Tamryn Kirby's Wedding Secrets

Tamryn Kirby's Wedding Secrets

Author: Tamryn Kirby

Publisher: Foulsham

ISBN: 057203217X

Category: Wedding etiquette

Page: 256

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Tamryn Kirby's approach is practical and hands-on and her inspiring advice guarantees to make the wedding everything that the bride imagined it would be. The book is full of great ideas, professionally tried and tested through more than 100 weddings.
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Pages: 256
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