A Groom of One's Own: And Other Bridal Accessories

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Plume, Feb 1, 1993 - Humor - 176 pages
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Understanding that the road to connubial bliss is almost always paved with matrimonial mayhem, Mimi Pond guides readers across the mine field called wedding planning and leaves you at the altar with your sense of humor intact. Whether it's feuding family members, outrageous expenditures, or temper tantrums overBaby's Breath, you'll know what to expect and how to cope with it. Line drawings throughout.

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Since June is "bustin' out all over'' with brides and weddings, it's a good idea to catch up on all the details involved in making sure the Big Day will be one to remember. It will be, but not for the ... Read full review

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I read this book as I was planning my wedding. It was truly hilarious, and shockingly accurate! Read full review

Contents

A GROOM OF ONES OWN
1
THE BIGGEST DRESS IN THE WORLD
16
INDUSTRIALIZED WEDDINGS
25
Copyright

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Mimi Pon is the author of "The Valley Girls' Guide to Life, Mimi Pon is the author of "The Valley Girls' Guide to Life, Secrets of the Powder Room, Shoes Never Lie, " and "A Groom Secrets of the Powder Room, Shoes Never Lie, " and "A Groom of One's Own." She lives in Los Angeles, California. of One's Own." She lives in Los Angeles, California.

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