Wedding Goddess: A Divine Guide to Transforming Wedding Stress Into Wedding Bliss

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Penguin Group, 2005 - Reference - 273 pages
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An invaluable guide to a truly harmonious wedding, this lively book shows brides-to-be who want their wedding to reflect who they really are how to become an empowered, graceful, and spiritually strong Wedding Goddess.

From creating personalized rituals and vows to throwing a bridal shower fit for a goddess, Laurie Sue reveals the secrets to radiating confidence and beauty while planning for that special day.

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Brockway, an interfaith minister and wedding officiant (, offers a spiritual take on wedding planning. Focusing on the bride's relationship with herself, her groom, and her ... Read full review

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I bought many books before my wedding dealing with every topic imaginable, maybe 25 books. I got rid of all of them with the exception of Wedding Goddess. Even if you do not consider yourself a "Goddess" type, it explains many seeming universal themes such as why your best friend, or sister suddenly starts acting out of character and how to deal with it and other peoples reactions regarding your wedding.
I give this book to everyone I know who is getting married! Everyone I gave this book to was so grateful and had these issues. It is an INVALUABLE resource. You will not be sorry you bought it. This book had an incredibly positive influence on me and my state of mind leading up to my wedding. Do yourself a favor and get this book.


What Is Your Bridal Personality?
Choose to Be a Wedding Goddess
Bridal Beauty and GraceSelfCare to Bring

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Laurie Sue Brockway is a widely recognized expert on women's self-esteem and spirituality, and writes a syndicated column, For the Goddess in You, and has written articles for Newsday, Boston Globe, Washington Post, Ladies Home Journal, Woman's World, and other publications. She is the author of A Goddess Is a Girl's Best Friend.

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