Bride Again: An A to Z Guide

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New Horizon Press, Nov 1, 2005 - Reference - 274 pages
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Forty-three percent of all weddings today are actually remarriages. Yet, the majority of books on wedding planning and etiquette are designed with the first-time bride in mind. Encore brides have their own questions and concerns that no first-time bride would have. Now there is finally an excellent resource that suits their needs. Not a book of checklists and worksheets, Bride Again offers tips and provides answers. Is it okay to wear white? Can my son give me away? And what am I going to tell my ex? Where can I find a gown I feel comfortable in? What would be appropriate? And beyond the nuts and bolts of wedding planning, what do you do to make your new blended family life successful? Remarriages don't just bring together two people, they bring together two families.

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