Going to the Chapel by Signature Bride editors

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Black brides face a wide range of choices when planning their weddings--whether they're following old traditions or creating new ones. The editors of Signature Bride, the only bridal magazine targeted to the Black market, have specialized in offering choices, ideas, and inspiration to today's women of color--and now they present a beautiful wedding guide that covers the process, from engagement to the Big Day. With a smart style and a lively tone, Going to the Chapel not only discusses the basics of invitations, meal planning, music, and other practical details, it's also filled with sixteen pages of beautiful color photos and more than 140 black-and-white photos and line drawings; tips from Black designers and other experts (including the supermodel Iman); and warm, witty advice on how to make the very best of that very special day. Whether the bride prefers a wedding that reflects her culture, history, and faith, or a creative, make-your-own-rules bash--or a little bit of both--this is the guide that explores the options...and helps her create the day of her dreams.

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Published December 28, 1998 by Putnam Adult. 304 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Self Help, Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Education & Reference, Parenting & Relationships, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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