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Remember in "Peter Pan" how the crocodile had swallowed a clock and its ticking always startled Captain Hook? That tick-tock may alarm you as well, if you are trying to put together a wedding quickly. Last Minute Weddings can help you plan an amazing event and covers all the basics for planning the most formal of affairs as well as an all-jeans celebration.
Unlike other wedding books, Last Minute Weddings is short, maybe because the authors knew their readers would be pressed for time and only needed to review the essentials — the ceremony, the bridal party, the music. As a result, no chapter delves into any subject very deeply. So if you're clueless about buying a wedding dress or ordering flowers, you might want to consider an additional book that is more focused.
For everything else, though, this book will come in handy for planning a wedding in three months. It explains how to get a dress without waiting a full year to order it; it covers finding a caterer within two weeks; it even includes a wedding timeline to help you figure out when to do what.
Three months, however, may be too much time for some couples to wait. Last Minute Weddings takes care of that anxious feeling in its section on elopement, which outlines the pros and cons, whether or not to tell people, and out-of-the-ordinary elopements.
The book ends with a complete resource with web sites, phone numbers, and addresses of everything from invitation sources to chapels for last minute planners. Whether you're a procrastinator or just zealous about tying the knot, LastMinuteWeddings will help you get organized so you can say, "I do."