Well, when I first heard “anti-bride” I wasn’t sure what that meant. Someone who dislikes brides? Someone who doesn’t want to be a bride? No, apparently this is the bride who wants to do her own thing, contrary to the expectations created by society surrounding brides and weddings.
If you consider yourself an anti-bride, here are 3 books you might want to check into…
The Anti-Bride Guide: “The perfect book for anyone alienated by the high-brow wedding industry… fabulous advice and unusual ideas for those brides looking for more than the standard fare… Great insider advice on how to deal with any and all wedding eventualities (lipstick stain on your dress, caterer from hell, wedding day breakout)… For the bride who wants her wedding her way, this is the ultimate guide.”
Anti-Bride Planner: “The Anti-Bride philosophy is simple—it is all about you. Shattering preconceived notions of what society expects from a bride or a wedding, the Anti-Bride Wedding Planner features smart and sassy ideas, tips, and tools for brainstorming, planning, and enjoying the big day and beyond…”
Anti-Bride Etiquette Guide: “The essential, smart, and sassy etiquette guide for the not-so-traditional bride… feisty and straightforward… A riot to read and packed with bold illustrations, it walks the bride through everything from
invitations and seating arrangements to money matters and family feuds… sensitive advice for skillfully navigating sticky situations… For the bride who doesn’t want to sacrifice the wedding of her dreams or her loved ones’ feelings, Anti-Bride Etiquette Guide has the answers.
Take a look at the Anti-Bride series here!