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Take the stress out of wedding planning with this month-by-month, pocket-size guide that simplifies the ins and outs of saying I do!
Whether you’re eloping at city hall or throwing a reception for all of your friends and family to attend, How to Plan a Wedding is a checklist-in-a-guide that helps you knock out to-dos and divvy up tasks so you can enjoy every minute of your engagement. Based on a twelve-month countdown that can be condensed or expanded to fit your needs, this book is ready for you to earmark and scribble in—take the wedding style quiz and use the lines throughout to jot down your ideas. This book is portable enough that you’ll want to carry it to every venue visit (that’s in month one), vendor appointment (month three), tasting (month four), and fitting (month ten). You can even bring it along for the ride to your bach party (plan that in month seven).
With inclusive tips for LGBTQ+ couples and multicultural ceremonies, How to Plan a Wedding encourages you to choose the things you actually want at your wedding and skip those that don’t matter. After all, this day is for the two of you—tie the knot however you wish!
About the Author
Terri Pous has written about weddings for more than ten years. Her work has appeared in Brides, BuzzFeed, Apartment Therapy, the New York Times, Vox, and Time magazine, among others. She lives in New York.