RUTH BRENT'S BOOK OF PARTIES FOR THE BRIDE by Ruth Brent

RUTH BRENT'S BOOK OF PARTIES FOR THE BRIDE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Every conceivable kind of celebration -- engagement, shower, rehearsal dinner, bridesmaids' luncheon, and wedding reception --is discussed in detail throughout this tedious little book. Each chapter includes hints on etiquette, dress, ways of creating ""atmosphere"", and ""how to"" directions for making tablecloths, flower arrangements, and similar articles. The text is redundant and uninteresting, and, excepting several good recipes, there is very little to recommend this.

Publisher: McGraw-Hill