In the excitement of planning a wedding in all its detail, the beauty and meaning of the words exchanged can sometimes be overlooked. David Glusker and Peter Misner have created this manual of various contemporary and traditional wedding services for couples and ministers alike.
Nicky Gomes-Luis, an experienced wedding and conference planner, became frustrated when planning her own wedding when she realised all the wedding guides on the market in South Africa were written either in the UK or America and were specific to those markets.
Serves as a comprehensive organizer for brides with top tips from a host of wedding experts. This work includes 10 sections with pockets for storing swatches, clippings and quotes. It includes worksheets, checklists, a zipper pouch, business card holder, 2-year diary and pull-out 'mood board'.
Whether you're a beaming bride planning for your perfect day, or a professional wedding planner looking for more practical working tools, Bridal Press offers you a range of essential guides to the perfect I Do! moment. From the ideal theme to the perfect dress, The Starting Point to Planning a Wedding is the essential tool for any bride planning the perfect wedding.
The Alternative Wedding Book is a guide to planning out-of-the-ordinary celebrations. Offering an alternative to the bridal magazines and professional consultants, it encourages couples to use their imagination to incorporate their values, family, and ethnic traditions to plan their perfect wedding.
Wedding Planner: Everything You Need to Plan Your Own Wedding, from Booking the Ceremony to Organising the Reception
A step-by-step kit for planning your wedding. It includes a comprehensive Guidance Manual, a Workbook of more than 30 Checklists and a loose-leaf Countdown Calendar for making sure everything runs smoothly on the day.
Offers advice on how to create key stylistic elements that make a wedding special--from bridal chairs and place cards to centerpieces, cocktails, candles, and favors.