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Let There Be Love

May 14th, 2015 · No Comments · Books, City Library, Events, Main Branch

Let there be love.  And wedding planning books!

All the harsh winter snow mountains have melted away and finally, FINALLY, warmer weather is here! Bring on the visits to the beach, the 4thof July celebrations, the family barbeques involving Auntie Gail’s toxic potato and macaroni salad (it’s one dish, really!), and lastly, bring on the brides!

After binge watching episodes of “Say Yes to the Dress” and “I Found the Gown” you might be swirling down the drain of pre-wedding panic and subliminally channeling your inner bridezilla. But don’t fret! Consider stopping in and checking out one or two of the many wedding planning books we have here at the Manchester City Library! Here’s a small list of brand new books to lead you into the halls of wedded bliss!

A to Z Wedding Style by Kate Bethune. K is for killer heels and don’t forget, G is for the groom!

Style Your Perfect Wedding by the editors of Random House Publishing. This is a gorgeous book. So pretty it’s almost a qualifier for a coffee table book. The photographs are, well, gorgeous. Pick this one if you want some help with visual style and some quirky special touches at your wedding.

The Wedding A-Z : Everything You Need to Know—And Stuff You Never Thought to Ask by Linda Hampshire. Here are all the answers to every one of your burning bridal questions!

The Wedding Expert : 400 Things You Need to Know to Plan Your Big Day by Bettie Bradley. Only 400 things, you ask? After browsing this book, I suspect Ms. Bettie has covered every possibility with several contingency plans and you will be in good hands with this book!

Lastly, Matthew Robbins’ Inspired Weddings : Designing Your Big day With Favorite Objects & Family Treasures by none other than Mr. Matthew Robbins. Who could go wrong with a foreword by Martha Stewart and oodles of luscious photographs?

I hope these books will offer you some help and comfort in planning your big day. One thing of advice that I’d like to share is that no matter what kind of wedding you are planning, remember to keep your sense of humor throughout the whole process. That’s the best advice that I received and now I can share it with you.

Let there be love!

~Yvonne~

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