Check List for a Perfect Wedding

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Doubleday, 1993 - Reference - 206 pages
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The guide for brides-to-be for more than thirty years, with over a million copies sold, this priceless organizer moves step-by-step from engagement to honeymoon. Revised and updated for a new generation of brides and their mothers.
  

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Contents

The Right Start
6
Four to Six Weeks Before the Wedding
18
The Last Week
25
Announcing Your Engagement
29
Church Arrangements
40
Wedding Gown and Veil
49
Bridal Consultants
56
Photographs and Videotapes
67
Selecting Registering
104
Special Pew Holders
113
The Reception
120
For the Groom
130
Best Mans Duties
136
Bridesmaids Duties
142
After the Wedding
156
Here Comes the BrideAgain
158

Music for the Church
75
Divorced Parents
91
A Worksheet
97
The Nontraditional Wedding
176
Liquid Refreshments Check List
184
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About the author (1993)

The late Barbara Lee Follett wrote the first Check List for a Perfect Wedding following the marriage of her daughters in the 1950s, drawing on reader comments for the next four editions. Editing the new version with Follett's children, Loulie Hyde Sutro is a writer, family friend, and recent mother-of-two-brides. She lives in Marin County, California.

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