Which flowers are in season in June? How should you word invitations to a second wedding? What questions should you ask a caterer or photographer? Wedding-industry expert Beverly Clark gives you the answers to these questions and many more in her remarkably thorough guide, Planning a Wedding to Remember
. The 23 chapters in this hefty, spiral-bound planner cover everything from announcing the engagement to developing a budget to planning flowers, photography, prewedding parties, and the honeymoon. Clark gives couples the information they need to start thinking about their special day, and then provides them with the organizational tools to create their own special, personal celebration. "Start by deciding what is most important to you," she writes, "and plan the rest of the wedding around that." But what's truly unique and oh-so-useful about this planner is that in addition to Clark's tips and tricks, it contains dozens of worksheets and checklists to help you organize, shop, make decisions, write thank-you notes, and attend to every last detail--without going nuts and succumbing to the wedding crazies.
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"Beverly Clark has taken the wedding planning process to a new plane . . . She covers all of the nuts and bolts and teachs you to plan with class and elegance."
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Gerard J. Monahan, President of the Association of Bridal Consultants