The Wedding Sourcebook

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From the moment after the marriage proposal to the minute couples say ''I do'', there are hundreds of details to attend to, including whom to invite, when to send invitations, even when to book the church. Barillo offers practical advice.'

Planning a wedding can be overwhelming, and many couples have no idea where to begin. This sourcebook offers excellent and thorough advice on topics ranging from spreading the news of the engagement to finding a wedding consultant, registering for gifts, wording invitations, hiring a photographer, choosing music, and handling all the stress. Author Madeline Barillo delves deeper into some topics (such as wedding etiquette and customs, hints for saving money on certain items, inviting children, and flower choices) than does Susan Tatsui-D'Arcy's Working Woman's Wedding Planner, but the formality of The Wedding Sourcebook's pristine pages seems to discourage real record-keeping, nor are the checklists and worksheets anywhere near as extensive as those compiled by Tatsui-D'Arcy. In short, if you want comprehensive, nicely written background information on all aspects of wedding planning, this is a good choice; if you want an immediately practical workbook, go with Tatsui-D'Arcy. --Amy Handy

From the moment after the marriage proposal to the minute couples say ''I do'', there are hundreds of details to attend to, including whom to invite, when to send invitations, even when to book the church. Barillo offers practical advice.'


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