The Knot Guide for the Mother of the Bride
A book to help Mum make her daughter's wedding day dreams come true. The Knot Guide for the Mother of the Bride explains the bridal planning process from start to finish, with special attention to the responsibilities of the mother of the bride, such as engagement announcements and parties, interacting with the groom's family and managing finances. Every aspect of the wedding tradition is covered from Mum's point of view, whether the etiquette of gift registries or how to organize a receiving line. Chapters on creating a wedding look and managing all the parties associated with the nuptials will make sure the mother of the bride has as much fun as her guests. Throughout, The Knot Guide for the Mother of the Bride gives tried-and-true advice for working in harmony with the bride, creating good relationships with the new son-in-law and his parents and keeping the rest of the family happy along the way. Written with warmth by wedding expert Carley Roney, this sweetly-illustrated hardcover gift book is a great self-purchase for Mums or a cherished gift from the bride to her mother.
- Hardback | 108 pages
- 154.94 x 205.74 x 17.78mm | 408.23g
- 16 Dec 2005
- CHRONICLE BOOKS
- California, United States
- 40 2-colour illustrations
About Carley Roney
Carley Roney is Editor-in-Chief and cofounder of The Knot, offering wedding advice through www.theknot.com, as well as the author of five books. As an expert on real-world weddings, Roney takes on weddings with the frank, easy manner and real-world know-how of a best friend who has been through it all before. She lays it on the line and guides to-be-weds through every step, from proposal ideas and meeting the in-laws to maximizing the budget and readjusting to life after the honeymoon. She has been featured in Vogue, Elle, InStyle, Cosmo and Glamour.