Every bride wants a perfect wedding and that includes Georgina Winters. Amy Perfect is the creme de la creme of wedding planners so who best to plan Georgina's wedding... except the man Georgina plans to marry is the same man who jilted Amy three years ago.
Your wedding is one of the most important, and biggest events in your life. Getting engaged and planning a wedding are an exciting and magical time, but without all the right information and planning, it can also be a headache-inducing experience. There are a lot of details and a lot of preparation that goes into planning a wedding: from securing a venue, inviting guests, choosing flowers, when the wedding will be held and more. There are so many details to be arranged. The Smart & Easy Guide To Wedding Planning: Your Guide Book to the Perfect DIY Dream Wedding With or Without the Help of a Wedding Planner details all elements of wedding planning. The guide notes the importance of good wedding preparation. This is the biggest day of a couples' lives and all details should be attended to properly. The guide discusses the general timeline for wedding planning, which is usually between 9-12 months. This is the amount of time suggested to allow for proper, unrushed planning of the festivities. While not set in stone, the timeline for most major wedding-related preparations is as follows: 6-12 months before the wedding, deposits for venues, caterers and the reception hall should be made. This is also when musicians, florists, the wedding cake baker, etc. should be lined up. The details do not need to be finalized, but deposits need to be made. 4 months before the wedding choose the guests, honeymoon location, attire for the wedding party, etc. 2 months before the wedding, send out invitations, apply for marriage license. 1 month before the wedding is generally when bachelor and bachelorette parties are thrown. This is also when final fittings and small details are finalized. 2 weeks before the wedding is when the marriage license should be filed and change of name/address should be filed. This is also when all the details that have not yet been finalized need to be set in stone. The day before the wedding is generally when the rehearsal is held. The guide then goes on to provide a detailed chapter on devising a wedding budget. Weddings can be very expensive and couples are often faced with sticker shock or the inability to have the wedding they wanted due to finances. The guide recommends laying out all the resources you have at your disposal so as to know exactly what you have to work with. Even with a small budget, you can have a fairytale-like wedding. Wedding take a lot of preparation and the guide recommends delegation of tasks to help reduce the burden on the couple. Friends and family members are often more than willing to help with certain aspects of wedding planning or related tasks and allowing them to take part not only reduces the burden on the couple, but allows family and friends to feel like they are a bigger part of your big day. The guide then touches on the role of the best man, how to best choose flowers and other decorations, as well as how to ensure that your guests will have an enjoyable experience. There is even a chapter that discusses second marriages and the different set of circumstances these weddings bring to light. Your wedding is the biggest day of your life as a couple, and we all want our wedding day to be as perfect as possible. With The Smart & Easy Guide To Wedding Planning: Your Guide Book to the Perfect DIY Dream Wedding With or Without the Help of a Wedding Planner, you will have a detailed guide of all the elements of wedding planning that need to be attended to, as well as a rough guide for when and how each task needs to be completed. With this guide, planning your wedding does not have to be a confusing and frustrating experience. With planning and organization, your wedding day can truly be the dream you imagined it would be. Grab your copy today of The Smart & Easy Guide To Wedding Planning: Your Guide Book to the Perfect DIY Dream Wedding With or Without the Help of a Wedding Planner!
The Wedding Journey is a unique guidebook that couples contemplating marriage will value. Rev. Hannah Desmond incorporates both ancient teachings and leading-edge thought in the crafting of wedding ceremonies for twenty-first century couples. She offers sage advice and assistance for creating your wedding ceremony, personal vows, and a fulfilling marriage. Hannah has created authentic, contemporary wedding scripts, which can serve as complete wedding services or as templates in the creation of your own ceremony. The ancient Celtic wedding practice of Handfasting is included, with a full explanation of "tying the knot." You receive guidance as you begin the process of creating your ceremony, accessing your deepest emotions, and verbalizing your true feelings through your wedding vows. Beneficial practices and exercises are included to help alleviate the stress that may arise as you plan your wedding and prepare for your transition into married life. Hannah introduces effective techniques for harnessing the power of your thoughts, words, and emotions to alleviate distressful misunderstandings and allow for greater communication and a deeper bond in your marriage. With humor and compassion, Hannah helps you avoid some of the wedding pitfalls she has witnessed in her twenty years as a wedding celebrant. There are anecdotes to make you laugh and advice on a myriad of unique wedding elements from using your astrological flower in your bouquet to incorporating a unity ritual in your ceremony. The information and assistance offered throughout The Wedding Journey provides couples with fresh ideas and the emotional support and understanding necessary to create a deeply meaningful wedding ceremony, powerful and enduring vows, an awakened heart, and the flow of great love, prosperity, serenity, and joy into their marriage.
Series Editors Manfred M. Fischer Geoffrey J.D. Hewings Peter Nijkamp Folke Snickars
Just as you would return to a physician for a yearly check up, a good habit to return one year after the wedding for a coach up will be beneficial to the marital commitment.
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