EVERYTHING FAMILY &
"Mother of Family Ideas"
and illustrated by Kas Winters
questions to ask, facility comparison charts, facility
& equipment information, planning a meaningful ceremony,
wedding traditions and ideas, all about attendants and more
64 pages, 81/2" x 11", plastic spiral binding
shipped within 24 hours
Note: This entire book in
included in the "Your Wedding, Your Way, Wedding Planning
Your Wedding, Your Way
With Your Wedding, Your
Way, a planning book by Kas Winters, your wedding planning is almost
as easy as filling in the blanks.
Articles about Marriage
Articles about Weddings and
Wedding Books and Planners
an awesome ceremony . . . just the way you want it to be.
Are you looking for
ceremony ideas? Winmark's book on Ceremony & Attendants
provides you with creative ideas, questions to ask, ceremony
alternatives, wedding traditions and contemporary options. Let
this book take you through planning the ceremony from the
words to the music to the etiquette for marching down the
It will also make it easy for you to choose a facility if
the ceremony will not be held at your church. Notes are
included on church weddings and religious wedding traditions.
Possible restrictions are listed so you won't have any
surprises. You will even have a shopping list of items for the
ceremony and a place to list all of the ceremony music from
the prelude to the postlude.
What are your attendants supposed to do? All the answers
are in this book. Save yourself stress and simplify your
ceremony planning with this do-it-yourself wedding ceremony
planner. You'll be glad you did.
wedding is only a day but a marriage should last a lifetime.
In order to accomplish that dreamed of lifetime relationship,
it takes some work from both of you. Believe it or not, part
of the work is play! Playing together makes love grow.
It builds warm and wonderful memories to get you through the
tough times that happen in every marriage.
yourselves! Use the springtime of new beginnings to set aside
special time for each other. Life only seems to get busier.
Make a regular date to play together, whether it's one night a
week or perhaps a morning just for the two of you
to share a special breakfast. Try a date other than a movie
and popcorn which has little interaction between the two of
you. Have a picnic in the park. Play miniature golf. Take a
hike or walk. Fly a kite. Listen to music together. Play a
board game or work on a jigsaw puzzle. Activities like these
contribute to a lasting relationship. Don't get so busy that
you forget why you fell in love in the first place.
From the author
When friends ask why I chose to
write a wedding planner, my response is simply that someone
should learn from my mistakes! As a graphic artist, executive
director and church administrator, I have been involved in
event planning for over 30 years. That includes everything
from the Arizona State Fair to conferences to business
meetings to church gatherings to children's events to family
parties, and, of course, weddings.
In addition to planning and
organizing events, I've designed special wedding invitations,
designed custom wedding jewelry, baked and decorated wedding
cakes, done flower arranging, performed in musical groups,
taken photos professionally and contracted with professional
photographers, worked with videographers to produce
presentations, sewn and designed formalwear, decorated for all
types of events and even worked for a caterer! Somehow wedding
planning seemed a "natural" direction to go.
For a book with wonderfully
for the Incurably Romantic®