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Saturday, April 9, 2011

Wedding Books You Might Enjoy



Need a little help planning your wedding? Looking for some creative ideas to make your wedding special? Or are you just looking for a good read while you plan your big day? Here are some book that you might enjoy! All of these books got excellent reviews on Amazon.


The Little Book of Magical Wedding Ideas

Lisa M. Hughes

This book gives you hundreds of unique and creative ideas to make your wedding special and memorable.


The Best of Martha Stewart Living: Weddings

Martha Stewart

A great book if you need ideas on how to decorate and style your wedding. The book compiles the best ideas from the magazine of the same name. Wedding apparel isn't covered, but all of the other significant parts of the wedding are: ceremony and reception decorating, bouquets and boutonnieres, wedding cakes, favors, guest books, music--even storage and display of photographs and other memorabilia after the wedding.


The Knot Complete Guide to Weddings in the Real World: The Ultimate Source of Ideas, Advice, and Relief for the Bride and Groom and Those Who Love Them

Carley Rooney

If you love theknot.com, you will love this book. It includes everything you need to know for your wedding. Among the chapters are tips to take couples from pre-engagement to post-honeymoon planning, snapshots and stories of real weddings and answers to wedding FAQs, as well as general advice. The book also features checklists which you can use to help yourself stay on track.


The Engaged Groom: You're Getting Married. Read this Book.


Doug Gordon

This book offers a humorous but also helpful look at weddings. Your groom will actually enjoy reading this book, and its a great way to get him involved in planning your wedding.


The Wedding Book: The Big Book for Your Big Day

Mindy Weiss and Lisbeth Levine

Written by celebrity wedding planner Mindy Weiss,this book is your wedding bible. The Wedding Book covers everything, in a voice filled with understanding: announcing the engagement, and what to do when someone isn't happy about the news; creating a budget; the pros and cons of destination weddings. Drawing up the guest list; planning the ceremony (and how to personalize your vows); menus to inspire; contracts and wedding insurance. Shopping for the dress, six great hairstyles, tuxedo vs. dinner jacket, the etiquette of invitations. Style tips for flowers, the tabletop, linens; a cake that says "you"; the crucial "Sixty Days Until I Do"; rehearsal dinner strategies; plus freezing the cake and preserving the bouquet.



Bridal Bargains: Secrets to Throwing A Fantastic Wedding On A Realistic Budget

Denise Fields

A great read if your planning your wedding on a budget. Most brides who reviewed this book said it was a huge help in saving money on their wedding. You're The Bride is actually featured in the 7th edition of this book on page 234 thanks to one of our happy customers that recommended us to the book. Thank you to whomever you are!



The Ultimate Wedding Planner & Organizer

Elizabeth Lluch

This book has a lot of information, and is a great tool to help you keep organized. It also provides extra space and comes in a three ring binder style, so you can keep all of your information in it.


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~Liz

1 comment:

nancy john said...

I do think hiring a wedding planner is quite necessary if you have enough budget and it's a medium or large wedding with at least 100 wedding guests! 

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