3 new wedding books you’ll want to read before the big day

These new books are perfect pre-wedding reading material…

 

BEST FOR… CEREMONY ADVICE

Humanist celebrant Tim Maguire has just released We Do! How to Create a Meaningful Ceremony in Your Own Words, packed with expert advice from the man himself as well as anecdotes from real couples on planning a personalised wedding ceremony.

There are tips on everything from the ceremony structure and writing your own vows to readings and symbolic gestures.

BUY | We Do! How to Create a Meaningful Ceremony in Your Own Words (£25)

Enter code WEDO20 to get it for the discounted price of £20!

 

BEST FOR… MUM OF THE BRIDE OR GROOM

One for mothers of the bride and groom, A Wedding in the Family by psychologist Annette Byford takes a deep dive into the complex emotions and scenarios that can arise after a son or daughter gets engaged.

Featuring interviews with real mums, the book follows the journey from engagement through all the different stages of wedding planning, taking a close look at common issues and experiences and how to process them.

BUY |  A Wedding in the Family (£11.99)

 

BEST FOR… GENERAL INSPO

Modern Wedding: Creating a Celebration That Looks and Feels Like You by Kelsey McKinnon is an image-led book designed to provide inspiration for all aspects of your day, from flowers to tablescapes.

With case studies of real weddings from different countries – such as a destination wedding in Tuscany, and a house party in Brooklyn – it provides a diverse flavour of celebrations to help inform your own wedding decisions, and has a bunch of practical advice too.

BUY | Modern Wedding: Creating a Celebration That Looks and Feels Like You (£20.99)

 

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