The "I Have A Life" Bride's Guide: Plan The Wedding You've Always Wanted--without Losing Your Mind

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F+W Media, Dec 6, 2004 - Reference - 272 pages
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So you want to plan an unforgettable wedding, but you don't want to get swallowed up in a whole lot of craziness? True enough, some women have the time and inclination to eat, sleep, and breathe every last detail of planning their weddings, but that's not you. You need a practical, true-to-life guide that boils your wedding planning details down to the nitty-gritty basics. If you're pressed for time - and patience - and want to avoid all the excess fluff and fuss, The "I Have a Life" Bride's Guide is the book for you.

This no-nonsense guide shows you how to:
  • De-stress and stay cool at all times
  • Balance your wedding plans with your hectic schedule
  • Steer clear of unnecessary expenses
  • Cut to the chase when deciding on where to have your ceremony and reception
  • Avoid time drains and pitfalls when choosing a caterer, a band, or a florist

Don't bother snagging separate books on wedding budgets, wedding etiquette, and wedding photography - The "I Have a Life" Bride's Guide is the only book you need to save your sanity and enjoy your wedding day!

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About the author (2004)

Andrea Mattei is the former managing editor of a leading men's fashion magazine. She recently survived the chaos of planning her own wedding which shows it can be done.

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