The Knot Complete Guide to Weddings in the Real World
The Ultimate Source of Ideas, Advice, and Relief for the Bride and Groom
By Carley Roney
(Potter Style, Paperback, 9780767916424, 448pp.)
Publication Date: December 30, 2003
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Planning for the big day? Here are the most up-to-date answers to all of your questions in the book from the editors of the acclaimed wedding website, The Knot.
Overwhelmed by the countless questions and details your wedding entails? Don’t despair! The Knot Complete Guide to Weddings in the Real World takes you step-by-step from your engagement to the big day, from the reception to the honeymoon. Inside you’ll find checklists, worksheets, insider advice, and in-depth sections on:
How to personalize your wedding
Updated wedding etiquette
Creating a realistic budget
Sneaky cost-cutting tips
Dress shopping advice
Tips for working with florists, caterers, officiants, and others
Vows and ceremony details
Unique wedding customs
ALL NEW SECTIONS ON: Planning Online and Destination Weddings
Carley Roney is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of The Knot (www.theknot.com). Her fresh, tell-it-like-it-is approach to weddings has made The Knot the nation’s favorite wedding planning resource, used by millions of couples each year. Carley has taken the hip style and up-to-date advice that made The Knot the #1 wedding website and launched THE KNOT Weddings magazine, five popular wedding books, and a television show, Real Weddings from The Knot. Carley appears regularly on national television shows from Oprah to NBC’s Today to ABC’s The View.
“The chicest ‘wed’ site in cyberspace.” —Vogue
“Don’t get hitched without The Knot! . . . It has help for every conceivable detail before, during, and after the wedding.” —Business Week
“The Knot is a megasource for everything from dresses to tips for the bachelor party.” — Newsweek
“Hip, informal, and humorous, this book includes all the basics of modern matrimony.” — Dallas Morning News