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A celebration of marriage for newlyweds that offers a year's worth of seasoned advice.
A perfect wedding gift for lovebirds tying the knot, The Newlywed Year offers 52 chapters of advice for building a love that lasts. Drawing on wisdom from successful marriages, the book delivers both humorous and touching tips for the newly married with chapters like "The Dog Question," "The Eight Second Kiss," and "Romantic Gestures."
Packaged in soft pastels and with a stunning floral cover, this book is as elegant as it is useful, making a wonderful addition to any couple's growing bookshelf. The Newlywed Year offers simple and useful advice for that first year of marriage while reminding you that marriage only grows sweeter with time.
• PERFECT WEDDING GIFT: Packaged beautifully and full of functional tips, this book makes a touching and useful gift for a newly wedded couple that they will be able to use again and again throughout their marriage.
• GREAT AMOUNT OF CONTENT: With 52 tips and pieces of advice, this book offers lots of helpful information that wedded partners can come back to long after they are no longer newlyweds. It touches on all aspects of a strong relationship, including ways to communicate better, tips for planning for the future, and fun activities to bring you closer, and will be useful for years to come.
• SEASONED ADVICE: The author is lucky enough to have enjoyed a long and happy marriage that continues to grow in love, and pulls examples from across their lengthy and successful marriage, as well as tips learned along the way from other successful marriages, to give solid advice that stands the test of time.
• Newlyweds and recently engaged couples
• Wedding planners
• Bridal shower attendees
• Cohabitating couples
About the Author
Jay Payleitner spent a decade in advertising in Chicago and has written more than 20 books, including 52 Things Kids Need from a Dad, 52 Things Daughters Need from a Dad, and What If God Wrote Your Bucket List? He and his high school sweetheart, Rita, live in St. Charles, Illinois, where they raised five awesome kids, loved on ten foster babies, and are cherishing grandparenthood.