Gay wedding planning books
Planning your own wedding may be a respectful way to honour your loved one, but there’s a reason why so many couples opt to enlist the services of a wedding planner – it can be a nightmare! That said, if you want to tackle the mammoth process yourself, best be sure that you have the right resources, and there’s no better place to start than with a decent book.
While there are a vast number of gay wedding planning books on the market, very few make the grade. From getting through the (almost) traumatic build up, to ensuring everything runs smoothly on the big day, these three books will give you a highly detailed insight into the procedures. If you don’t feel confident enough to do it yourself and want the help of the experts, then book a free consultation with a wedding planner.
The Gay Couple’s Guide to Wedding Planning: Everything Gay Men Need to Know to Create a Fun, Romantic, and Memorable Ceremony
Written by David Toussaint, The Gay Couple’s Guide to Wedding Planning covers everything from revealing the news to disapproving relatives to writing those all important wedding vows. This book is perfect if you want a simple and practical guide that’ll take you through each and every step of the journey. It also features over 100 colour photos and a number of inspiring true stories chronicling the experiences of others.
Getting Groomed: The Ultimate Wedding Planner for Gay Grooms
Getting Groomed is more of a wedding organizer than a book and is geared towards the celebration itself rather than the politics. It’s packaged in a ring binder that provides a vast array of information along with worksheets and pockets to house important details such as phone numbers and contracts. This planner is the ultimate resource that’ll ensure the organisational aspects of your wedding run as smoothly as possible.
Capturing Love: The Art of Lesbian & Gay Wedding Photography
If there’s one element of your wedding that’ll be immortalised for life, it’s the photos, and you’ll only have one chance to get them right. The poses that wedding photographers have been trained to use, however, aren’t always suitable for gay weddings. Thea Dodd and Kathryn Hamm’s Capturing Love, features the work of 38 of the best same-sex wedding photographers in the industry, allowing you to plan this very important aspect of your wedding with close scrutiny.
While an asset by themselves, together these three books will contain all of the information you’ll need to ensure you leave no stone unturned. However, if you want to guarantee success then you should hire a wedding planner, so book your free consultation today.
If you are a wedding supplier you should have a look at this:
A Guide to the Gay Wedding Industry in the UK
Written by our very own gay wedding expert Petra Truneckova, this guide covers everything UK wedding suppliers need to know and do to enable them to enter the LGBT sector. A Guide to the Gay Wedding Industry in the UK.