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Book: Wedding Etiquette For Dummies (Wiley & Son’s Inc. 1st. edition 2009)

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Wedding Etiquette For Dummies is your expert guide to the dos and don’ts of getting married. Your wedding should be fun, exciting, and worry-free-but most brides, grooms, and their families run into sticky situations or unique circumstances that surround etiquette. Now, there’s a definitive guide that provides the solutions for all those dilemmas big and small.

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Wedding Etiquette For Dummies provides sound information and guidance-whether it’s deciding how to handle divorced parents, inform guests of where the couple is registered, or tastefully incorporate new traditions into your ceremony and reception. You get plenty of proven advice and tips for everything from who pays for the wedding and properly announcing the engagement to hosting events leading up to the wedding and dealing with destination wedding snags and pitfalls. You’ll even see how to gracefully handle wedding cancellations and postponements:

The do’s and don’ts of wedding etiquette for any bride, groom, relatives, or friends of the marrying couple
Tips for proper behavior during the engagement, ceremony, and reception
Advice on dealing with the wedding party and opinionated or pushy in-laws
Special considerations for second (or more) marriages and military, ethnic, and religious weddings
How to set up a tasteful, interactive wedding website and write the all important thank you note
Sue Fox is the author of Etiquette For Dummies, 2nd Edition and Business Etiquette For Dummies, 2nd Edition
Leaving no wedding dilemma uncovered, Wedding Etiquette For Dummies is your one-stop guide for having the wedding of your dreams without the stress!

2 reviews for Book: Wedding Etiquette For Dummies (Wiley & Son’s Inc. 1st. edition 2009)

  1. :

    “A helpful book! I purchased both “Wedding Planning for Dummies” and “Wedding Etiquette for Dummies”. I am a future mother of the bride. Since I myself had a very simple, non-traditional wedding decades ago, I wanted to be better prepared for my daughter’s wedding. I find that the “Wedding Etiquette for Dummies” is NOT just a “manners” book, it wraps the etiquette into the planning itself, and as such is a good resource. No book of this kind can possibly answer all questions and relate to all of the variations in weddings/receptions today, but I find this a handy all-in-one resource with a good overview of all aspects, as well as good detail in many areas. Whatever questions aren’t answered in this book I plan on using the many online resources available today to add supplemental detail.”

  2. :

    “A Toast to Wedding Etiquette for Dummies! Sue Fox has written an exceptional guide for any bride-to-be preparing for her big day. As an etiquette instructor, this book is an excellent guide and reference tool that helps me with instructing my own clientele. Anyone will be able to delve thoroughly into step-by-step chapters or do a quick scan for valuable information that’s been carefully listed for fast, on-the-spot reference information.
    I love that Fox offers ceremony styles for brides of various cultures or religions and explains the “how to traditions” for each. It’s a fun and easy read, well organized, with great inside tips and information that can surely save the wedding day or situation. I recommend this book to any participant of the wedding and I will not hesitate to sell this book in my classes and offer them as a free give-away to my students!”

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