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Wedding Book of the Week: Tie the Knot on a Shoestring by Leah Ingram

By admin on July 3rd, 2007 1 comment

shoestring.jpgWeddings are certainly expensive, but they don’t have to be. Mine wasn’t: it cost £700. Then again, it was rubbish, so if you’d like to have a not-rubbish wedding, but you haven’t got much to spend (and you’re not appearing on BBC’s The Big Day), then check out Leah Ingram’s Tie the Knot on a Shoestring for

– Advice on how to keep the cost of a wedding down without going cheap
– Ways to save money on attire, from the bridal gown and groom’s garments to the attendants
– Tasteful tips on how to save on the ceremonial site, the reception, flowers, decorations, music, entertainment, photography and video, and even the honeymoon
– Ways to save money by having a destination wedding instead of a wedding where you live

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  • Thanks for saying good things about my book. I think it’s the perfect book for frugal brides–or brides just looking to get more bank for their wedding buck. Thanks again.

    Leah Ingram

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