How to Save Time and Money with Today's Best Online Resources
You know how demanding wedding planning can be.
Time, money, and energy go fast and are all in short supply.
But planning a wedding should be fun, not frantic.
Savvy couples are
putting a wealth of convenient resources to work for them, saving thousands
of dollars and hours of needless hassle.
The Internet—that technological marvel forever changing how we live,
work, and play—is creating today's new wedding planning frontier. Do you know about all
the latest shortcuts, discount bargains, and planning tools? They're yours for
the taking. And you don't have to be a tech-whiz to exploit them.
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Whether you're planning your own wedding or helping somebody
else, this book is all you need. Put today's best online
resources to work for you. Get current, expert advice and
make use of over one hundred detailed checklists and
worksheets. All in a beautifully designed, 480-page book
complete with photos, index, and companion website.
Early release copies are available now, and books are shipped immediately upon ordering.
Shipping is FREE for a limited time, so get your copy today and start taking control
of your time and budget.
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"Planning for the walk down the aisle is now easier than ever with
this complete guide that covers every stage of nuptials preparation,
including both traditional and internet-based resources".
—Spartanburg County Public Libraries Staff
Book Picks by GoUpstate.com, Nov. 2006
A HansonEllis.com recommended wedding planning book.
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Authors Now Featured on New Tech Blog
WedShare * Daily
Authors Crystal and Jason Melendez will be contributing articles on
wedding planning tech tips and chic inspirations at the all-new wedding blog
WedShare * Daily, starting in July 2009.
Check it out for all the latest and greatest online planning
resources, as well as a variety of wedding topics, guest expert columns,
and advice from other nearlyweds!
See bridal bargains that we have available here for our readers. You’ll
also find printable copies of all our worksheets and planning forms available
as .pdf downloads.
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Factor in the Regrets
Unless your guest list contains just an intimate group of family and friends,
expect around 20% of your invitees to decline your invitation. As they send in their
regrets, you may be able to invite some individuals you had to cut out originally.
It's okay to send such last-minute invites up to three weeks before the wedding.
After this point, invite those on your "wish-list" in person or over the phone.