The Bride's Survival Guide: 150 Mistakes You Should Avoid for the Perfect Wedding
Everyone knows how overwhelming planning a wedding can be--so, what's a bride-to-be to do? It's much easier to learn what not to do, and let everything fall into place for a lovely, unforgettable wedding. This guide tells women what not to do with plenty of etiquette and money-saving tips. Included in the book is advice like: Mistake #11: Getting bossed into inviting too many guests; Mistake #89: Getting a cheap aisle runner; Mistake #146: Wearing troublesome undergarments; and more. Each entry is ranked with an icon, such as major catastrophe or money-waster. This book advises on entertainment, wardrobe, toasts, decor, locations, family, guests, budget, vendors, wedding party, and more. Brides-to-be won't be blindsided by mistakes that plague every bride and groom. With this book, they'll figure them out ahead of time and have no regrets on their perfect day.
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