There are four little books inside the sturdy cardboard housing. Each one chock full of ideas.
Whether you're writing your own vows and toast speeches or going for a more traditional route, the first book has you covered. Writer's block? With this little guide, you'll be on your way to writing Shakespearean sonnets for your betrothed.
The vows/toasts book is probably the best out of the set. We all get nervous when we're marrying, but this guide allows us to know what works and what doesn't so we avoid putting thing into our vows or speeches that would be inappropriate for a wedding ceremony. And we all want to sound brilliant!
Details is another book in this set. Everything from invitations to place settings, even thank you cards for afterwards. You'll find so many ideas to make your day unique!
Bouquets and Centerpieces are generally stressed about as well. Will the flowers match the color choices that were chosen, with they clash with the Bride's jewelry or makeup colors? All very important things, since the Bride needs to be the center of attention when she's walking down the aisle. The centerpiece ideas range from simple, to quirky, and even elegant decor.
Lastly, the book about CAKES! Yummy, I love a good wedding cake. My husband and I actually made our own and it was beautiful. The cakes in this series all look as if they're done with fondant, which is lovely, but it doesn't taste all that great. Luckily, a lot of them can be replicated without fondant if you choose a design from the book.
There are over 200 photo ideas in this set of books, and each one is worth its weight in gold if it makes your big day easier to plan! If you'd like a little more info on this book/books click here!
A little more on the author (Carley Roney and editors of The Knot) click here!
All in all, I think this is a handy set of books to have and I highly recommend them.
**I recieved these books from bloggingforbooks for review purposes. All opinions are my own.**