The Little White Book of Wedding Planning Wisdom
From engagement to honeymoon, this little book will provide you with all the basics to start planning your dream wedding.
The moments after accepting a marriage proposal are exciting and romantic, but they can also be overwhelming and sometimes even confusing. Immediately after sharing the news, brides are often bombarded with questions: Have you set a date? What are your colors? Who are your bridesmaids? Where will you register?
If you’re a bride-to-be who isn’t sure how to even begin answering those questions and others like them, or who has a head full of ideas but no way to organize them, The Little White Book of Wedding Planning Wisdom is the guide you need. This book will provide you with advice related to every step of the process—from announcing your engagement, to booking a venue, to choosing the perfect date. You will learn when to book florists, caterers, and entertainers—and which questions to ask them before you do so.
More than a simple manual, this book also features reflections and quotes from brides who share their own real-life experiences choosing their first songs, trying on one dress after another, and worrying about centerpieces, seating charts, and writing the perfect vows.
At a convenient size, The Little White Book of Wedding Planning Wisdom can be easily slipped into your purse to consult as you move from one appointment to another, whether you’re meeting with potential photographers, cake bakers, or jewelers.
Nicole Frail received her BA in communications studies from Wilkes University and is the coeditor of The Little Red Book of Kitchen Wisdom. After more than a decade of dating, she and her fiancé will tie the knot in 2016. She is an editor and writer residing in New York, New York.
Kerri Frail is a graphic designer for a commercial real estate company with interests in print design, illustration, and photography. She is also the illustrator of The Little Red Book of Kitchen Wisdom and The Joy of Yoga. She holds a BA in integrative media from Wilkes University and resides in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
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