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Emily Post's Wedding Planner for Moms
Peggy Post

Countless mothers of brides and grooms have asked Peggy Post for a wedding planner just for them. Here it is! Whether you're helping a little or a lot, or—like most moms—are serving as combination coach, diplomat, and troubleshooter, this planner is packed with useful ideas, including:

  • Planning lists especially for moms
  • Questions to ask before hiring wedding professionals
  • Times when a mother's tactful advice is most helpful
  • A Resources section
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Do I Have To Wear White?
Anna Post

"I can't choose between my two best friends. Can I have two maids of honor?"

"My fiancÉ and I are considering a destination wedding. Are we obligated to cover our attendants' travel expenses?"

"Do we have to invite our guests' children to our wedding?"

"I'm still close to my ex-husband's parents. Would it be okay to invite them to my wedding?"

"How do my partner and I go about planning our commitment

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Wedding Feng Shui: The Chinese Horoscopes Guide to Planning Your Wedding
Laura Lau, Theodora Lau

From your luckiest wedding day to the perfect dress, Wedding Feng Shui will help you plan the ceremony of your dreams!

Are you a Dragon with a Tiger fiancÉ? Which of your bridesmaids is your best shopping companion? Will you run into conflicts with your Snake mother-in-law? In Wedding Feng Shui, Chinese horoscope experts Laura Lau and Theodora Lau explain how anyone of any culture can use Eastern wisdom to create a meaningful,

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Bad Bridesmaid: Bachelorette Brawls and Taffeta Tantrums. What We Go Through For Her Big Day
Siri Agrell

Bad Bridesmaid: an underachieving, inadequate, sinful, vulgar, naughty or disobedient bridal attendant. Usually characterized by eye-rolling, drunkenness, lack of pantyhose and an overdrawn bank account.

Siri Agrell didn’ t mean to become a bad bridesmaid. It just kind of happened when this National Post columnist innocently asked— via a newspaper piece— if it was really necessary for the bride’ s best and most loyal friends to endure

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51 Amazing Ideas for Your Wedding
George Watts, The Wedding Fairy
In this fantastic book, George Watts (better known as The Wedding Fairy) gives you 51 amazing ideas to make your wedding day even more memorable. With links to recommended websites and over one hundred photos to inspire you, this is an unmissable addition to any bride- (or groom-) to-be's bookshelf. Do not plan your wedding without it!
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50 Top Tips for Giving the Best Best Man's Speech Ever!
George Watts, The Wedding Fairy
When it comes to preparing the speech of a lifetime, there is literally only one man for the job and luckily you have just tracked him down! Yes, make sure you stand out from the crowd and leave your audience buzzing for more with this easy-to-use, top tips guide for best man perfection. Covering everything from gathering content to delivery, this is the book that will arm you with all the necessary tricks of the trade to totally smash the job at hand and guarantee your speech is remembered for
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