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The Conscious Bride's Wedding Planner
Sheryl Paul

How to prepare emotionally, practically and spiritually for a meaningful and joyful wedding.

New Harbinger
November 2003
On Sale: November 1, 2003
252 pages
ISBN: 1572243457
EAN: 9781572243453
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This book is designed to be both a source of inspiration and a practical tool. It guides you through the minefield of the prenuptial subconscious with an engaging series of exercises. Find solutions to your nagging doubts by creating personal rituals, holding structured conversations with yourself, and keeping a written journal of your experiences. When you’ve clarified your expectations for yourself, share them with your spouse-to-be and everyone else touched by your wedding.

The Conscious Bride's Wedding Planner offers brides a unique combination of practical and emotional help in the form of an excellent event-planning and organizational resource and provides expert support and advice from an author who has successfully counseled thousands of brides. Readers will be in good hands as they are provided step-by-step guidance from the engagement through the wedding ceremony and honeymoon. This case-bound hardcover book includes beautiful art, photographs, checklists, worksheets, a 12-month calendar, tabbed sections, a section for vendor contact information, and more! Sections cover setting a realistic budget, choosing a wedding location, creating a guest list, finding the right dress, ceremony ideas, and choosing food, flowers, and music. Paul also gives the reader tools for staying in sync with their mate throughout the planning while learning how to compromise. The Planner will also serve as a keepsake journal that can be referred to throughout the wedding experience.

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