THE IRISH BRIDESMAID'S GUIDE

From the dress to the hen to the big day

By
Natasha Mac a'Bháird
The Irish Bridesmaid's Guide

This is your ultimate guide to everything you need to know and do in your new role as bridesmaid. From the dress to the Hen Party, and through the final countdown to the big day, this book has got you covered! With real life stories, this book is both entertaining and extremely helpful.

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Hardback:
120 pages
Size:
160x105 mm
ISBN:
9781788490443
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Congratulations – you’ve been asked to be a bridesmaid! Your friend, sister or relative is planning the most important day of her life and she wants you to be a special part of it – what could be nicer than that? You’re in for a lot of fun, laughter and happy times as you help her make memories she’ll treasure for the rest of her life.

But once the initial thrill of being chosen for this honour wears off you might be wondering what you’ve let yourself in for! How much is expected of you, and how can you be the fabulous bridesmaid your lovely friend deserves? Never fear, you’ve made the best start by picking up this book, which will guide you through this exciting, fun-filled and yes, occasionally stressful time.

This is your ultimate guide to everything you need to know and do in your new role as bridesmaid. From the dress to the Hen Party, and through the final countdown and the big day, this book has got you covered! With real life stories, this book is both entertaining and extremely helpful.

Natasha Mac a’Bháird is a freelance writer and editor. She is the author of the bestselling wedding planning guide, The Irish Bride’s Survival Guide. Her first two children’s books, Missing Ellen and Olanna’s Big Day, were both chosen for the White Ravens Collection. She is the author of three titles in the My Ireland Activity Book series and two Star Club titles: Hannah in the Spotlight and Starring Meg.

this book is a must for anyone who has been asked to be a bridesmaid this year, it covers everything from the dress, to the hen party, to the big day … One of the tips you give in the book, I thought was very sweet, to collect souvenirs on the day for the bride … It’s a terrific little book … a wonderful book

The Patricia Messenger Show on Cork’s C103

Some people love the idea of being a bridesmaid, some people dread it. But, no matter who it is, I think The Irish Bridesmaid Guide is just the perfect little handbook … a nice little handy book, because it is small enough to fit into your handbag so you have it with you at all times … practical parts of it. You have the bridesmaid’s countdown, you have the hen part countdown, you have the emergency kit you should have with you, and budget planners. It’s very practical and quite funny as well, very wittingly written 

Maria McCann, WLR FM’s Morning Show
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