Check out Altared: Bridezillas, Bewilderment, Big Love, Breakups, and What Women Really Think About Contemporary Weddings, an anthology of very smart, very funny essays.
Perfect for any bride-to-be.
From throwing a wedding on a budget to being pregnant at your own wedding to being subjected to the singles’ table for the gazillionth year in a row — Altared explores what’s it’s really like to throw a wedding today and how to find meaning in it.
The essays in this book are unconventional, honest, raw and real.
Twenty-seven true stories of “the most important day in a woman’s life.” And what that really means.
(Hint: they don’t mean a 10-carat diamond ring or a picture perfect day or any of that other stuff you’ll read in a glossy magazine.)
Altared = perfect gift for anyone planning a wedding this spring.
When I edited the book, I had just taken the leap of faith myself and finally said– what the heck, let’s do it!
Now it’s six years later and I have a few more thoughts on the process.
Next up: What I Would Have Done Differently at My Wedding