Easy Wedding Planning Plus

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WS Publishing, 2007 - Reference - 322 pages
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The best-selling wedding planner in North America, Easy Wedding Planning Plus contains all the essentials for creating the perfect wedding. The latest in wedding etiquette, trends, worksheets and checklists, budget information, inspiration, and money-saving tips. Thirteen full-color dividers with photos of elegant weddings from around the country offer inspiration for future brides and grooms. A wedding flower photo section provides a visual aid as brides pick out their bouquets and arrangements. Finally, two folders are a great organizational tool, perfect for storing loose items, such as fabric swatches, contracts and business cards. This beautiful planner is all brides and grooms need to plan their dream wedding.

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User Review  - charmedlife357 - Borders

I just bought this wedding planner a couple of days ago and it is wonderful. Even my fiance loves it! There was another planner written by the same people that was alot prettier but this one has a ... Read full review

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User Review  - elizathorn - Overstock.com

I first received this planner as a gift from a friend when I was planning my wedding. I loved the inspirational photos the large pages where I could take notes the ideas for details that I didnt even ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Alex A. Lluch is a renowned author who has written more than 200 books in a diverse range of subjects, including business, weddings, weight loss, health, fitness, babies, pregnancy, self-help and more. He has sold more than 4 million books in North America alone. Lluch is known for writing books that are very comprehensive yet extremely easy to read and understand, making them favorites of readers worldwide.

He has been featured on Fox News, AOL Health, WebMD, Pregnancy Today, Parenting magazine, the Chicago Sun Times, and more.

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