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One of the main themes in this novel is the idea that you shouldn’t let what others think dictate how you live your life. If you want something, you should go for it, regardless of what others might think. Emerson begins to feel completely overwhelmed at the prospect of creating the perfect wedding, but it takes her a while to realize that everyone has different ideas of what a perfect wedding looks like.
On top of the stress of planning her upcoming nuptials, Emerson’s afraid that she’s beginning to care more about the wedding than the marriage, even though she’s about to marry her best friend and the most amazing man she could possibly imagine. Once you get over her tendency to go a bit Bridezilla, she’s extremely likable and I enjoyed watching her adventures and drama that led up to her wedding day.
I loved the cute updates and hashtags that were located at the beginning of each chapter, but they kind of gave away things that were about to happen in the chapter. For a handful of the chapters I thought the cute little blurbs should have been placed at the end of the chapter, not before. Regardless, they were cute and added an extra fun and current relevance to the novel.
There was such a cute surprise at the end that I wasn’t expecting that wrapped up the story and made me completely fall in love with the novel! I am not ashamed to admit that I got teared up towards the end. Such a lovely novel with a beautiful message about what a wedding is truly about. A wedding is about family, love and the marriage itself, not about the decorations and trying to have the event of the year. It’s about the beautiful act of proclaiming your love for one another and the beginning of your life together. I can’t wait to see more from this author and go back and read the novels that she’s published previously!
Oh sure, Emerson definitely goes through a few bridezilla moments before she figures out what is really important about this special day. I rather enjoyed those crazy episodes; watching her freak out when things don't go her way and then watching her come back to herself and to those she loves.
Samantha speaks from experience, to the wedding planning anyway. She recently got married herself (that's her on the cover of the book) so I am sure this book was an interesting project for her. I can't speak to the bridezilla parts of the book, I'm sure she was calm, cool, and collected the whole time. And it's been quite a few years since my wedding but this wedding story felt very real to me.
I think my favorite relationship in the whole story was the one between Emerson and her Grams. They are truly connected and Grams is there for Emerson the whole time and gets her through the tough spots. She kept Emerson grounded when it counted.
I don't want to give too much away but I want to say that I loved how the story ended and I admired the decisions the happy couple made to make their wedding day the meaningful day that it should be. Loved it!
This is the ultimate, feel good, chick-lit novel that will be enjoyed by everyone who picks it up and reads it. Congratulations Samantha, you've got another hit on your hands!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Up To I Do was a fun, chick lit story that follows Emerson Sinclair as she plans the wedding of the century--her own! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Love2Read
**I received a free copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review**
After saying ‘yes’ to Logan Worthington’s marriage proposal, Emerson Sinclair spends a year... Read more
I really enjoyed reading this novel. Emerson Sinclair needs to plan the wedding of her dreams, and then some. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Charlene Argaez
March has definitely found her voice within the chick lit genre and with every new book you can tell she is growing stronger and stronger as a writer! Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mrs Mommy Booknerd (Mrs Mommy Booknerd's Book Reviews) #MMBBR
The question has been asked. The bride to be has said yes, now what? Emerson is so excited that she is getting married. She wants the wedding to be spectacular and over the top. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Deana
I love Samantha's books! Such a talented writer :) Highly recommend!Published 10 months ago by Reviewer Girl
A fun chick lit novel about the build up to the event of the decade, I mean the wedding. This novel deals with the relationships between the women in a family that comes from old... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Renee
Loved this story! This is my first Samantha March book, but certainly not my last! I loved reading about the ups and downs of planning the wedding! Read morePublished 11 months ago by Kristi McCoy