Planning a two-bride wedding means twice the beauty and twice the stress, and with a shortage of inspiration and guidance for the modern lesbian bride, this is the book for the next generation of women planning same-sex weddings. 2Brides 2Be is a wedding guide for the bride who exudes youth and style no matter what her age, who is inspired by innovation, and who wants to marry the woman of her dreams and do it her way. She is a visionary who is up to the task of blending tradition and rebellion, but she is looking for some practical wedding planning advice. She will find it here. Author Laura Leigh Abby shares her own experiences navigating the world of lesbian wedding planning with a sense of humor and a dose of sass. She has advice on everything from the logistics of walking down the aisle to wording the invites, and she’s not afraid to throw all the rules out the window. With input from wedding industry professionals, 2Brides 2Be will enlighten brides on booking vendors, wrangling family and pulling off the wedding of her dreams.
A Perfect Event: Inspired, Easy Elegance for Every Occasion: Grocery to Gorgeous Recipes, Stylist Secrets, and Affordable DIYs
Step inside and join author and celebrity party-planner Debi Lilly inside her favorite parties-from east coast to west coast, and from celebrity clients to the girl next door. In her little black book of party planning tips, tricks, and stylist secrets, she shares all of her favorite shortcuts, DIY party ideas and food stylings. These grocery-to-gorgeous chef-inspired recipes are plucked straight from every single party menu. In A Perfect Event, Debi shares her secrets to easy, elevated, inspired and affordable celebrations-regardless of your budget. And once you try them, you will be hooked, and you will learn to make memories with friends and family for any occasion. A remarkable talent, Lilly is committed to the personalization of every event and prides herself on being involved in all aspects of her events, from custom invitations and floral design to the gifts and photography. In addition to her business acumen, she deftly balances a demanding career and a growing family. Known and recognized as a premier event and wedding planner, she continually serves as an industry expert for such publications as InStyle magazine, Martha Stewart Weddings, Bride’s, Modern Bride, Bridal Guide, and The Groom’s Guide. She has appeared numerous times on The Oprah Winfrey Show and ABC 7 News Chicago. Founded in 1996, her company designs events, flowers and invitations for several high-profile clients and companies including Oprah Winfrey, Brooke Shields, Debra Messing, Cartier, Leo Burnett, Starcom, McDonald’s and The Symphony Orchestra, among others.
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Does anyone else feel this way about marriage in modern society??
You spend thousands, withstand the stress of waiting, sending invitations to people you only see once a year (like an uncle who is douchebag complete) Then, after a long day of wedding preparation, which is supposed to be the highlight of their marriage, things go downhill from there. You ** ** Accidentally have sex with another woman, and she is unforgiving and merciless, and threatens to tear ass again with a divorce and if he wins, even more than spit recently broken your ass beat and keep children away from you. I think the concept of marriage is no longer applicable in the, consumer-driven Western modern society women who do not forgive infidelity and care about $ $ $ $ money divorce. It was accidental, because I thought it NO. So technically, no I am a cheat.
I agree. My wife accidently forgot to tell me that she stopped taking birth control pills. Women today want everything they do not feel like they are getting, is the husband of all the works. The love of money and possessions have been removed from the desire to be a wife and mother. Sorry is the way to the theater. Just listen to some of the music heard today's woman, or television programs they watch. Incredible to me that "Sex in the City" grossed out "Indiana Jones "at the box office this weekend. When I left the theater last Friday, the line to see" Sex in the City "was like a casting for" Amas desperate house "to the desperate looks on their faces. God help us.