All you need to make your special day perfectPerfect Readings for Weddings
is an anthology of the best poems, prose passages and quotations about love and marriage. Including everything from familiar blessings and verses to more unusual choices, it covers every sort of reading you could wish for. With advice on how to choose the right readings for the occasion and tips on how to ensure that everything runs smoothly on the day, Perfect Readings for Weddings
has everything you need to make sure the whole ceremony is both memorable and meaningful.
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Jonathan Law was born in Westonzoyland, Somerset, in 1961 and obtained his degree in English from Oxford University. Since 1989 he has worked as an editor at Market House Books, where he has contributed to numerous dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works. He is the editor or co-editor of European Culture: A Contemporary Companion
(1993), The Cassell Companion to Cinema
(1995), Who’s Who in the Twentieth Century
(1999), The Macmillan Dictionary of Contemporary Phrase and Fable
(2002), Oxford’s A Concise Encyclopedia
(2004) and A Dictionary of Business and Management
(2006). He lives in Buckinghamshire with his wife and three children.