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How to draw up—and pare down—the guest list
How to word invitations for every circumstance
How to get his family to share wedding expenses, and who pays for what
Where to seat divorced parents, and how to make sure they'll get along
How to dress the bride, groom, mothers, and bridal party at every hour for every type of wedding
Contemporary ideas for a long-weekend wedding, a destination wedding and more
How to handle last-minute glitches, include children in a second wedding, and answer the tough question: "Am I invited to the wedding?"
Registering on the Internet, the dos and don'ts
Updated etiquette for a second wedding
The new honeymoon rules—romantic trips in today's world
Posted June 11, 2006
This book is a must for every bride! From wedding customs to invitation rules, from bridal party roles to wedding clothes, I really learned a lot. This book helped me and my fiance as we plan our October wedding. We do as much as we can ourselves to meet our budget (printing invitations, addressing the envelopes, creating our programs, making our own favors, ideas for bouquets, cakes, dresses, etc) so we wanted a check-list and rule book. Bride's Book of Etiquette has it all!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 8, 2004
I loved learning about all the different cultural wedding traditions. You can take a little tradition from each culture and put it in your own unique wedding! The information in the book is up to date, and also completely explains how to handle tricky situations such as divorced parents, selecting your attendants without hurting feelings, etc. A MUST HAVE for any BRIDE TO BE like myself! ENJOY!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 10, 2010
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