Synopses & Reviews
Stepfamilies. Children. Remarriages. They can create tricky wedding situations, affecting a bride's decision-making and etiquette do's and don'ts. This guide helps modern brides navigate every dilemma. This practical book offers the answers to brides most commonly asked etiquette questions, including:
- Can I ask my future in-laws to help pay for the reception?
- How can I include stepparents in the wedding?
- Do I have to invite dates for single guests?
- How do I get my mother off my back when planning?
In addition to these questions, you will find answers to more unique situations such as: Can I have a child-free wedding?, How can I limit alcohol consumption?, and What am I supposed to do with my father's third wife? Leading you through dilemmas as you will encounter them in your planning, this book is easy to use and understand. From the simplest sticky situation to an all-out family fiasco, this is the go-to resource for everything etiquette.
Holly Lefevre (Pacific Grove, CA) is a sought-after wedding expert. Her design flair and planning expertise have earned her acclaim in TV and print media. A regular speaker at wedding planning seminars, she dispels longtime myths and educates brides about the good, the bad, and the ugly of wedding planning. Holly is the author of How to aI Doa: Planning the Ultimate Wedding in Six Weekends or Less. From 2004 to 2006, Lefevre shared her insight, advice, and knowledge with modern couples as editor of the Southern California magazine, Brideworld Magazine. Holly has appeared on Lifetime Televisionas The I Do Diaries: My Best Friendas Wedding and NBCas The Other Half. Her advice has been featured in publications including Wedding Bells, Bridal Guide, and For the Bride by Demetrios. Her articles are featured on numerous wedding web sites including Bridalocity and BrideWorld.