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#52: Chicken Soup for the Soul Here Comes the Bride

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Here Comes the Bride will amuse, encourage, and excite any future bride or newlywed with its stories above love, romance, and the big day. A great gift for bridal showers, engagements, and weddings.

The wedding day, and each day leading up to it, is a special and exciting time. In this collection of 101 heartwarming and hilarious stories, brides and grooms, families and friends share their memories of the big day. With stories about everything from the proposal, to the planning, to actual wedding day events, the honeymoon, and all the joys and frustrations in between, this book will delight and encourage any bride or newlywed.

  • Paperback: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Chicken Soup for the Soul (May 15 2012)
  • ISBN: 9781935096849

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Review:
With my wedding coming up on Sunday, there was no better time to be inspired by this book. Reading stories of engagements, the wedding, and married life, helped inspire me and ignite the excitement that was already beginning to brew. 
Even if you are not getting married, this book is filled with stories that will remind you all about love. I felt connected to so many of the stories and was beaming by the time I reached the end. 
So many of you romantics will hopelessly enjoy this anthology of stories just like I did. Now is the season for wedding bells, so read on!

5/5

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  1. How appropriate! Congrats to you this weekend!

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  2. Sounds like a fun read and congratulations on you marriage, that's fantastic. All the best for your future life together.

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  3. Congratulations on your upcoming wedding! Best of luck as you begin your new future together!!

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