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Tying the Knot:
A Belvedere-Tiburon Library Subject Guide
Planning Guides and Etiquette
Working Woman's Wedding Planner by Susan Tatsui-D'Arcy
395.22 Tatsui D'Arcy 2000
Great Wedding Tips from the Experts: What Every Bride Can Learn from the Most Sucessful Wedding Planners by Robbi G.W. Ernst
395.22 Ernst 2000
How to Plan an Elegant Wedding in 6 Months or Less : Achieving Your Dream Wedding When Time is of the Essence by Sharon Naylor
395.22 Naylor 2000
Weddings : Best of Martha Stewart Living by Martha Stewart
395.22 Weddings 1999
A Perfect Home Wedding: inspirations for your special day by Kerry Eielson
Town and Country Elegant Weddings by Stacy Okun, ed. Town and Country
395.22 Town 2001
Where to Get Married: San Francico Bay Area : a Photographic Guide to the Best 100 sites
by Reena Jana
917.946 Jana 1999
Ceremonies, Vows and Toasts, Showers, Music and more...
Brides Book of Wedding Traditions by Arlene Stewart
Wedding Readings... Rituals on Love & Marriage selected by Eleanor Munro
Into the Garden : a Wedding Anthology... ed. by Robert Hass and Stephen Mitchell
Big Book of Love and Wedding Songs
782.42 Big 1992
Bouquets : a Year of Flowers for the Bride by Marsha Heckman
745.926 Heckman 2000
Flowers for Your Wedding Day by Diana Tonks
745.926 Tonks 1997
Weddings on the WEB
There are thousands of websites…here are some of the best.
Includes the following tools: City-to-City guides, a Wedding Gown Search, Message Boards, and a free Wedding Webpage for couples where they can share wedding details with their guests. Registration is required, but free.
Some of the best interactive planners in PDF formats, including questions to ask vendors, reception and ceremony schedulers, budgeter, entire wedding planner, and photograph list. Site also includes some interesting items: information for second-time brides, Bridal Shower ideas, and floral selection.
Of special interest- a compilation of marriage license information for all fifty states, wedding traditions from around the world with details regarding ceremony structure, a geographical listing of bridal shows and vendors, and an *Ask the Experts* feature where one can post questions to Etiquette, Tradition, Music, Wedding Consultant and Photography experts.
Provides the bride-to-be with planning resources, including: Your Organizer, Fashion, Wedding Shop, Jewelry, Registry, and vendors. Registration is required, but free.
Association for Wedding Professionals International