Wedding Etiquette for Divorced Families: Tasteful Advice for Planning a Beautiful Wedding

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Contemporary Books, 2001 - Reference - 256 pages
While approximately 35 percent of brides and grooms today are marching down the aisle for the second, third, or even fourth time, many traditional wedding etiquette books still treat divorce as an afterthought. Martha A. Woodham provides welcome relief for anxious marrieds-to-be with this thorough guide tastefully directs couples touched by divorce to the proper and gracious handling of the big event.

"Wedding Etiquette for Divorced Families" covers everything from how to get all the names on the wedding invitation and arrange a harmonious seating plan to how to form a receiving line with four sets of parents and appropriate attire for everyone involved. Arranged in alphabetical order, this handy reference includes questions from real brides-to-be as well as the cautionary tales of brides who learned the hard way--without Woodham's help!

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Whether it's the bride, the groom, or their parents who are divorced, this guide answers the many pesky questions that arise, covering everything from engagement announcements to placing feuding ... Read full review


Attendants 4 Selerting Your Wedding Party I
The Ceremony 4 The Moment Weve All Been Waiting For
Clothing 4 Dressing the Part

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Martha A. Woodham authored "The Bride Did What?!" Etiquette for the Wedding Impaired (Longstreet Press) and has been the wedding advice columnist for Elegant Bride magazine since 1987.

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