Weddings For Dummies by Marcy Blum, Laura F. Kaiser
In this downturn economy, planning a wedding on a budget is more challenging than ever. Weddings For Dummies, 2E will come to the rescue providing expertise on everything from bridal gowns to the honeymoon with the emphasis on getting the most for the least amount of money. This edition will also include a new section on forms and tracking sheets to simplify the planning process.
Countdown To Your Perfect Wedding by Joyce Scardina Becker
Planning a wedding can be an exciting, overwhelming, and time consuming endeavor. Countdown To Your Perfect Wedding will give brides the exact amount of information they need to plan the wedding they want. It breaks down pre-wedding tasks into manageable bits of information and serves as a point-by-point checklist so that nothing slips through the cracks and nothing is left undone.
Intimate Weddings by Christina Friedrichsen
Intimate Weddings: Planning a Small Wedding that Fits Your Budget and Style is the only book on the market dedicated to couples who want to plan a small wedding--a growing trend in the industry. With stories and wisdom from real-life couples. Perfect for anyone planning a wedding with 75 guests or less, this book walks the bride-to-be through every step she needs to make her big day a success. There's no better resource for creating an event that's memorable and meaningful.
How to Have an Elegant Wedding for $5,000 by Wilson, Hickman
Yes, weddings can be expensive, but is it really worth giving up your firstborn child so you can have tulips in September? When your wedding day arrives, you want to be able to enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime event and know that the ceremony and reception are not going to put you in hock for the next 10 years. In How to Have an Elegant Wedding for $5,000 or Less, authors Jan Wilson and Beth Wilson Hickman teach you how to budget and balance so you can have the wedding of your dreams without the headache of enormous bills.
The Smart Couple's Guide by J. Sherven, J. Sniechowski
Written specifically for the couple, this book encourages and supports both the bride and groom in exploring their deepest dreams for what they want throughout their entire wedding journey--from engagement through the honeymoon. Illustrated by nearly 150 real-life wedding stories contributed by brides, grooms, and couples--some that took place in small backyards, some on mountain tops; one at $600, another at more than a million--each chapter walks you through easy, practical steps that help you make your special wedding vision come true, whether you want a traditional ceremony or one that is quirky and offbeat.
1001 Ways to Save Money by Sharon Naylor
Sharon Naylor believes that every bride deserves to have the wedding of her dreams. With this new edition of 1001 Ways to Save Money . . . and Still Have a Dazzling Wedding, she arms brides with more than 1,001 proven money-saving hints, tips, and strategies for creating a fabulous wedding without breaking the bank.
Emily Post's Wedding Etiquette by Peggy Post
The classic indispensable, comprehensive guide to creating the wedding of your dreams. Today's weddings are more complicated than ever, with new traditions replacing old, and new relationships to consider as family life grows more complex. In this new edition, Peggy provides sensible solutions to wedding questions old and new, showing how to manage the big decisions and the little details with tact, consideration and confidence–– leaving you free to enjoy all of the happy times along the way!
Being Married by Sharon Aris
Useful information and insightful advice receive humorous treatment in this marriage survival guide that combines real-life case studies with the very latest marriage research—from several viewpoints. External influences than can impact nuptial happiness, such as money, work, and children are also discussed.
Start Your Own Wedding Consultant Business by E.F. Sandlin
You don't need an office. Start-up costs are low. And you don't need any costly special equipment. All you need is this book and a desire to succeed!
Open & Operate a Wedding Consultant Business by Peragine
A wedding consulting and planning career makes an ideal home based or part-time business. You don t need an office. Start-up costs are low. And you don t need any costly special equipment. All you need is a calendar, a good organizer, a desire to succeed, and the tips for success in this book.