Anti-bride Wedding Planner: Hip Tools & Tips for Getting Hitched

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Chronicle Books, May 1, 2004 - Reference - 144 pages
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Tie the knot outside the box armed with this companion volume to the wildly popular Anti-Bride Guide. Featuring sassy and savvy ideas, useful questionnaires, handy pockets, and space for notes and doodles, the Anti-Bride Wedding Planner provides creative inspiration for brides-to-be who want to kick the conventional wedding to the curb.

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Review: Anti-Bride Wedding Planner: Hip Tools and Tips for Getting Hitched

User Review  - Brianne Berogan - Goodreads

Disappointed. I thought this would be more indie, but it really isn't. It was almost exactly like every other wedding planning out there. The organization wasn't my style, but it might be handy for a ... Read full review

Review: Anti-Bride Wedding Planner: Hip Tools and Tips for Getting Hitched

User Review  - Willow - Goodreads

A great starting place but not a wonderful planner. There are lots of good pieces of advice and information but the book doesn't go terribly in-depth. Read full review


Fantasy to Reaiity
Brainstorming your wedding wheres
CHAPTER3 Its lour Party
iat Drink and Be Married 69
Sparkle Plenty 85
Dreed to Thrill 97
Parties Galore
CHAPTERS Ahhh the Honeymoon
APPENDlX The Phone Book

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About the author (2004)

Carolyn Gerin is the principle of her own graphic design firm in San Francisco. She is the co-author of Anti-Bride Guide.

Kathleen Hughes is a freelance writer based in San Francisco. Turned off by traditional weddings, she discovered her inner Anti-Bride when her sweetie of many years got down on one knee.

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