Myrtle Beach, SC (PRWEB) February 12, 2009
You finally have that engagement ring. Now the real work begins. It's time to plan your dream wedding. The decisions ahead seem endless: Wedding flowers. Bridal attire. Invitations. Decorations. Where and how will you put together the biggest event of your life?
If you're a future bride living in South Carolina or you're planning to have a "destination" wedding within that state, life just became easier for you. The 2009 edition of the South Carolina Wedding Resource Guide will be available in July.
This paperback book is a blueprint for all things bridal. It's chock-full of advice and brimming with information on how to identify and contact the people you need to hire to make your wedding perfect.
Every professional wedding service provider worth considering is included in this 300-page lifesaver. That's because the best service providers have learned that the Guide is their best bet for reaching prospective brides. They clamor to get inside its pages and showcase their wares. The real winner? You.
It's a win-win situation for the Guide's advertisers and readers. Advertisers in the Guide reach a highly-targeted audience, and readers get easy access to critical information.
Need a caterer in Beaufort, S.C.? The Guide not only gives you contact information for caterers in that area, but provides you with a checklist of items to ask about.
Looking for a florist for your ocean-side wedding in Pawleys Island? The Guide has contact information for local florists, along with a list of key questions you'll want to remember to ask.
No detail, from the obvious to the arcane, is left out of the South Carolina Wedding Resource Guide. Each wonderful chapter offers tips and checklists to help you navigate the days leading up to your wedding and honeymoon.
How can you reconcile your wedding vision with your budget? Would a wedding planner really make life easier? How will the baker charge for your wedding cake -- by the piece or on the whole? What are the top 3 things that should be on your honeymoon checklist?
The Guide is especially useful for out-of-state brides planning a destination wedding within South Carolina. Each chapter addresses a key topic, then ends with a contact list of service providers for that topic. There's even a section called "Bride's Blue Pages" at the end of the book that is a directory of service providers organized by geographic area of the state.
Brides can find the Guide at Barnes & Noble or order it via online at http://www.theweddingbook.net for $9.95, plus $4.95 shipping and handling.
Some resorts and other service providers offer the Guide as an added bonus for brides who book their services. The Guide is available at a low bulk rate for suppliers who order quantities of 50 or more online at http://www.theweddingbook.net.
And, if you provide a wedding service and want to be part of the book, call 843-357-9332 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.