11th out of 161 books — 28 voters
The Budget Wedding Sourcebook
Presents money-saving techniques for making the most out of the wedding budget. From choosing a location to ceremonial decor, this book shares ideas, hints, and examples to help the bride and groom have the wedding they want at a price they can afford.
Paperback, 326 pages
Published March 1st 2000 by McGraw-Hill
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The format of this book was not my favorite. It had a lot of information to read and then it would paraphrase all these points at the end of the chapter. I found it far more useful to just skip to the end of the chapter than bother with the longer sections. The ideas in this book seemed a lot more pricey to me than the other "bargain" wedding books- maybe that's why it says "budget" in the title instead. It did have a lot of prices listed (good jumping off point) and the resource list in the bac...more
I was just talking about weddings and I thought of this book. I would really recommend this book to anyone who is going to plan a wedding. I loved the first few chapters because it helps you make decisions and set priorites. It saves you money by helping you set your wedding goals and gives tips about where you can cut without anyone knowing the better. A must-have for planing your own wedding.