There's no such thing as a perfect wedding: true wedding tales--odd, funny, and disastrous
Charlotte writer Margaret Bigger collected too many to mention true wedding tales that are odd, funny and disastrous. The result is this book, a reminder to nervous fiances that there is no such thing as a perfect wedding.
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