Your Wedding, Your Way: Break with Tradition and Create a One-of-a-Kind Celebration You'll Never Forget!

Your Wedding, Your Way: Break with Tradition and Create a One-of-a-Kind Celebration You'll Never Forget!

by Sharon Naylor
     
 

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Wedding experts agree: Today's bride and groom want a wedding that reflects who they are--without regard to tradition, convention, or in-laws. This guide shows you how to:

  • Break with tradition--on a budget!
  • Present nontraditional ideas to parents and grandparents
  • Build in time for visiting friends and family
  • Incorporate shared passions into
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Overview

Wedding experts agree: Today's bride and groom want a wedding that reflects who they are--without regard to tradition, convention, or in-laws. This guide shows you how to:

  • Break with tradition--on a budget!
  • Present nontraditional ideas to parents and grandparents
  • Build in time for visiting friends and family
  • Incorporate shared passions into the ceremony
  • Use elbow grease and inventiveness for a DIY wedding
  • Deal with vendors and suppliers
You will identify ways you can express your individuality during your wedding celebration, from rehearsal dinner to the morning-after brunch. The memories you take away will be of a ceremony celebrating your love--your uniqueness as a couple.

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Library Journal
OK, I was suspicious of the Creamsicle-colored cover, but this is good stuff. If you're considering something untraditional (cool), thinking your whole wedding day will be untraditional (even cooler), or realizing you're a juggalo, you will find this to be a helpful and supportive work. Perhaps you don't want a limo; you want a dune buggy. Maybe instead of a waltz on the first dance, you want to headbang to Metallica (I've witnessed this). Well, that's OK—it's your day, and you can do what you want with no pressure from the grown-ups. The tips here range in complexity from relatively simple decisions (a three-tier cake instead of five) to multiple-component tweaks (e.g., a no-kids-allowed wedding; Bunny Hop vs. Chicken Dance) to major overhauls (e.g., incorporating several religious faiths into the service; zombie-themed weddings). Particularly helpful chapters include "Explaining Your Day to Vendors and Bridal Party Members" and one with tips for when you have to defend your decisions (e.g., head to head with the in-laws. Or Glenn Beck).Alternate Take: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Hunter S. Thompson, whose mom was a Louisville reference librarian. Break with tradition indeed.—Douglas Lord, "Books for Dudes," BookSmack! 8/5/10

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781440513251
Publisher:
F+W Media
Publication date:
11/18/2009
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
256
File size:
1 MB

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