Everyone who's gotten married knows how many "experts" are available to assist with flowers, catering, and bridal attire. But when it comes to music, brides and grooms are usually on their own. Often, they defer to the church organist for the ceremony and go with whatever band the reception hotel recommends.How to Set Your Wedding to Music will change all that. Renowned songwriters Barbara Rothstein and Gloria Sklerov have written a book that details everything couples need to know, from setting the right mood to matching the music to location. Filled with helpful tips and pages of workbook space, How to Set Your Wedding to Music not only fills a long-neglected niche in the wedding industry, but also does so with style and energy.Rothstein and Sklerov run through an enormous list of considerations, helping couples determine elements that will make their wedding day perfect. Live music or a DJ? Dance band or harpist? Music for church or beach? In a conversational and accessible style, How to Set Your Wedding to Music discusses all the options and even guides couples through budgeting and contracts.How to Set Your Wedding to Music includes a CD of traditional wedding classics. This long-awaited addition to the bridal market will become the must-have expert for couples who want to make their wedding day musically magical.
|Publisher:||Andrews McMeel Publishing|
|Edition description:||BOOK & CD|
|Product dimensions:||7.20(w) x 7.20(h) x 1.00(d)|
About the Author
Gloria Sklerov won Emmy Awards in 1995 and 1997 for wedding songs on The Guiding Light and Another World. In addition to being seven number-one international hits and 15 chart records in the United States, her songs have been recorded by artists such as Frank Sinatra, Dionne Warwick, Peggy Lee, Kenny Rogers, and many others.Barbara Rothstein became a professional songwriter after leaving a successful law practice in 1982. Her songs have been recorded by such artists as Bobby Womack, Melba Moore, and Kathie Lee Gifford. She has numerous film and television credits, including songs penned for the hit children's film Barney:The Movie. Both authors live near Los Angeles.