Is there a correct time for the length of an engagement? Where do divorced and remarried parents sit at the ceremony and at the reception? May a bride who's been married before wear white?
A wedding is a tradition that never goes out of style; but times do change and today's traditional weddings are more complex than ever. Peggy Post, America's etiquette authority, tackles wedding questions both old and new in this indispensable, comprehensive guide to today's weddings.
Emily Post's Weddingscontinues to provide tried and true guidelines for planning (and enjoying!) your wedding from announcing the engagement, to budgeting for the ceremony and reception, to choosing the perfect caterer, florist, photographer and music. In this fully revised and updated edition, Peggy provides expert advice on contemporary issues including multicultural ceremonies, extended families, theme and destination weddings, the revival of old customs, and much more. Full of ideas for adding personal touches to your ceremony,Emily Post's Weddingswill help you create a unique and special event that you and your guests will never forget.
"You are at one of the most joyous milestones in your life. While stress may accompany both the big decisions and the little details, it shouldn't interfere with the sense of adventure and fun as you prepare to celebrate your love and share your joy. " Peggy Post
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Born in Washington, D. C., Peggy was raised in the Maryland suburbs of Washington and New Orleans, Louisiana, and graduated from Louisiana State University. She has worked for Chemical Bank and Merrill Lynch Relocation Management. Her positions at each of these companies required extensive public speaking, writing and traveling for business. Peggy has been married since 1979 to Allen Post, Emily Post's great-grandson, and is stepmother to Allen's two sons. Active outdoor enthusiasts, both Peggy and Allen enjoy skiing, golf and fishing.
Peggy Post represents a new generation of Post etiquette, assuming the role of author and spokesperson from mother-in-law Elizabeth L. Post. As America's etiquette expert, Peggy has provided advice through her monthly column inGood Housekeepingand her quarterly column in Parentsmagazine, through appearances on syndicated programs includingOprahandLive with Regis and Kathie Leeand in hundreds of newspapers and radio stations across the United States.
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