AngelaB said: Notes: February 2010- I am taking the tips from this book and incorporating them into a much more comprehensive wedding guide. Wedded Bliss: How To Plan The Wedding Of Your Dreams By Coordinating Your Bedding Together. This book will incorporate over 400 classy ways to save money, with Secrets from Experts in the wedding industry, covering green weddings and lots of communication tips for both the bride and groom and when hiring/working with vendors. Look for these important details : How not to marry a sociopath, avoid starting out 30K in debt, don't have an ugly bedroom and especially DON'T end up divorcing each other anyways. I've done extensive research- worked in a florist shop, book store, done interior design, been a wedding coordinator, Bridal party instructor, Sole coordinator of a Bridal Fair and done wedding photography since writing Escape The Expense. The years of interviews and research will pay off- for the couples looking to plan an incredible wedding that will get them off to the best start in a marriage full of love, committment and harmony.
Synopsis: More than 300 tips, ideas and suggestions on how to have a beautiful wedding in a price range you can afford. This book covers everything from wedding gowns to refreshments. It isn't about 'cheap' weddings, it's about making decisions on what really matters to you, feeling good about your decisions and saving money, to use it where it counts for you and your mate.
Consolidated The Times Community The Times (Community Consolidated Newspapers) "Baumgartner, 24, sees two markets in the wedding business. One consists of people who can afford a lavish wedding with all the trimmings, and that's fine...but there is another clientele made up of people who live on a tight budget, including working women who plan on paying for their own weddings. The problem is that the wedding industry doesn't seem to cater to these people, which is why she wrote Escape The Expense."
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