THE IRISH BRIDE'S SURVIVAL GUIDE

By
Natasha Mac a'Bháird
The Irish Bride's Survival Guide

So you are getting married, and you want the Big Day to be perfect? Well, look no further! The only up to date guide to getting married in Ireland - this book has it all!

Fully updated edition containing brand new material

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304 pages
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216x135 mm
ISBN:
9781847176424
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So you are getting married, and you want the Big Day to be perfect? Well, look no further.

Based on her own wedding experience and the collected wisdom of other Irish brides, and the odd groom, the author will take you through every stage of this happy process -- from the proposal to the honeymoon.

The complete guide to planning and hosting your wedding day in Ireland. This comprehensive guide will help all brides-to-be to get through the organising and preparation for their big day, and contains sections on:

  • Who does what
  • How much
  • Dress to impress
  • Church or civil, home or abroad
  • Legalities
  • Rings and things
  • Cakes, cars and photos
  • Hen parties to honeymoons
  • Tips from other brides
  • ‘How to beat the stress’ hints
  • A chapter especially for the groom (by the groom)
  • Countdown from engagement to 'I do'

Fully updated with recommended websites, including those for budget-conscious brides, new celebrity wedding stories and hints and tips.

Humorous and easy to read, this book will make your countdown to matrimony as easy as falling in love!

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 and her latest book is The Irish Bridesmaid's Guide. Her first two children’s books, Missing Ellen and Olanna’s Big Day, were both chosen for the White Ravens Collection.

'A must-have for anyone planning their big day. Comprehensive, it's fun and easy to use'

Evening Herald

'The wedding Bible to all those couples on the path to marriage'

Sunday World

'Clever bridesmaids will hand stressed-out brides The Irish Bride's Survival Guide'

Image Magazine

'Whether you're tearing your hair out over feuding relatives, dresses that look like meringues, the expense of ice sculptures, or if you're just looking forward to a fun day out with family and loved ones, then this book should be perfect for you.'

Evening Echo

'A wedding coordinator is beyond most budgets, but even the most modest nuptials could benefit from The Irish Bride's Survival Guide.'

Sunday Tribune
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