Weddings have come a long way since the first etiquette books were written Today families come in such variety that and couples are sensibly throwing etiquette to the wind and relying instead on their own common sense So where does the father of the bride fit into all of this There are so many ways you can help, both emotionally and practically You ll find that one of your responsibilities apart from walking your daughter down the aisle and making a speech is ensuring that the chaos of wedding details, and any family feuds or financial stress, don t ultimately get in the way of making your daughter s wedding day the happiest time in her life This will be a big day for you, too, with the speech playing an important part in the proceedings You ll want to get it just right so that you speak from the heart but enliven sentiment with humour, and your speech is remembered for years to come for all the right reasons This book is packed with valuable tips and advice about Conveying just the right messages to your daughter and her husband to be Understanding what is traditionally expected of you Keeping everyone calm and defusing any pre wedding tensions and conflicts Making a memorable speech Helping everyone have a great time...
|Title||:||Father of the Bride: Speech and Duties|
|Publisher||:||How to Books 2nd Revised edition edition August 15, 2010|
|Number of Pages||:||192 pages|
|File Size||:||886 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Father of the Bride: Speech and Duties Reviews
Bought this for my dad as my wedding planning started to get rolling and he really liked the book. He said it made some great pointers and had useful tips... but something to be aware of is that this book leans towards the more traditional wedding and its apparently written from the perspective of an English wedding. My dad said at least now he's more aware of converting British pounds to US dollars!
This is a very good book and can "stand alone". I would suggest however that you combine it with one or two other sources, to get a balanced perspective. It is very detailed (occasionally exhaustively so) but you can alway skip to the areas you wish to focus on. It includes a section thanking the Mother of the Bride which is not included in some of the other sources and, in my opinion, is essential (if appropriate) in the FOB speech.
Very good book with interesting views and information. Will be interesting reading for me as I travel around the world.
Good item, I like it
Waste of time & money