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Everyone dreams of the perfect wedding…
And for nearly seven decades, Brides magazine has been the leading authority on the subject, with advice that is both practical and sympathetic to the needs of the bride, the groom, their families and friends. Now in a completely revised edition, Brides Book of Etiquette offers the most up-to-date information on engagement and wedding planning, and realistic solutions for any problem that couples may encounter. In this trusted classic, youll find out:
How to draw up—and pare down—the guest list How to word invitations for every circumstance How to get his family to share wedding expenses, and who pays for what Where to seat divorced parents, and how to make sure theyll get along How to dress the bride, groom, mothers, and bridal party at every hour for every type of wedding Contemporary ideas for a long-weekend wedding, a destination wedding and more How to handle last-minute glitches, include children in a second wedding, and answer the tough question: “Am I invited to the wedding?” Registering on the Internet, the dos and donts Updated etiquette for a second wedding The new honeymoon rules—romantic trips in todays world
Thoroughly revised and updated, this guide to etiquette for brides offers up-to-date information on engagement and wedding planning.
For nearly 70 years, Bride's
has offered advice both practical and sympathetic to the needs of the bride, the groom, their families and friends. Now revised, Bride's Book of Etiquette
offers up-to-date information on engagement and wedding planning.
This trusted book covers SOMETHING OLD...
How to draw up and pare down-the guest list
Dressing the bridal party and parents for all types of weddings
Interfaith ceremonies and celebrations
Handling last-minute glitches...and SOMETHING NEW
Second wedding etiquette
Registering on the Internet, the dos and don'ts
Includes bibliographical references (p. 311-322) and index.
About the Author
Bride's Magazine debuted in 1934 and is the longtime leader in the bridal publishing industry, both in circulation and pages of advertising.