With June less than a week away, it’s the season for weddings. The custom dates to the Roman era when Juno, the god of marriages, was honored with her own month. June weddings were also practical in ancient times. Children conceived in that month would be born before the harvest, so mothers would be well enough to return to the fields.
While it might be too late to plan a June wedding this year, it won’t be long before June comes around again. Whatever month you plan your nuptials or whatever role you play, here are some books to browse:
I Do But I Don’t: Walking Down the Aisle Without Losing Your Mind
by Karny Wicoff
The Clueless Groom’s Guide: More Than Any Man Should Ever Know About Getting Married by Peter Van Dijik
Tie the Knot on a Shoestring by Leah Ingram
It’s Her Wedding But I’ll Cry If I Want To: A Survival Guide for the Mother of the Bride by Leslie Milk
Mother of the Groom: Everything You Need to Know to Enjoy the Best Wedding Ever by Sharon Naylor
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