The Bride's Year Ahead: The Ultimate Month-by-month Wedding Planner

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Ronnie Sellers Productions, Feb 1, 2004 - Reference - 192 pages
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The Bride's Year Ahead outlines the entire wedding process, starting one year before the wedding. Unlike other wedding planners that are arranged by subject, this book is organized in a progressive, month-by-month fashion that starts one year before the wedding. This month-by-month countdown to the big event uses twelve tabbed sections to organizing everything from catering, guest lists and budgets to planning the honeymoon and sending thank-you notes. Each monthly chapter includes a generous pocket for storage, beautiful full color photographs, advice and time saving tips, comprehensive guidance on what needs to be done, a monthly task list, plus charts for planning, price comparisons and budgeting. There is also a large clear zippered pocket for storage and eight detachable "to-do" lists for each member of the wedding party. With over 200 color photographs and beautiful design details, this book will become a cherished memento of the wedding.

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This has been the best gift I could have gotten! A friend of mine gave this to me when I got engaged, we have a year engagement and have 2 months to go! This organization book has been a life saver ... Read full review


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Marguerite Smolen began her career in bridal journalism as the first editorial director of New Jersey Bride magazine, the wedding publication of New Jersey Monthly magazine. In 1992, she launched her own regional bridal magazine, Philadelphia Bride. Her most recent books are The Everything Pregnancy Planner and The Everything Selling Book (Adams Media, 2000).

Carol Ross has been producing her own line of greeting cards since 1995. Her photographs have been published by Simon & Schuster and appear in the book Feels Like Home (Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill). During her eight years as a wedding photographer in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Ross has photographed more than a hundred weddings.

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