8 New Wedding Planning Books for the Summer


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Don’t just sit there fantasizing about your upcoming winter or spring wedding–the lazy days of summer are a great time to prepare!   Get a jump on it with these inexpensive new books, sale offering advice and resources to help you budget, case plan and enjoy your bridal event.

Wedding Planning On a Budget:  How To Have The Wedding of Your Dreams Without Breaking The Bank by Sandra Breeze.   Offers advice on how to create a wedding budget, DIY suggestions to keep wedding costs down, and a useful list of wedding planning apps.

The Wedding Guide – Planning Your Big Day On a Budget by Meg Fields.  Cost-conscious wedding planning ideas.  Includes helpful chapters on Mistakes to Avoid, Honeymoon Bargains and a Wedding Checklist.

Real World Wedding: Planning your dream wedding without the financial nightmare  by Kristen Hull.  Sensible advice about realistic, financially-responsible wedding planning.

The Rustic Wedding Handbook by Maggie Lord.  Planning advice about a popular trend in  weddings—the Barn or Rustic wedding. 

The $2000 Fairytale Wedding: Planning your dream wedding on a shoestring budget  by Mary Ann Mayer.  Ideas for making an extremely modest wedding budget work.

Wedding Planning:  The Ultimate Dream Wedding Planner to Fit Your Needs and Budget by Alice Meyers.  Welcome, sensible long-term approach to wedding planning. 

Emily Post’s Wedding Etiquette, 6th Ed. by Anna Post and Lizzie Post.  A useful guide to the proper way to coordinate a wedding, compiled by the great-great-granddaughters of venerable etiquette authority Emily Post.  Emphasizes consideration, communication and compromise—essential (and sometimes hard to come by) components of a successful, enjoyable wedding experience.

Wedding Planning: Ask These Questions to Avoid Costly and Upsetting Problems by Sue Shafer.  Interesting tips on how to get best results from your wedding vendors.






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