes a perfect wedding? "[The bride] and the groom both look as though there were sunlight behind their eyes, as though their mouths irresistibly turned to smiles," wrote Emily Post in 1922's Etiquette. Great-granddaughter-in-law Peggy Post, author of the fourth edition of Emily Post's Wedding
Ali Davis, founder and owner of Secretly Chic, recently went through the process of planning a wedding and quickly realized the need for a wedding planner that was functional for today’s brides. Through her personal experience and feedback from real brides, we have developed a Wedding Planner
Well for starters, I'm a fan of "THE NEWLYWEDS" on MTV. I received the book in less than a week and it was worth it! I love the photos of Jessica and Nick and the format of the book is awesome! It has good advice for a wedding and has good points for myself who is planning that big day
When planning for the big day, it's very easy to get caught up in beaded white dresses, boutonnieres, and how many platters of mini crab cakes to order, but the most important part of the wedding is the most-often overlooked--the ceremony itself
An entertaining guide shows how to save hundreds of dollars on gowns, catering, photographs, and flowers, how to negotiate for a wedding and reception site, and how to find wedding advice on the Internet
The Knot Ultimate Wedding Planner is where the bride and groom can record wedding ideas, create budget guidelines, check items off their to-do list, generate the guest list, store contact information for their wedding vendors, and get tips and advice on the best way to plan their big day.
It's hard to imagine any wedding detail that could have escaped inclusion in the pages of Weddings for Dummies. How to build a chuppah, how to anchor a comb in the bride's hair, who dances with whom and when--everything you ever wanted to know about getting hitched is right here.
Which flowers are in season in June? How should you word invitations to a second wedding? What questions should you ask a caterer or photographer? Wedding-industry expert Beverly Clark gives you the answers to these questions and many more in her remarkably thorough guide,