Weddings for Grownups: Everything You Need to Know to Plan Your Wedding Your Way
Carroll Stoner broke new ground with the original edition of Weddings for Grownups, the first wedding planner for real people. Over 21,000 copies later, thousands of brides and grooms, including second- and third-timers, have turned to this practical manual for common sense and creative ideas. With this expanded edition, Weddings for Grownups becomes even more indispensable -- now complete with a full range of checklists to speed engaged couples through every part of the planning process. This invaluable sourcebook offers a new way to discover a personal wedding style and provides an abundance of terrific ideas to make every wedding special. With a newly designed cover and a still-appealing retail price, Weddings for Grownups will continue to be the planner of choice for brides of every kind.
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