If you’re involved in a wedding, you’re no doubt familiar with the term “Bridezilla”. The phenomenon piqued New Yorker staff writer Rebecca Mead’s interest, and sent her on a three-year investigation of the $161-billion (yikes!) American wedding industry.
After interviewing wedding industry professionals and attending weddings in Las Vegas, Disney World and a wedding town in Tennessee, Mead exposes the moneymaking ploys around what’s meant to be the happiest day of our lives. Whatever stage you’re at in the plans, One Perfect Day sounds like a fascinating read.
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