Itís Her Wedding But Iíll Cry If I Want To truly is a survival guide for the mother of the bride - and who has earned a survival guide more than those moms? This book addresses the sometimes unbelievable but crucial conundrums that a bride will present to her long-suffering mother.
When your daughter tries to decide whether to be married in the Art Museum or acquiesce to her husband-to-be who wants to get married as they are white-water rafting, you can only smile and nod, all the while wondering how this marriage - much less lifelong union - can possibly work with two such disparate participants.
Itís Her Wedding But Iíll Cry If I Want To takes an amusing look at the rigors of wedding planning, and who if not the mother of the bride can use some humor at a time like that? Actually, the book will also be enjoyed by the prospective bride and might (perhaps) curtail the inevitable differences of opinion - or at least keep them down to a low roar.
If you are married, getting married or know someone who is getting married, read this book for a small respite from all of the chaos.