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New Hampshire Weddings

Author: Rachel Hauck
Publisher: Barbour Books
ISBN: 9781597896290
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Three New Hampshire women live their lives on their own terms, each struggling with the need for change and fulfillment. Taylor hopes moving to White Birch will be the perfect place to regroup and refocus. Julie has to face the fact she will never have children and keep it from destroying her marriage. Elizabeth's ambitions have always led her to success, but they may keep her from true love.

Barn Weddings

Author: Maggie Lord
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
ISBN: 1423631668
Size: 63.49 MB
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Ideas, advice, and how-to for one of the hottest wedding styles A barn is a magical place for a wedding. Steeped in history and evoking the simplicity of a place that time has forgotten, the classic American barn has been an irresistible subject for artists, poets, and city folk alike. In Barn Weddings, Maggie Lord offers ideas and advice on how to create a barn wedding, including information on the different styles and décor as well as tips from the pros for making the day a special one to remember. Part indoor, part outdoor, but all beauty, history and romance, barn weddings are as practical as they are rife with opportunity for charm and creativity. Maggie Lord, a self-confessed wedding junkie since the age of thirteen, loves the romance and beauty of weddings. Passionate about rustic style and eager to share her discoveries and ideas while planning her own wedding, she started RusticWeddingChic.com, which serves as a daily muse for brides, couples and wedding enthusiasts, offering an online venue for idea gathering and inspiration. Lord lives in Connecticut with her husband, Jon, and their young son, Jack.

Rustic Wedding Chic

Author: Maggie Lord
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
ISBN: 1423630688
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Presents tips and inspiration for designing rustic wedding decorations, providing an alternative to traditional ballroom weddings and suggesting such non-traditional locations as country farms and backyard venues.

Lambert S Code

Author: Rachel Hauck
Publisher: Barbour Publishing
ISBN: 1620295865
Size: 30.27 MB
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After three years of medical treatment, Julie Lambert faces the irrefutable truth: She will never have children. Devastated, lost, and alone, she buries her pain by making several life decisions that threaten her relationship with her husband, Ethan. Ethan Lambert can't imagine a life without Julie. Yet, his marriage is failing and he doesn't know how to save it. Urged by his grandpa, Ethan launches a journey to understand the Lambert Family Code - submit one to another. Can Ethan and Julie overcome the loss of their dream and rediscover their love for each other? Will they learn to live by Lambert's Code?

Vogue Weddings

Author: Vera Wang
Publisher: Alfred a Knopf Incorporated
ISBN: 0307957063
Size: 13.62 MB
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Culled from the last five decades of Vogue, a sumptuous collection of 400 color and black-and-white photographs of weddings and wedding dresses includes images taken by such celebrated photographers as Irving Penn, Helmut Newton and Annie Liebovitz.

A Christ Centered Wedding

Author: Linda Strode
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
ISBN: 1433681137
Size: 72.60 MB
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Wedding planning has spawned a major industry. The average cost of the occasion now exceeds $25,000, and societal pressure to create the “perfect day” is so strong that even Christian couples forget what God originally intended for the sacred marriage ceremony. While paying attention to the good fun that follows that special proposal (the dress, the flowers, the cake, the gatherings, etc.), A Christ-Centered Wedding first serves as a guide to believers who want their wedding to portray the relationship of Christ with the church and to reflect the gospel to all in attendance. From the start, this thoughtful book looks to the Creator of weddings for guidance in planning by emphasizing the sacrificial love of the Savior more than the modern world’s idealistic view of romantic love. There are chapters filled with practical information about everything from pre-marital counseling and choosing a wedding location to other resources like a planning checklist and timeline, music suggestions, guidance on potential issues of conflict, a listing of traditional financial responsibilities, sample vows, and other great ideas from couples who have successfully put together a Christ-centered wedding.

Consumerism Romance And The Wedding Experience

Author: S. Boden
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230005640
Size: 46.76 MB
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In this fascinating study, Boden considers the changing social and cultural significance of the wedding in Britain. The book focuses upon a number of issues including the commercialization of the event, the dynamics of heterosexual partnerships, and the influence of romance. The new commercial wedding is further explored in relation to broader socio-structural transformations and the modernization of marriage law. This book draws upon the experiences of marrying couples as well as media evidence.

White Weddings

Author: Chrys Ingraham
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135928568
Size: 26.80 MB
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This is a groundbreaking study of our culture's obsession with weddings. By examining popular films, commercials, magazines, advertising, television sitcoms and even children's toys, this book shows the pervasive influence of weddings in our culture and the important role they play in maintaining the romance of heterosexuality, the myth of white supremacy and the insatiable appetite of consumer capitalism. It examines how the economics and marketing of weddings have replaced the religious and moral view of marriage. This second edition includes many new and updated features including: full coverage of the wedding industrial complex; gay marriage and its relationship to white weddings and heterosexuality and demographics shifts as to who is marrying whom and why, nationally and internationally.

New Hampshire Beer

Author: Brian Aldrich
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1625849621
Size: 46.41 MB
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In 1859, the legendary Frank Jones Brewery was founded in Portsmouth, paving the way for the booming craft beer scene of today. The surge of budding breweries is bringing exciting styles and flavors to thirsty local palates and neighborhood bars from the White Mountains to the seacoast. Join beer scholars and adventurers Brian Aldrich and Michael Meredith as they explore all of the tastes New Hampshire beer has to offer. They've scoured the taps at Martha's Exchange, peeked around the brew house at Smuttynose and gotten personal with the brewers behind Flying Goose and Moat Mountain. Discover, pint for pint, the craft and trade of the state's unique breweries, from the up-and-comers like Earth Eagle and Schilling to old stalwarts like Elm City and Portsmouth Brewery.