Off course there is internet and is super easy to follow blogs for wedding inspiration but there is something special about owning a fantastic book too. Whether you carry it with you to places whenever you go to meet vendors to show them in written how exactly you want certain things or sit in your bedroom and just flip through the pages and relax, having a good wedding planning inspiration book makes your upcoming wedding feel much more real.

Written by planning pros and industry tastemakers, these guides hold all the expert tips and tricks you need to plan an amazing wedding. But don’t think they’re stuck in the past—today’s planning books speak to modern love too. These are top  wedding planning books for ultimate inspiration and to calm your anxiety and plan an efficient wedding. 

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Stone Fox Bride: Love, Lust and Wedding Planning for the Wild at Heart by Molly Rosen Guy

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Molly Rosen Guy, founder of boho-chic brand Stone Fox Bride, avoids frills and fuss and instead offers personal essays, raw photos and candid humor to celebrate the ups and downs of love and wedding planning. This book is written for the brides who don’t want to have a traditional wedding. Also, it describes weddings in the most real manner, so much so that when you are reading it feels you are part of the wedding. Brides, who want to plan something different and unique for their wedding should pick up this book. Surely win your hearts!

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Weddiculous: An Unfiltered Guide to Being a Bride, by Jamie Lee

 

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Reached a time when you have done enough of planning and enough of stressing, now what? It’s easy to get caught up in the anxiety of wedding planning, but Weddiculous will remind you to look on the bright side. Putting the madness into perspective, Jamie will walk you through the planning process step-by-step in a calm, realistic, and highly entertaining way. It includes helpful checklists, timelines, and suggestions on everything from what questions to ask vendors to how to handle difficult bridesmaids to what’s worth the extra cost (and more importantly, what’s not). Throughout, Jamie provides guidance on when you should trust your gut and when you may want to listen to others.

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The Wedding Book: An Expert’s Guide to Planning Your Perfect Day—Your Way by Mindy Weiss

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Having a low budget wedding? Pros and cons of destination wedding? Planning to personalise vows? Confused between tuxedo and dinner jacket? Food and drinks menu confusion? You name it and she has talked about each and every detail in her book. With more than 20 years of experience in the industry, Weiss has seen it all and leaves no topic untouched in her comprehensive guide. She tackles contract negotiation, budget stretching tips and even explains how to use Uber for guest transportation. This book a complete guide to each and every person with different tastes, preferences and budgets. 

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2Brides 2Be: A Same-Sex Guide for the Modern Bride by Laura Leigh Abby

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Two brides means double the beauty and double the planning stress. With less knowledge on modern love (lesbian marriage), this is the book for a generation of women planning same sex wedding. It is a wedding guide for brides who want to marry their brides irrespective of age, caste and off course gender! Anyone looking out for inspiration of how to blend the traditions and rituals along with modern twists and is rebellious at the same time, pick out this book. This book rather than just talking about fairytale wedding shall give you a reality and practicality check for how your wedding will turn out to be since the author gives insights into her struggle to plan her own offbeat wedding. 

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The Everything Groom Book: A Survival Guide for Men by Shelly Hagen

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With most of the guidance and inspiration and ideas all around the internet and books have been more about brides, this book is a contrast to it. Who said grooms aren’t stressed for their wedding? Because they don’t show it, it doesn’t mean they are without stress. It is a big day for them as well, they will also undergo few changes, mainly leave their bachelor life :p. While some may say that men have it easy gearing up for a wedding, today’s grooms seem to be finding that their brides actually expect a little help and enthusiasm along the way. This is the perfect handbook for grooms looking for that extra support on their wedding day.

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Go ahead and try to pick the book that you find more suitable for your wedding. If not buy, you could read these books on various online reading websites like kindle. 

Happy Reading!

 

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