The Knot's Complete Guide to Weddings in the Real World: The Ultimate Source of Ideas, Advice, and Relief for the Bride and Groom and Those who Love Them

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Broadway Books, 1998 - Reference - 401 pages
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Planning for the big day? Here are the most up-to-date answers to all your questions in the first book from the editors of The Knot, the largest online wedding resource.
Overwhelmed by the countless questions and details that planning your wedding entails? Don't despair! "The Knot's Complete Guide to Weddings helps you make all the critical decisions and takes you step-by-step from your engagement to the big day, from the reception to the honeymoon. Inside you'll find checklists, worksheets, true tales, insider advice, and in-depth sections on:
How to personalize your wedding
Updated wedding etiquette
Creating a realistic budget
Choosing a great location
Shopping for The Perfect Dress
Tips for working with florists, caterers, officiants, and others
Sneaky cost-trimming tricks
Invitation wording
Ethnic wedding customs
Vows and ceremony details
Plus: Coping with stressful family situations, dealing with interfaith issues, and maintaining strength, sanity, and romance through it all.

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This book really helped me through the planning stages of my wedding. I found this one to be more helpful than some of the others that I read. Read full review

The Knot's complete guide to weddings in the real world: the ultimate source of ideas, advice, and relief for the bride and groom and those who love them

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These three books offer all the up-to-date advice on weddings that this year's crop of couples might need. Going to the Chapel, compiled by the editors of Signature Bride magazine, is aimed at black ... Read full review



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Carley Roney is the founder and editor-in-chief of, the most comprehensive and up-to-date information center on weddings that exists today.  Since 1996, Carley has been gathering ideas and giving advice to 250,000 couples a month, making The Knot the most popular destination for brides and grooms in cyberspace.  Its new wedding magazine, The Knot, will debut in the fall of 1999, followed by a television series.

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