Bridal Bargains: Secrets to Throwing a Fantastic Wedding on a Realistic Budget

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Windsor Peak Press, 2000 - Consumer education - 406 pages
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With the cost of the average U.S. wedding exceeding $18,000, couples need innovative solutions to plan a wonderful wedding on a realistic budget. Since Bridal Bargains' debut in 1990, more than 400,000 brides and grooms have found its advice on everything from attire to entertainment to be their ticket to an affordable trip down the aisle. It is currently the best-selling book on weddings in the U.S.

This new edition includes updated prices and the latest trends, as well as the hottest online gift registries, ratings for more than 50 new bridal gown designers, and over 100 Web sites with everything from discount gowns to flowers at wholesale.

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User Review  - aquatbride -

Ths book has been incredibly helpful to me in the early stages of my wedding planning. I most appreciate the websites included and the input from other real brides who have contributed inpute in this ... Read full review

This Book Should Be Mandatory

User Review  - Meliart - Borders

Reading this really educated me about the bridal industry, which as it turns out is about as honest as the used-car industry. It has all kinds of great advice and ideas of areas where you can cut and ... Read full review


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Denise Fields and Alan Fields write a monthly column for Baby Talk magazine. They have written several best-selling books, including Baby Bargains and Bridal Bargains. They live in Boulder, CO.

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