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I Do! : Inspiring Thoughts for New Brides

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. . . Love is something you can't live without-and why would you want to? Enjoy your wedding day, relish every part of it, and continue to live your life in the same way-as a celebration of each other." Offering thoughts on loving and being loved, patience, and experiencing married life to the fullest, I Do! will help ease the nervous mind of any bride-to-be. Lovely black-and-white images complement the book's witty yet practical advice on marital bliss. Author Jenny Clements provides such beautiful reassuring sentiments as: * If love is spontaneous, the day can be, too. * Your wedding day is about sharing your love with the people who are important to you. * Take pride in your wedding guests. They are a reflection of who you are. * On the day, you will be a princess whose fairy tale has come true. * Love lets you fly . . . tradition grounds you. Both are priceless. The light observations and striking photographs in I Do! will help instill a sense of confidence and encouragement when a new bride needs it most. It's the perfect gift for every bridal shower!show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 48 pages
  • 187.96 x 187.96 x 10.16mm | 317.51g
  • Andrews McMeel Publishing
  • English
  • Illustrations, unspecified
  • 0740758144
  • 9780740758140
  • 1,752,916

About Jenny Clements

Jenny Clements is a full-time latte drinker, partner to Simon, and mother to Abe and Samuel. She studied life drawing, then worked as marketing manager at a large architectural firm before having Abe and turning her creative talent to books. She has lived in England, Israel, and Italy, and she currently lives in Auckland, N.Z. "Mandela: The Authorized Portrait" was created by a team of award-winning writers, photographers, and researchers in collaboration with Mandela's closest living comrades from Robben Island, Mac Maharaj and Ahmed Kathrada. Among the narrative contributors are biographer Mike Nichol and three interviewers personally selected by Nelson Mandela: Ros Coward, Professor Tim Couzens, and Amina Frense.show more