(Part 2) Top products from r/wedding

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We found 22 product mentions on r/wedding. We ranked the 238 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the products ranked 21-40. You can also go back to the previous section.

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u/AnnaCvV · 1 pointr/wedding

When I got engaged a friend gifted me this "Bride To Be" book: https://www.amazon.com/Bride-Be-Book-Memories-Proposal/dp/0307887987/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1485973215&sr=8-1&keywords=Bride+to+be+book

I thought it was lovely and sweet, so I gifted one to my friend who got engaged recently!

It's a book with fill in prompts meant to be filled out throughout wedding planning so you can remember everything when looking back! Kind of like a scrap book, but with more writing!

I also like to gift ring holders like this one because you can never have too many ring holders: https://www.amazon.com/Creative-Co-Op-Ceramic-Rabbit-Holder/dp/B00IMJB8JI/ref=sr_1_14?ie=UTF8&qid=1485973338&sr=8-14&keywords=ring+holder

u/halloguvner · 1 pointr/wedding

I'm currently reading Samantha Ellis's ["How to Be a Heroine"] (https://www.amazon.com/How-Be-Heroine-Learned-Reading/dp/1101872098) and loving it! It's a celebration of reading and growing up and being a strong woman. She talks a lot about heroines who choose loving, fun relationships and have inspired her.

u/egjg · 1 pointr/wedding

Try books!

I haven't read this one, but it looks promising: The Wedding Officiant's Guide: How to Write and Conduct a Perfect Ceremony.

I bought this one because FH & I are writing our own ceremony for our aunt to officiate and it's been really helpful so far: The Wedding Ceremony Planner: The Essential Guide to the Most Important Part of Your Wedding Day. Head's up, she does recommend at the beginning that you don't have non-pro officiants, but we just disregarded that. There's tons of details in there about planning a ceremony I had never thought of, and a ton of ceremony examples.

EDIT: Oh shit just realized you're 48 hours out from the wedding??? You can read those in browser or on a Kindle if you have one... good luck!

u/UntimelyOccurrence · 3 pointsr/wedding

Nora Roberts has a great series of books about 4 childhood best friends who run an all-in-one wedding business together. In each of the 4 books, the girls fall in love. It's the Bride Quartet series:

Vision in White
Bed of Roses
Savor the Moment
Happily Ever After

u/orangemitch · 5 pointsr/wedding

Thanks! It was tons of fun!

The flower patterns came from this book, and they are mounted to bicycle wheel spokes. Most are made from magazine cutouts, and/or painted. The wife found them to be a great way to spend her time in front of the TV!

Woo! Copy away!

u/Cheat2Lose · 3 pointsr/wedding

We bought a book of photographs of Cape Cod where we're getting married.

Each page has about a 1.5 each white border and there are about as many pictures as guests. We're asking each guest to pick their favorite and write us a message on that page. It'll make for a nice coffee table book, since the photos are beautiful and messages will make it even better.

u/agreensandcastle · 2 pointsr/wedding

I didn’t find much that isn’t condescending on Amazon. Or just a planner or notebook 🙄

My best advice is to make your own. Make a quick photo book with free stock photos and traditions. Place for questions and memories and such. Try to model it after your mother’s if you like it.


I do! I do!: The Origins of 100 Classic Wedding Traditions https://www.amazon.com/dp/0847824330/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_EHvyDbR9QD0BY

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/wedding

I definitely think it's worth it and that any couple can benefit from it. If you don't want to go the formal counseling book you could work through a book about marital counseling together. There's probably a good pre-marital counseling book out there, but my SO and I have been reading this and it's really great so far...it talks about why a lot of marital counseling fails and real techniques to make marriage work, and ensure that you and your partner are compatible.

u/geeliwan · 1 pointr/wedding

Our gay roommate got an officiant certificate online for free and was our officiant for our outdoor wedding. I wrote the ceremony. This is the book I used to write my ceremony for our wedding last year: http://www.amazon.com/The-Wedding-Ceremony-Planner-Essential/dp/1402203438

I borrowed it from the public library. It helped to set up what parts of a wedding ceremony I wanted to include, and then gave several examples of each. I did not have any references to god, no church music, no prayers. And you know what, no one cared (or at least didn't share their disgust to my face). Good luck!

u/tesafix · 1 pointr/wedding

I live in the UK and 4 out of 5 of my bridesmaids are in the US, so I bought them all a prosecco cocktail recipe book (Prosecco Made Me Do It) and wrote them a note inside the cover - something about how since I can't ship them a bottle of bubbly, this will have to do, and that I can't wait to celebrate and drink prosecco with them, etc. It was easy to order and ship in envelopes so not crazy expensive, even from abroad... Good luck!

u/Go_Bias · 2 pointsr/wedding


My fiancé's godmother bought me this book. It has every question, every to-do, every timeline and everything you could possibly overlook. I've found it to be the best, all-inclusive guide. Some of it is stuff that won't apply to every wedding, like outdoor tent wedding guides or destination weddings, but no matter what you're planning, it won't let you forget ANYTHING.

u/addywoot · 2 pointsr/wedding


I'm going with an archival ink pen.

How long did it take them to make and ship your guestbook? I'm getting close on time.

u/midnightjasmine1 · 4 pointsr/wedding
u/CandidCallalily · 1 pointr/wedding

Seconded! I read this and Budget Weddings for Dummies and meshed principles of APW with the practicals of the Dummies book.