Cherny has performed hundreds of ceremonies in the past 15 years. Readers may find their own weddings described in this book.
In addition to the interesting and unusual weddings included, the author gives advice on such subjects as: -- allowing the photographer to take pictures during the ceremony, -- determining the best age for children to participate in the procession, -- deciding what to do when there is a death in the family shortly before the wedding date, and -- dealing with feuding in-laws.
Anyone who has ever been married in the past, is married now, contemplates marriage in the future, or has ever attended a wedding, will enjoy reading this book.
Naomi Cherny, Justice of the Peace for the Commonwealth of Massachussets, is an educator, counselor, Red Cross volunteer, and member of Mensa. She has three children and four grandchildren.