Make your planning simple and fun with these selections:
“The Tax-Deductible Wedding: More Wedding and Fun, Less Fret and Debt”
By Sabrina Rivers
For today’s brides and grooms, paying for the wedding falls almost solely on their bank account, but there is still one solid truth: The gap between pre-wedding budgets and post-wedding budgets. In “The Tax-Deductible Wedding,” author Sabrina Rivers shares the how-tos on how to get big tax deductions on the wedding and even the honeymoon. You can’t afford to not have this book.
“Words for the Wedding”
By Wendy Paris and Andrew Chesler
“Words for the Wedding: Creative Ideas for Personalizing Your Vows, Toasts, Invitations, and More” is an informative guide that helps to prepare the bride, groom, bridal party and friends who for their speaking role at the wedding. The authors share contemporary and classic poems, quotes and blessings along with advice on where and how to use the words.
“The Wedding Beat”
By Devan Sipher
A modern-day “boy meets girl” tale of a lone journalist covering a wedding on New Year’s Eve is a painful reminder of just how solo he is. Gavin Green finds—and looses—his Ms. Right all in the same evening, taking the readers on a journey that is full of twists and turns all in search of love.
“A Gentleman Walks Down The Aisle”
By John Bridges and Bryan Curtis
Give your groom the gift that will properly prepare him for the big day. This manual helps the groom (and fathers and groomsmen) understand just how big their role is in his wedding. From avoiding wedding-day disasters to dressing for the big, there is no topic not tackled.
“I Do, Now Let’s Eat”
By P. Michelle Talley, The Newlywed Guru
After the honeymoon is over, newlyweds are faced with the task of figuring out how to live happily ever after, including in the kitchen. “I Do, Now Let’s Eat” takes the novice chef and turns them into culinary masters with easy-to-read-and-prepare recipes.