Do I Have To Wear White?: Emily Post Answers America's Top Wedding Questions

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Harper Collins, Oct 6, 2009 - Reference - 240 pages
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"I can't choose between my two best friends. Can I have two maids of honor?"

"My fiancÚ and I are considering a destination wedding. Are we obligated to cover our attendants' travel expenses?"

"Do we have to invite our guests' children to our wedding?"

"I'm still close to my ex-husband's parents. Would it be okay to invite them to my wedding?"

"How do my partner and I go about planning our commitment ceremony?"

"My parents are divorced and each has remarried. Where do they sit in church?"

"Do I have to wear white?"

Do I Have to Wear White? draws on the Posts' extensive database of wedding questions received through their Web site, as well as popular topics addressed in their columns. For busy engaged couples and their families, attendants, and guests, this book provides at-a-glance answers to everything from essential bridal basics to the knotty logistical questions that spring up around this joyous—yet often complex—event.

 

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User Review  - Eliza the Bookseller - Borders

Despite using the phrase "couples today" in almost every answer to every question, this book is pretty old-fashioned and stuffy. I didn't recognize my husband and I or any of our friends in these ... Read full review

Contents

ChAPter 2
23
choosing your attendants
55
ChAPter 4
71
ChAPter 6
131
ChAPter 7
145
ChAPter 8
161
ChAPter 9
183
ChAPter 10
199
index
215
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About the author (2009)

Anna Post is the great-great-granddaughter of Emily Post, and a co-author of Emily Post's Etiquette, 18th Edition. She is also the co-author of Great Get-Togethers and Emily Post's Wedding Etiquette, 6th Edition, and the author of Do I Have to Wear White? Anna conducts business etiquette seminars across the country.

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