The Bride's Handbook: A Spiritual & Practical Guide for Planning Your Wedding

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Revell, Apr 1, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 256 pages
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Author Amy J. Tol dreamed of planning her wedding since she was a little girl. But when that time finally arrived, she found, as many future brides do, that the actual preparations can be overwhelming. When this happens, Christian brides just long for a little spiritual guidance.
They'll find it in this book. Amy now offers brides-to-be a wedding planner that not only gives practical ideas and advice, but also presents spiritual reflections on what it means to be a bride of God. Here all future brides have the unique opportunity to think about God's character, their faith, and their heart. As a result, they will be less frazzled and more focused, spiritually and emotionally, as they plan for their wedding and the new life that follows.
 

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Bride's Handbook, The: A Spiritual & Practical Guide for Planning Your Wedding

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Like many wedding guides, this paperback includes planning time lines and checklists, nice worksheets to track vendors and events, and tips about cost-cutting measures. More atypical is the author's ... Read full review

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Contents

Introduction
9
The Groom
31
The Budget
45
The Basics
63
The People
81
The Flowers
101
The Photos
119
The Wedding Attire
139
The Ceremony
177
The Reception
197
The Gifts
217
A Final Word
245
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Amy J. Tol is Director of Youth Ministries as her church and works as a freelance writer for Christian websites. She and her groom live in Holland, Michigan.

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