You can have a wedding that you'll remember for ever - without breaking the bank. In this short, easy-to-read guide a professional wedding planner gives you the benefit of all her experience and advice on organising a fabulous wedding. Follow the checklists to find out how to deal with the hen and stag parties; the venue; drink and catering; cars and drivers; photographs; flowers; DJs; invitations; and - if you're the bride - The Dress! Use this book to plan your wedding and you will keep the romance in your very special day, without the stress and the costs spiralling out of control. In fact, you are likely to save hundreds if not thousands of pounds.Contents: 1. The hen or stag party; 2. Venue; 3. Catering; 4. Wedding Cake; 5. Car and chauffeur; 6. Photographer; 7. Invitations; 8. Decorations; 9. Flowers; 10. DJ and disco/entertainment; 11. Wedding dress and other clothing; 12. Task list for planning the wedding day; 13. Budget planner; 14. Liz's final tips for planning your wedding reception.
The Uses of a Wedding Planning Book Planning for a wedding can be one of the most hectic time for any soon-to-be married couple. The amount of time that is put into inviting friends, family, co-workers, bosses, and anyone else each party of the marriage feels like deserves to witness their matrimony can take a toll on their health and energy. By utilizing a wedding planning book, every aspect of the wedding can be functioned through simple schedules and appointments. The wedding planning book enable couples to organize their plans into writing, which allows them to see the big picture before actually hosting the event itself. It is very useful for those that are looking for a way to keep their wedding organized and functioned as according to plans.
James Otis Kaler (1848-1912) was an American journalist and author of children's literature. He used the pen name James Otis. He got a job with the Boston Journal when he was in his teens. Later, he went on to work as a journalist or editor for various newspapers, a superintendent at schools, and a publicity man at a circus. In 1880, under the pen name James Otis, he authored his first children's book, Toby Tyler; or, Ten Weeks with a Circus, a story about an orphan who runs away to join the circus. Following the book's success he went on to author numerous other children's books. After spending several years in the southeastern states, he returned to Maine to become the first superintendent in South Portland. His other works include Left Behind; or, Ten Days a Newsboy (1885), The Search for the Silver City: A Tale of Adventure in Yucatan (1893), A District Messenger Boy and a Necktie Party (1898), Messenger No. 48 (1899), The Minute Boys of the Mohawk Valley (1905), and Richard of Jamestown (1910).
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