This is an excellent 1st step for an engaged couple who wants a basic american wedding.
The dvd is very good quality-production wise. A little infomercially but solid advise is given & this with the accompaning book can give the newly engaged some boundaries to corral their ideas in.
I was impressed with how Sally explained the importance of communication to the guests so people can support the bride & groom with enjoying the day's functions in the manner the wedding couple wishes.
The handbook reinforces what is said on the dvd & could be the primary planning tool for a wedding.
All that being said, a compassionate 1st sgt could make the same dvd/handbook set up because when you get to the heart of her message it is: logistics, budget, movement of troops in a timely manner, & execution of a mission.
I checked this out of the library because a dear cousin is getting married & it got me thinking about weddings I've attended in the past & what worked & what didn't.
In my limited experience as attendee, bridal party member & instant photo guest book minder, I've enjoyed almost every wedding I've been too, however I've noticed the more chaotic the day the more likely the couple has divorced by now & again I think it comes to the basic principal of communication.
If the perspectives vs reality isn't addressed before the wedding day by the couple...what is going to magically change after they sign the dotted line? Also I've notice when the groom has little input or his input is discounted, those weddings although fun usually don't result in happy marriages.
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