Wedding Babylon - Imogen Edward Jones Reviews
Description:ISBN 0552156930 / Paperback: 384 pages / Publisher: Corgi / Published: 13 May 2010
Newest Review: ... bad about peoples weddings, but i genuinely thought it would be told from the bride (or grooms) point of view. How it is ... more
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by - written on 22/02/13 (Very useful, 81 readings)
A few months ago now, my sister had decided that she was to set the date for her long awaited marriage to her long suffering partner (though has since had to postpone it for a while!), and in doing so decided that as her big sister i was to be matron of honour (a big honour, with a silly sounding title!). I wanted her to have some silly wedding related stuff to get her in the planning mood, so purchased a few things, a planning pad, a sparkly pen and this particular book, though in hindsight this could be part of the reason she postponed it! Lol! The book (when i first looked at it!) was going to be horror stories, good and bad about peoples ... Read the complete review
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