Good morning and Happy Saturday folks! Hope everyone has some fun Halloween plans – I think I’m going as Little Red Riding Hood dressed up as a Pirate (it’s a long – and confusing – story). But anyway…
Due to my crazy infatuation with the wedding world, I’m always trying to find interesting books that I can recommend to my brides and I think I’ve found two that are worth a read. I know, I know! You’re busy with ALL that planning and stressing, right? Trust me, take a breather, and read these books. You’ll thank me for it.
By the way, these aren’t “sponsored” posts – the authors/publishers/whomever don’t even know that I’m writing this. It’s just my honest-to-goodness opinion.
The first book is Bridal Bargains: Secrets to Throwing a Fantastic Wedding on a Realistic Budget by Denise and Alan Fields. This book is full of different tips and stories that give you a “realistic” look at the wedding world. It makes for easy reading because (in my opinion) you don’t have to read it from start-to-finish. I often find myself picking it up and turning to a random page and reading it’s useful info.
Amazon’s ratings give it 4.5 stars with 372 reviews so it must be doing something right!
The second book is Offbeat Bride: Taffeta-Free Alternatives for Independent Brides by Ariel Meadow Stallings. This is a book I just recently purchased, but I’m enjoying it so far. You can also find the Offbeat Bride on Facebook where they are always featuring great articles and finds. Basically, this book is great for brides who dare to be different and are OK with thinking outside of the box. Those who are looking for unique and indie ideas… definitely a must-read. By the way, another 4.5 stars from 66 Amazon customers.
Have a great weekend everyone!