Plan your wedding without the weight of outdated customs and get hitched in a way that is authentic, fun, and true to who you are.
“But you’re getting married! You have to!” - That empty statement is on the other end of everything from jaw-droppingly expensive dresses, staged proposal engagement photo shoots, and reception selfie stations. From the minute they become engaged, there’s a script that couples are pressured to follow.
By breaking down the antiquated traditions of that #blessedweddingday, this book will help betrothed pairs throw the icky bridal traditions to the curb in honor of getting the wedding of their actual dreams ― not the one we’ve been force-fed for decades by the wedding industrial complex.
Inspiring couples to plan their wedding in a way that is meaningful to them, The New Wedding Book debunks the “traditions,” makes sense of realistic budgets, offers brilliant advice from real-life couples, and confronts the crushing pressure for weddings to be perfect.
Michelle Bilodeau is a writer and guest speaker. Her work has appeared in CBC Life, Fashion Magazine, The Kit, Refinery29, Flare, and Canadian Living. She is currently the green beauty expert on The Social. Michelle lives in Toronto.
Karen Cleveland is a writer and marketer. Her work has appeared in Weddingbells, Today’s Bride, Fashion Magazine, Huffington Post, Toronto Star, and the National Post. She was the etiquette expert on the first season of The Social. Karen lives in Toronto.
|Publish Date:||April 20 2021|
|Author:||Michelle Bilodeau, Karen Cleveland|