Emily Post's Wedding Planner for Moms
Countless mothers of brides and grooms have asked Peggy Post for a wedding planner just for them. Here it is! Whether you're helping a little or a lot, or—like most moms—are serving as combination coach, diplomat, and troubleshooter, this planner is packed with useful ideas, including:
Planning lists especially for moms
Questions to ask before hiring wedding professionals
Times when a mother's tactful advice is most helpful
A Resources section with worksheets for keeping track of guests, gifts, budget, and more
An Address Book you'll refer to again and again
Peggy Post will help you navigate finances, guest list, ceremony, and reception details; interact with your daughter's or son's future in-laws; and plan your role (including your outfit!) while making memories to last a lifetime.
Find our book on Amazon.com:Emily Post's Wedding Planner for Moms - 2007 publication
Check out Emily Post's Wedding Planner for Moms articles in our Etipedia:
- Tips for Mom: They're Engaged!
- Tips for Mom: Parents Meeting Parents
- Tips for Mom: Setting a Budget and Splitting Expenses
- Tips for Mom: Invitations
- Tips for Mom: Traditionally, Who Pays for What?
- Tips for Mom: What's a Mother to Wear? (Almost) Anything!
About the Author
Peggy Post, codirector of The Emily Post Institute, Inc., has written fourteen books on etiquette, including eight for children, which were cowritten with her sister-inlaw, Cindy Post Senning. Peggy is a nationally recognized authority on etiquette, and millions seek her advice through her monthly column in Good Housekeeping and her appearances on national radio and television, including Today, Dr. Phil, The Oprah Winfrey Show, and Good Morning America.