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I Do: A Guide to Creating Your Own Unique Wedding Ceremony Paperback – September 1, 2004
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Top Customer Reviews
Had I bought this early on, I could have saved myself lots of money. It has lovely examples and explains how and why to put each part of the ceremony in, or to skip if you prefer.
Other books are more geared towards the bride only, and focus on all aspects of putting together a wedding. This is the best resource on just the ceremony.
emphasis on intercultural ceremonies.
It's ... okay. The author seems to concentrate so much on the types of ceremonies she's lead in her work, that this book is a bit more of a departure from the type of guide I was hoping for. While she's got some good ideas, I think the book's main strength is the author asking you about the parts of the ceremony she outlines, asking you what you find important. The rest of the book ... well, wasn't necessary to me.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The book is very readable, although I have not finished reading it yet. My reason for buying the book was that it was required reading for a Celebrants course I am doing.Published on March 21, 2010 by Margaret Swift
I bought this book because I want to incorporate innovative ideas and special traditions into my wedding ceremony. Read morePublished on July 17, 2007 by M. Gillespie