What bride hasn't faced one (if not each) of the following?"We're planning the wedding with both sets of parents, but the mothers are feuding over everything. Should we 'fire' them?" "Several of our long-distance relatives have written to us about the wedding, and we weren't planning on inviting them. How can we break the news?" "We've received several response cards where guests wrote in that they're bringing their kids. Should we fight it or just plan a kids table?"Wedding stress comes not only from big budgets and big to-do lists, but also from the universal phenomenon that the people around the bride and groom seem to lose all sense of decorum. "The Bride's Diplomacy Guide" offers pensive brides and grooms real-life scenarios that give them actual dialogue to confront and manage these sticky and sometimes relationship crushing scenarios. It's the book couples need to preserve their relationships, long after they say "I do".
Sharon Naylor (Madison, NJ) has been named "The Most Prolific Wedding Author in the Country". Sharon has written for many publications and is the author of more than 30 wedding books, with sales of more than a quarter of a million copies. She can be reached via www.sharnnaylor.net.