9780345507167, Related ISBNs: 0345504143, 0345507169, 9780345504142, 9780345507167
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Synopsis: “Will you marry me?” is the question that starts the ball rolling, but as Evelyn McFarlane and James Saywell reveal in this entertaining book, there is much, much more to discuss.
Now the authors of the popular If . . . series present hundreds of fun and provocative questions to ask prospective brides, grooms, and anyone considering whether or not to take the matrimonial plunge.
If you could pick a theme for your bridal shower, what would it be? Your fiancé’s diary is left open on the night stand. Now what? If your wedding day or night could be as romantic as any film, which film would it be? You want all your out-of-town guests to have a little gift waiting for them at their accommodations—what do you give them? If you could have your dream registry, what and where would it be? You have someone in mind to catch the bouquet and the garter. Who is it? If you could go on a “money is no object” honeymoon, where would you go?
Guaranteed to stimulate lively discussion on issues ranging from flowers, entertainment, and invitations to wedding trends, fears, and faux pas, I Do . . . will prove to be the ultimate conversation piece.
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