Readers getting married for the first time, or the second or even third time, are absolutely inundated with information. They want a unique wedding, but they can't afford to spend that kind of money. They want to please their families, but not at the expense of pleasing themselves. They have questions upon questions, but they don't want a rehash of the same old information. They expect and deserve inside advice from brides who have been there. Enter The Unofficial Guide to Planning Your Wedding. By teaching readers to sit down and focus on the kind of wedding they want, it allows them to come through the event with their sanity and their pocketbooks intact. The practical tools and checklists detail what to expect to spend on the caterer, the florist, the photographer, etc., as well as how to handle such sticky situations as intermarriages, divorced parents, and family feuds. And best of all, it reminds readers about the elements of a truly unique wedding.An A-line style, especially in chiffon, will be particularly flattering. ... Dresses with diagonal bands across the bodice, wide necklines, padded shoulders, shirred bodices, high necklines, or poufy sleeves, as well as halter and off-the-shoulderanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Unofficial Guide to Planning Your Wedding|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 1999-02-22|