Emily Post on Weddings: Revised Edition

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Harper Collins, May 19, 1994 - Reference - 176 pages
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Your wedding day. It should be one of the happiest days of your life, not one of the most harried. The perfect wedding doesn't just happen--it takes planning. Things you never thought about suddenly occupy your every waking hour: How are the invitations worded? What is a semiformal wedding anyway? Why are announcements sent out, and who receives them anyway? What obligations does a wedding invitation confer on the recipient? Do guidelines exist for selecting a wedding gift? Who gives the wedding showers? Are there any guidelines for finding and working with a videographer?

Brides and grooms and their parents will find the answers to these questions and much more in the pages of this indispensable book.

 

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This is a great little reference book. It covers all of the main areas of etiquette in brief for anyone who may or may not know but just needs a general guide. Read full review

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This is a great little reference book. It covers all of the main areas of etiquette in brief for anyone who may or may not know but just needs a general guide. Read full review

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Elizabeth L. Post, granddaughter-in-law of the legendary Emily Post, has earned the mantle of her predecessor as America's foremost authority on etiquette. Mrs. Post has revised the classic Etiquette five times since 1965.

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