Synopses & Reviews
Wedding dress torn? Ring lost? Cake collapsed? Groom gone missing? Despite all the planning, the happy couple might not actually be prepared for The Big Day and all that can go awry. Luckily, the authors of the phenomenally best-selling Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook series are back with all new, step-by-step instructions to help the bride and groomand everyone elsesurvive the nuptials, from trimming the guest list all the way through to repurposing unwanted presents. This matrimonial magna carta teaches how to charm nightmare in-laws, survive the bachelor party, combat floral allergies, stop a disastrous toast, and respond to honeymoon surprises. A helpful appendix provides creative solutions to other wedding emergencies: how to make a ringor a bouquetout of paper, conceal wedding day blemishes, and painlessly generate thank-you notes. No one should say "I do" without this essential survival guide: it's the absolutely perfect shower gift, and an indispensible self-help guide to getting hitched without a hitch.
This matrimonial "magna carta" teaches how to charm nightmare in-laws, survive the bachelor party, combat floral allergies, stop a disastrous toast, and respond to honeymoon surprises.
About the Author
Joshua Piven is the co-author, with David Borgenicht, of the Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook series. His wedding featured a flower girl temper tantrum, bad catering, and the happy couple's impressive performance of "The Hustle." Still happily married, he lives in Philadelphia.
David Borgenicht is the co-author, with Joshua Piven, of the Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook series. At his own wedding, he survived nightmare Rabbis, marathon toasting, and a cousin who shaved chocolate flowers off the wedding cake before it was served. He, too, lives happily married in Philadelphia.
Sarah Jordan is the co-author of The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook: Parenting She lives in Philadelphia.