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The Everything Destination Wedding Book: A Complete Guide to Planning Your Wedding Away from Home (Everything: Weddings)

August 2, 2010
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Do you want to take a less-than-traditional route with your wedding? If the thought of having your wedding ceremony two blocks away bores you, The Everything Destination Wedding Book is your complete resource to planning a perfect wedding miles away-all while sticking to a budget! Wedding expert Shelly Hagen takes you from start to finish, planning elaborate details and making arrangements, such as: Choosing the right destination and climate for your wedding Assembling the guest list (does your second cousin need to be there?) Finding accommodations for your guests Planning the ceremony and reception Plus a section on adjusting to married life after your trip This enlightening and informative guide tells you the ins and outs of this new wedding trend, perfect for you as you struggle with the intricacies of your big day. With The Everything Destination Wedding Book, you can have your fantasy wedding-on a realistic budget!

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2 Responses to The Everything Destination Wedding Book: A Complete Guide to Planning Your Wedding Away from Home (Everything: Weddings)

  1. Kelly Mountain
    August 1, 2010 at 6:53 pm

    I found this book very helpful, especially when trying to pick a part of the WORLD to get married in and what factors we should consider. Unlike some other brides, I had not thought much about my wedding prior to getting engaged, except that I knew I wanted a destination wedding.
    This was my bible, especially for sticky situations like inviting kids, who is expected to pay for what, etc.
    I would recommend this book for people who are having a destination wedding outside of the U.S. And yes, you can find some of this stuff on the internet, but for me it was more handy to have in one book.
    Good luck!

  2. Corey A. Doyle
    August 2, 2010 at 2:48 pm

    For me, this book did nothing but waste my money. This book should have been entitled The Everything Destination RESORT Wedding Book because most of the information said “your resort should include…” I am not planning a resort wedding, and this book did NOTHING to help me. Save yourself the money, hit up the internet and do the research yourself. This book has nothing that you can’t – and won’t – find anywhere else. If you feel you need some book or magazine on destination weddings, pick up one of the many wedding magazines that are focusing on them rather than chucking out the cash for this. This book is especially unhelpful for those planning weddings within the continental US – just because it is still in the same country doesn’t mean it still can’t be a destination.

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