Takes a humorous look at weddings from the point of view of the groom, including the engagement, planning the ceremony and reception, the wedding day itself, the honeymoon and the start of married life Warning: Do Not Get Married Without ...
Author: Anthony Marsh
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Takes a humorous look at weddings from the point of view of the groom, including the engagement, planning the ceremony and reception, the wedding day itself, the honeymoon and the start of married life
This attitude is further reinforced by men's magazines and the few books that
exist for grooms, books with titles like: The Groom's Secret Handbook: How Not to
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Author: Kamy Wicoff
Publisher: Hachette UK
Why is the stereotypical image of the bride before her wedding day that of a stressed, moody, indecisive, and frustrated woman cracking under pressure and snapping at everyone in sight? Why does being a bride feel like going through a second adolescence? And why, with the rate of couples seeking counseling for wedding-related debt doubling from year to year, do we continue to spend absurd amounts of money on this institution? Examining how the pressure to give into the crowd (mothers, mothers-in-law, caterers, dressmakers, bridesmaids, the groom himself) and the associated traditions (wearing white, being given away, being introduced as Mr. and Mrs. Groom) is sometimes at odds with the "progress" the bride and groom may have made on these issues in private, Kamy Wicoff answers these questions and more in this sure-to-be-talked-about look at the modern bride. Through poignant and funny personal experience, eye-opening conversations with other brides, and scholarly and popular research, she strives to find both the personal and cultural meaning of all the trappings and traditions-from the proposal to the ring, to the dress, and even the bachelorette party. Her insights will blow the roof off the proverbial wedding tent. Her passionate argument for conscious marriage will ring true to the thousands of women planning weddings every day. To keep our sanity, our integrity, and our relationships intact, Wicoff says, "the way we marry matters."
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Author: Joseph Tripician
Publisher: Joe Tripician
Extraterrestrials obviously have seeped into our consciousness. Finally, in a hilarious send-up of self-help manuals, Emmy Award-winning author Joe Tripician fearlessly tackles the whole spectrumaliens, UFOs, true believers, government deceptions and other things paranormal. Peppered with facts, conspiracies, opinion, and events too incredible not to be made up (but aren't).
The bride can be a bit outrageous and the groom as straight as an arrow and the
wedding will still be a smashing success . Let your ... If this kind of surprise seems
romantic to you , by all means keep your bridal outfit a secret . But such a style ...
Author: Judith Slawson
Publisher: Doubleday Books
Offers those contemplating remarriage advice on engagements, bridal showers, religious issues, invitations, prenuptial agreements, the ceremony, reception, and step-children
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Author: Rob Adams
Publisher: Entrepreneur Press
Explains how to establish oneself in a variety of home based businesses