The Bridesmaid's Guerilla Handbook

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Berkley Books, 1997 - Reference - 144 pages
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In weddings as in war, it always helps to be well prepared. With "biting good humor" (Indianapolis Star), The Bridesmaid's Guerrilla Handbook leads the bridesmaid through her tour of duty. Armed with this guide full of smart strategies and useful maneuvers, the bridesmaid will feel a little less frantic...and have a lot more fun.

Answers the questions:

* Who should give the shower?
* What's expected of me during pre-wedding preparations?
* Am I allowed to object to that hideous dress?
* How much is this going to set me back?
* Can I just say no?

Now, the armed bridesmaid can make the most of a harrowing ordeal-from dress fittings, to pink organza, and back to civvies. * Includes innovative ideas, such as preparing a bridal emergency kit
* Plus worksheets to help limited budgets

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The Tour of Duty Begins
The Maid of Honor
The Bridesmaids Timetable

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About the author (1997)

Sarah Stein and Lucy Talbot boast an impressive war record: they've served as bridesmaids a combined total of nine times.

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