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Lach, Pamela A.Lach, Pamela A. | Alt 1
Lach, Pamela A.Lach, Pamela A. | Alt 1

Pamela A. Lach

Pamela A. Lach is the author of The Bride's Etiquette Guide: Etiquette Made Easy, The Bride to Bride Book, The Groom to Groom Book, and Newlywed: A Survival Guide to the First Years of Marriage.
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The Bride's Etiquette Guide
The Bride's Etiquette Guide (4 Formats) ›
By Pamela A. Lach
Trade Paper Price 10.95

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Published Apr 2009

For every frazzled bride who is overwhelmed by all the questions she must answer and befuddled by the countless decisions she must make, this handy, practical guide is a lifesaver. Completely updated, this edition gives advice on today’s complicated wedding issues such as How can I let guests know about my wedding website? When should I mail save-the-date cards? and How do I seat divorced and remarried parents at the ceremony and reception? Designed for ease of use, this guide provides accesible answers to bride-to-be questions and explains how to adapt traditional etiquette to modern behavior. Covering a wide range of topics—from engagement announcements through the wedding reception and thank-you cards—it answers the most commonly asked etiquette questions and ensures a fun and stress-free wedding.
The Bride's Thank-You Guide
The Bride's Thank-You Guide (4 Formats) ›
By Pamela A. Lach
Trade Paper Price 8.95

Trade Paper, PDF, EPUB, Mobipocket

Published Feb 2010

Answering hundreds of questions about content, style, and etiquette, this guide will help newlyweds write thank-you notes that are both personal and appropriate. This new edition contains 60 sample letters highlighting the elements that should be included in each, discusses the appropriateness of e-mailed thank-yous, and features a new section on gift ideas for attendants. In addition to laying out the letter-writing "rules," this guide offers creative and helpful ideas to make each note warm and memorable, whether the thank-you be a special note for parents or an acknowledgement of a monetary, group, duplicate, or unusual gift. This invaluable resource also includes time-saving tips, stationery suggestions, a handy list of adjectives and descriptive words, and and a listing of helpful wedding websites.