1001 Wedding Ideas:

Review: New Wedding Books

July 3, 2013
Words by Alicia Clark
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There are so many resources out there with wedding advice that at times it can seem totally overwhelming. Not to worry, Destination I Do to the rescue to find the best of the best so you can spend less time worrying, and more time planning for the big day. We’ve recently come across two books which will make organizing your wedding easy and fun. Our first find, 1001 Wedding Ideas: The Ultimate Resource for Creating a Wedding No One Will Ever Forget is an absolute must for all recently engaged couples. Author and wedding-expert Tricia Spencer offers only the most unique and fun ideas in her work. This book has everything you could possibly need and covers all the bases from themes, destination wedding tips, locations and ceremony ideas, to reception activities, stationery, gowns, rehearsal dinners and so much more! One of the highlights of 1001 Wedding Ideas is the special chapter dedicated to preventing and fixing any problems which may arise on W-Day.

For all our DIY-divas out there, keep your eyes open for The Handcrafted Wedding: 300 Fun and Imaginative Handmade Ways to Personalize Your Wedding Day by Emma Arendoski. Emma Arendoski is the owner of the ever-useful website Emmaline Bride: The Wedding Guide for a Handmade Bride. This do-it-yourself bible provides readers with step-by-step instructions on how to personalize just about every aspect of your wedding. With The Handcrafted Wedding, you can learn to personalize your dress, stationery, decorations and even vows! The Handcrafted Wedding will have your guests asking themselves, “How in the world did they do that?”

Pick up your own copies of 1001 Wedding Ideas and The Handcrafted Wedding today!

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