Synopses & Reviews
From walking his daughter down the aisle to greeting guests with a smile, the father-of-the-bride has a lot more than just finances to worry about on his daughter's big day. This handy pocket guide features everything the FOTB-to-be should know:
Understanding wedding speak and bridal terms (what are those women talking about?) Who pays for what? Dealing with stress and conflict Blending families with ease The right clothes, the right toast Wedding day duties and more
The Pocket Idiot’s Guide to Being the Father of the Bride, Second Edition, covers everything every bride’s father needs to know to make it from engagement to honeymoon with his sanity—and, if he’s lucky, his wallet—intact. Written with the interests of the bride in mind, this new edition provides nervous fathers with a new chapter on how to make a memorable wedding day toast, complete with several sample speeches.
About the Author
Jennifer Lata Rung is the author of five books in the bridal category, including The Pocket Idiots Guide to Being a Groom.