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The Perfect Wedding Receptionby Maria Mcbride-mellinger
Synopses & Reviews
Once couples decide to say "I do" there are dozens and dozens of decisions to be made. It's hard to know where to begin and even more difficult to fit all the dozens of details together into one wonderful event. Thankfully Maria McBride-Mellinger, author of acclaimed bridal books, stylishly illustrates just how to create a dreamy reception that will be forever memorable.
The Perfect Wedding Reception features exquisite wedding celebrations designed by Maria McBride-Mellinger that capture the magic of each season in refreshing, contemporary style. The nuptial adventure begins in a formal spring garden but soon its off to a beach front for a fanciful summer wedding, to a revolutionary era stone barn for a rustic fall wedding and finally to a gracious country home for a candle lit winter wedding feast.
Glorious photos of each location, flowers, menu selections, table details, centerpieces, bouquets, invitations, wedding cakes and favors tell the story of each wedding with helpful tips and most importantly McBride-Mellinger's favorite resources from around the country that will actually help bring your wedding reception to life.
Whatever season you choose to marry Maria McBride-Mellinger offers delightful flourishes to tempt every couple as they plan the party of their lives and create memories meant to last a lifetime.
This lavishly illustrated companion to the successful "The Perfect Wedding" shows how to plan the perfect reception, regardless of budget or time of year. 240 full-color photos.
About the Author
Maria McBride-Mellinger is a nationally recognized wedding stylist. Contributing editor at Brides's magazine and author of The Perfect Wedding, (HarperCollins 1997); The Wedding Dress (Random House1993) and Bridal Flowers(Bulfinch Press 1992) she is also an entertainment columnist and industry spokesperson. McBride-Mellinger lives in New York City.
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