A step-by-step system to help anyone organize and manage a wedding ceremony and reception of any size or complexity in any setting. Eleven easy-to-use, freely reproducible forms and simple instructions help account for every activity, visualize every moment, and plan for every detail so that the key date is set, the right venue is chosen, the guest list is created, the invitations are sent, the gowns and tuxes are acquired, the marriage vows are taken, the receiving line is orderly, the dinner courses are memorable, the toasts are enlightening, the speeches are short, the entertainment enjoyable, the dancing spirited, the cake cutting and other special ceremonies completed on time, without stress, and within budget. Part of a series of color planning books for individuals based on a similar philosophy and model that believes that preparations for projects are best built slowly over time and on the basis of notes recorded in an orderly fashion. The series currently encompasses such topics as cooking, events, dieting, gift giving, moving, travel, and weddings.
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Godfrey Harris has been a public policy consultant based in Los Angeles, California, since 1968. He began consulting after serving as a university lecturer, U.S. Army intelligence officer, U.S. foreign service officer with the Department of State, an organizational specialist in President Lyndon Johnson’s Executive Office, and as a program manager for an international financial company in Geneva. Because of his work as a planner in all of these career stops, he learned how to organize and manage a wide variety of undertakings and activities. As President of Harris/Ragan Management Group, Harris has focused the firm’s activities on projects that offer alternative solutions to matters of community concern. He has written more than 45 books on his own or with associates. He holds degrees from Stanford University and the University of California, Los Angeles.
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