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.
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.
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.