The Bridesmaid's Handbook: Savvy Advice, Sensational Showers, and Secrets to Success

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Sterling Publishing Company, Incorporated, Dec 4, 2004 - Reference - 156 pages
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Being asked to be a bridesmaid is a great compliment from one woman to another. But it’s also an invitation to become her unpaid fashion consultant, party planner, backstage dresser, and emergency psychotherapist. The Bridesmaid’s Handbook helps take some of the stress out of these responsibilities, and makes sure the entire experience, from the shower to the ceremony itself, is joyful for bride and bridesmaids alike. Filled with checklists, money-saving tips, and strategies for success (such as “Focus on your friendship” and “Have a sense of humor”) the book offers ideas for sensational showers (consider wine-tastings and spa treatments) and even gives the bridesmaids a game plan for getting dresses they’ll actually like!

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Definitely some great ideas in this book that I used! Read full review

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User Review  - Karen - Goodreads

This was very helpful in helping me prepare to be a bridesmaid for the first time. I recommend it to all. Read full review

About the author (2004)

Dr. A. Christine Harris is a professor of psychology and child development at Consumnes River College in Sacramento, California.

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