Weddings rarely go off without a hitch, and when ex-spouses, children from previous marriages, and multiple sets of in-laws are involved, couples definitely need brand-new guidelines to politely maneuver their nuptial plans. Whether you are remarrying and attempting to combine two families or a first-time bride or groom dealing with feuding divorced parents, Ex-Etiquette for Weddings helps you navigate a host of emotionally charged situations, such as: how to announce your engagement when your parents are divorced, how to tell your ex and children about your remarriage, how to set the budget when your divorced parents are at odds, how to word invitations for second marriages or marriages of children with divorced parents, how and where to seat ex-relatives at the reception. Recognizing that tension and anxiety are extremely high around weddings, especially when the family situation is complicated, Jann Blackstone-Ford and Sharyl Jupe offer trusted advice for raking a blissful trip down the aisle.Bridal showers are also perfectly acceptable for encore brides, but many have been out on their own for years and do not ... single to married life, by receiving little luxuries they would not normally buy for themselves or taking one last vacation with the girls. If this is the case, a theme shower may be the most appropriate. A theme shower centers around a specific category of gift, like books or linens or even wine. ... If you are asking whether it is correct for an Ex-Etiquette for Weddings 118.
|Title||:||Ex-etiquette for Weddings|
|Author||:||Jann Blackstone-Ford, Sharyl Jupe|
|Publisher||:||Chicago Review Press - 2007|