Item description for Where to Seat Aunt Edna? And 500 Other Great Wedding Tips (Hundreds of Heads Survival Guides) by Harriette Rose Katz & Besha Rodell...
Where to Seat Aunt Edna lets those who've already made the mistakes and endured the big day disasters --- 634 of them --- explain the "we do's" and "we don'ts" involved in pulling off a dream wedding. From that fateful announcement of intentions, fixing the guest list, and choosing the bridesmaids' dresses, to writing the vows, figuring out those mind-numbing seating arrangements, and testing out the band to avoid any karaoke-ish embarrassments, there's not a wedding dilemma that hasn't been encountered, retold, and solved somewhere in this ideal engagement gift.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 5.75" Height: 8.75" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Release Date Feb 24, 2006
Publisher Hundreds of Heads Books
ISBN 1933512024 ISBN13 9781933512020
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Reviews - What do customers think about Where to Seat Aunt Edna? And 500 Other Great Wedding Tips (Hundreds of Heads Survival Guides)?
JUST what I needed! Mar 5, 2008
I am getting married in just a few months and needed a guide to answer some basic questions. This book was easy to read and gave me so many great ideas that I now feel ready to plan and execute a personal, fun wedding day. The advice was right from the people who had "been there" and their hindsight went a long way in making me feel better about the decision I was trying to make. I highly recommend this book
A+ for "Aunt Edna"! Feb 13, 2007
I thought this book was a great one! I was a bit unsure about consulting a wedding planning/etiquette book but I highly recommend "Where to Seat Aunt Edna and 500 Other Great Wedding Tips". Everything in the book made me feel more sure that I'll be able to handle the responsibilities of planning my wedding with ease. This would also be a great gift for a recently-engaged couple.
fun and helpful Mar 29, 2006
how many people can say they ordered a divorce book at the same time as a wedding book?! : ) i decided to go for both (since i'm getting re-married this winter!). i was too young the first time and didn't know what i was doing... so decided to get some books on planning a wedding this time! i like this one. it's an easy read and has lots of good tips/stories.
Another good one Mar 24, 2006
I just got 'How to Survive the Real World' for my brother and saw that it's published by the same guys who worked on this wedding survival book. I'm getting married and I know this book will help since all of these guides offer hundreds and hundreds of witty and practical tips from people who have 'been there, done that'. One tip I read - not to invite out-of-towners who you hope won't make it - is SO true. That happened to us and it's a bit of a sticky situation!