The Christian Wedding Planner

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Tyndale House Publishers, May 1, 1984 - Wedding etiquette - 320 pages
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This book is the first wedding book to combine a minister's spiritual counsel with the practical know-how of a professional wedding hostess. It is written for the bride -- but its traditional guidelines sprinkled with innovative ideas will be helpful to all those involved in planning wedding activities.

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This helped me a lot when I was getting married. The book is very complete, from all planning, to rehearsal dinner, to start of wedding to its end, and on to details for the reception. Much info ... Read full review

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I loved using this book to help plan my wedding. It has lots of options and is great for someone that has no idea about where to begin planning, but wants some tradition as well as options for their ... Read full review


FIVE The Minister and Premarital Counseling
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