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His and her wit, wisdom and warnings from a successful husband wife writing team.Clergy vs Justice of the Peaceband vs DJsitdown vs buffet expensive vs really, really expensive They say love conquers all, but can it handle this Don t panic it is possible to plan a wedding together without getting crazed over the conflicts After all, nowadays marriage is a 50 50 proposition, and the same goes for the wedding So learn how to make compromises, master the art of diplomacy, and find out what the opposite sex really thinks about bridal showers and bachelor parties the guest list power struggles religious issues seating arrangements the invitations stage fright budgets gift return pleasing everyone honeymoon plans and With short, alternating chapters that bring you both his and her point of view, you ll find the kind of wise, witty advice and emotional support you ll need to walk down the aisle with a smile....

Title : Surviving Your Wedding: A His and Hers Guide
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ISBN : 0425172708
Format Type : Paperback
Language : English
Publisher : Berkley January 1, 2000
Number of Pages : 320 pages
File Size : 998 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Surviving Your Wedding: A His and Hers Guide Reviews

  • Reb
    2019-02-15 07:29

    Very funny, I read parts out loud to my fiancee, and he laughed too. There is some helpful information, but the bottom line is, "make yourself happy first." Men and women are treated respectfully, with the views of each presented with kindness and humor. There is some helpful information. It is more geared towards "traditional" couples, those with mom and dad involved in the wedding, big families, and couples receiving financial assistance for the wedding from their families. It's not quite as helpful for older couples, but still very funny.

  • Kelli Rush
    2019-02-17 00:24

    I am a bride to be and this book is a must read for anyone planning a wedding. The book has different sections ranging from photography to cake cutting and each section is divided into halves. One portion being told from the mans point of view and the other from the brides point of view. It is a very easy read and it has some absolutely hilarious takes on wedding planning. It stays true to its title. It is a survival manual and it is amazing at relieving pre wedding stress. A must read for any bride or groom.