Preston Bailey's Fantasy Weddings Reviewed
By Robert Trefault Dec 9, 2004, 17:43 GMT
The book’s purpose is to encourage would be brides to plan their own wedding using Bailey’s designs, or at least grasp the concept of each layout. The photographs are extravagant and detailed and make great use of lighting. The book does however describe fantasy weddings and as such makes it difficult to cater to those less monetarily fortunate. There are examples of weddings performed in tents designed and built to replicate cathedrals and great meeting halls. These include floral arrangements that resemble great rain forests and flower shows.
Once the common person realizes that the designs are for extravagant type wedding often found in the Hamptons the thought of having such a wedding is destroyed. With such great designs and structures, it is not even feasible to use the same concept without degrading the beauty of the book. The book is well written and greatly illustrated but can only appeal to a very wealthy audience.
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