A Bride's Book

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Welcome Enterprises, Incorporated, 2007 - Reference - 159 pages
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With over 50,000 copies sold of the original edition, A Bride's Book has been a best-selling resource for brides-to-be since 2001, offering floral designer and wedding planner Marsha Heckman's expert guidance on everything from the engagement to the post-honeymoon thank-you notes. Now Heckamn has returned with a revised, redesigned, and updated edition for the modern bride. It includes seven gorgeous new wedding bouquet tabs with complete how-to instructiuons, along with a new cover design.

Lavishly illustrated with full-color photographs by Richard Jung from Marsha Heckman's best-selling book Bouquets: A Year of Flowers for the Bride, A Bride's Book is both a hardworking wedding planner and a personal journal. The book is filled with tips for the bride, wedding traditions, and marriage customs. Spiral bound to open flat, with an elastic closure and an inside pocket, A Bride's Book is organized into six sections with fill-in space and prompts to help keep the busy bride organized: "To Do," "Calendar," "Wedding Party," "Key People," "Guests," and "Journal & Keepsake."

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About the author (2007)

MARSHA HECKMAN is a floral designer and wedding planner who teaches classes in San Francisco on planning a wedding. She has participated in the design of more than 100 weddings and events and is the author of Bouquets: A Year of Flowers for the Bride, which is now in its third printing.RICHARD JUNG is a New York-based food and travel photographer whose work has been published in eight cookbooks as well as Bouquets, A Year of Flowers for the Bride. His photographs have also appeared in a variety of magazines, including Travel & Leisure, Sunset, Better Homes and Gardens, and Metropolitan Home.

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