Town and Country Wedding Vows and Promises
Sterling Publishing Company, 2008 - 143页
The first words may be most important--Will you marry me?--but that’s only the start. From announcing the engagement to creating the wedding invitations, from writing personalized vows to proposing toasts at the reception, Town & Country helps the bride and groom say it in style. Always with an eye to tradition and good etiquette, this guide offers advice and inspiration, and even a space to jot down clever ideas as they pop into your head. All the important questions are asked, and a range of possible answers suggested: How will you word your save-the-date cards? Will you create a wedding website? What lyrics, novels, poems, and quotations move you and have meaning for your relationship? Elegantly designed, with a ribbon marker, this will be a book the happy couple will treasure.
Foreword by Pamela Fiori
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