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Anti-Bride Wedding Planner: Hip Tools and Tips for Getting Hitched
     

Anti-Bride Wedding Planner: Hip Tools and Tips for Getting Hitched

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by Carolyn Gerin (Text by), Kathleen Hughes, Ithinand Tubkam (Illustrator)
 
Tie the knot outside the box armed with this companion volume to the wildly popular Anti-Bride Guide. Featuring sassy and savvy ideas, useful questionnaires, handy pockets, and space for notes and doodles, the Anti-Bride Wedding Planner provides creative inspiration for brides-to-be who want to kick the conventional wedding to the curb.

Overview

Tie the knot outside the box armed with this companion volume to the wildly popular Anti-Bride Guide. Featuring sassy and savvy ideas, useful questionnaires, handy pockets, and space for notes and doodles, the Anti-Bride Wedding Planner provides creative inspiration for brides-to-be who want to kick the conventional wedding to the curb.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780811842549
Publisher:
Chronicle Books LLC
Publication date:
05/27/2004
Edition description:
SPIRAL
Pages:
144
Sales rank:
318,415
Product dimensions:
8.25(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range:
13 - 18 Years

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Meet the Author

Carolyn Gerin is the principle of her own graphic design firm in San Francisco. She is the co-author of Anti-Bride Guide.

Kathleen Hughes is a freelance writer based in San Francisco. Turned off by traditional weddings, she discovered her inner Anti-Bride when her sweetie of many years got down on one knee.

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Anti-Bride Wedding Planner: Hip Tools and Tips for Getting Hitched 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Finally! A hip wedding planner for the modern bride who's not interested in throwing yet another generic wedding. This planner really inspires with its clever and creative ideas that really get you brainstorming. The well-thought-out lists and questionnaires help you prioritize and simplify the millions of decisions that need to be made, and the questions for vendors really help put you on the right track to getting the best people on board for your big day. This planner provides not only suggestions for 'outside-of-the box' planning, it's also full of 'Anti-Bride Tips' that can literally save you a lot of headache, time and money. There are also plenty of pages left open for notes to brainstorm and collect your thoughts, and pockets to neatly file your samples, pictures, vendor info, receipts, etc. I even love the look and feel of this book, which really reflects the spirit of the Anti-Bride concept: it's sharp color scheme and graphics are really hip and highly stylized, making it really stand out from the other, more standard, ho-hum, chunky wedding planners. It's compact size makes it easy and convenient to carry around with you everywhere. Finally, to truly organize the busy bride, I really like the 'Phone Book: Important Info at a Glance' section included to really keep key information handy. There will be no flurry of panic to find that one important piece of information somewhere at the bottom of... my purse(?!) While planning one of the most important days of my life, the Anti-Bride Wedding Planner will definitely be my closest companion and confidant for the months ahead while I plan a unique, meaningful and memorable event for me and my husband-to-be. I highly recommend the Anti-Bride Wedding Planner and will definitely be getting copies in the future for friends planning to get hitched.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I recently got engaged and am not the bride type. I didn't plan my wedding from the age of 5 and find the idea of a wedding overwhelming and stressful. This book has helpful hints and humorous questions to help you make decisions and understand what needs to get done and when. I'm now looking forward to planning my "Big day."
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I picked up the Anti-Bride wedding planner this weekend, drawn in by the 'it's all about me' philosophy. I returned it the next day, after a quick flip through the pages I discovered it's just what it claims to be, not very detailed at all. This may be great for some, but the wedding is all about ME and I'm a bit more detail oriented than that. Though the book does have some creative outside the box ideas and I'm considering picking up the Anti-Bride guide to make use of the creativity, though several neat ideas can also be picked up from magazines and theknot.com, so I may stick with those resources. As far as a planner goes, I may create my own, customized to my needs and preferences, rather than going with a store bought version.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This wedding planner is awesome! It has everything you need to plan the perfect wedding! It will keep you organized-even if that seems like a hard task by itself-and will help you focus on your perfect wedding. With tips on how to keep wedding costs low and a place to keep all your information, this is a must-have for a bride-to-be!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the BEST wedding planning book ever! I am 27 and this is the book for me. It is so hip and cool and not stuffy like all of the other planning books out there. It is spral bound, has tabs to divide the sections, each tabbed section has a pocket (to put in brochures and what not), there is a phone book in the back, and a spot to slide in business cards. I thumbed through several planning books at the store and this is the one that came home with me. If you want a FUN planning book that even your fiance will think is cool and want to thumb through, this is the one for you!