A Mother, a Daughter, a Wedding: Diaries of Bridal Chaos, Conflict and the Bond that Endures

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This whirlwind wedding journey finally allows the reader to see the planning process and the actual event from both perspectives: the bride's and her mother's. With less than six months to plan her dream wedding, Sheila envisions a glamorous Manhattan event, while her mother assumes it will be in her central Pennsylvania hometown. That's just the start of this true account of the incredible wedding planning mishaps and roller coaster emotions of a mother and daughter-by turns close confidantes, and completely at ...
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Overview

This whirlwind wedding journey finally allows the reader to see the planning process and the actual event from both perspectives: the bride's and her mother's. With less than six months to plan her dream wedding, Sheila envisions a glamorous Manhattan event, while her mother assumes it will be in her central Pennsylvania hometown. That's just the start of this true account of the incredible wedding planning mishaps and roller coaster emotions of a mother and daughter-by turns close confidantes, and completely at odds. Watch as the impending nuptials turn them into panic-stricken control freaks. See how their best-laid plans gone tragically wrong ultimately strengthen their bond. Their strikingly honest, hilarious and poignant diary entries will take you on the wedding-planning adventure of your life! This book is real life-with joy and sadness, regrets and ecstasy, embarrassment and pride. It is sure to keep the reader laughing and crying until the end. This book is for any bride or mother of the bride who wants a break from endless to-do lists or wedding etiquette books...for anyone who has ever fought with her mother or wondered what her daughter was thinking...and for anyone who wants to peek inside the outrageous world of 21st-century weddings. It is a reminder that what the bride and her mother are feeling is normal, they are not alone, and they will survive, as will their relationship.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781410795533
  • Publisher: Authorhouse
  • Publication date: 12/28/2003
  • Pages: 183
  • Sales rank: 1,346,808
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.47 (d)

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