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Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2002 - Family & Relationships - 80 pages
Few brides would dare to walk down the aisle without their bridesmaids close at hand. Almost every American woman has been a bridesmaid and experienced the dress (which, despite the bride's promise, will never be worn again), the dyed-to-match shoes, and the task of calming and comforting a nervous bride. For doing all that they do with a smile, bridesmaids deserve this lovely tribute. The intimate duotone photographs celebrate the friendship between a bride and her bridesmaids with beauty and poignancy. Captions such as "She's someone I can count on" let bridesmaids know just why they are so special. Bridesmaids will treasure this special keepsake long after they have sent the dress to Goodwill.

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About the author (2002)

Ron Modra has been a Sports Illustrated photographer for 23 years with 200 covers of publications worldwide to his credit, including 70 for SI. His wife, M. B. Roberts, began her career as a humor columnist, and currently writes for the Chicago Tribune and the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. M.B. has also written for Conde Nast's Women's Sports and Fitness and Bride's Magazine. This is their fifth collaborative book.

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