Martha Stuart's Excruciatingly Perfect Weddings

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She's back — with hundreds of impossible, uncomfortable and frequently physically painful ideas to turn a perfectly lovely wedding into a perfectly controlled disaster.

Observe from the safety of your living room as Martha demands, insists, berates, accuses, but, above all, controls everything and everyone in sight. This final (we promise) installment of the Martha Stuart parody trilogy confidently answers the question "Isn't everything ...

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Overview

She's back — with hundreds of impossible, uncomfortable and frequently physically painful ideas to turn a perfectly lovely wedding into a perfectly controlled disaster.

Observe from the safety of your living room as Martha demands, insists, berates, accuses, but, above all, controls everything and everyone in sight. This final (we promise) installment of the Martha Stuart parody trilogy confidently answers the question "Isn't everything sacred?" with a well-aimed kick to the shins!

By the authors of the perennial bestsellers Is Martha Stuart Living? and Martha Stuart's Better Than You at Entertaining.

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Have you been spooked by arranging flowers, preparing menus, and ordering bridesmaids' dresses for your friends? Have you had to preselect your music, write invitations, and decide on a cake? If this is your idea of wedding hell, then Martha Stuart's Excruciatingly Perfect Weddings is the book you need, with outrageous suggestions like obtaining salmonella cultures for the food of guests you don't want at your wedding to crazy clauses for a prenup, such as, "Richard Simmons will be retained for positive reinforcement." Any frustrated bride-to-be is certain to get a laugh out of this parody of Martha Stewart's wedding planner.
Newsweek
Hilariously nasty.
Hartford Courant
Wickedly amusing.
Morley Safer
An enormous success, a funny and sometimes cruel parody of Our Lady of Perennial Perfection.
Hartford Courant
Wickedly amusing.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780060952389
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 4/28/1998
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 64
  • Sales rank: 1,095,273
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 10.87 (h) x 0.14 (d)

Meet the Author

Tom Connor is a Connecticut-based packager. He is also a cigar aficionado.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 17, 2003

    Martha, Martha, Martha!

    This is a funny book for a 'gag' gift to a bride-to-be. There are knocks on Martha on every page. The book starts out with a check list 10 years in advance and tells you when to start your Kegel exercises! There are hints on how to make rice sharp so it sticks to the bride's skin as you throw it at her - JUST PLAIN CRAZY!!!

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