The Bride's Survival Guide: 150 Mistakes You Should Avoid for the Perfect Wedding

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F+W Media, Dec 17, 2008 - Reference - 256 pages
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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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Sharon Naylor (Morristown, NJ) has been named "The Foremost Wedding Author in the Country." She is the author of thirty-five wedding books and has appeared on Good Morning America, the Morning Show with Mike & Juliet, Inside Edition, Get Married, Lifetime television, and many other national shows. She is the iVillage weddings etiquette expert, and their featured blogger on stress-free wedding planning. She has been featured in InStyle Weddings, Brides, Modern Bride, Elegant Bride, New Jersey Bride, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and on the Martha Stewart Weddings Sirius Satellite Radio show.

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