How to Take the WE Out of Wedding (and Other Useful Advice)



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Laura Willcox


The first book from Upright Citizens Brigade comedian Laura Willcox, I AM BRIDE is a hysterical spoof of all the lavish, ridiculous, and stressful things a bride deals with when planning her BIG DAY.
**As seen on The New Yorker SHOUTS and Refinery29!**

In this bridal gag gift, Laura Willcox writes in the voice of an overbearing, outrageous wedding planner, covering all aspects of a wedding – from the moment of engagement (hopefully with the ring you’ve been not so subtly emailing him about for months), all the way through the final minutes of the big day. Accompanied by Jason O’Malley’s humorous illustrations, Willcox offers tongue-in-cheek advice for every wedding-planning moment, whether it’s dreaming up the perfect wedding-weekend hashtag, planning a gift registry to make everyone jealous of your fabulous lifestyle, or figuring out how to distance yourself from the poor, unfortunate souls who didn’t make the cut for your guest list.

Laura Willcox’s refreshing take on all things bride will turn tradition on its head, and have you rolling your eyes and reading passages out loud to your engaged (and married) friends. This funny book is a perfect gift for the friend who can’t stop pinning to her dream wedding board, bridezilla-to-be, or any bride who would benefit from a much-needed break from the stress and madness of wedding planning.

Additional information

Weight 328 g
Dimensions 13.8 x 17.9 cm
Publisher name ABRAMS
Publication date 1 February 2017
Number of pages 160
Format Hardback
Contributors Illustrated by Jason O'Malley
Dimensions 13.8 x 17.9 cm
Weight 328 g


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Laura Willcox is a writer, actress, and comedian living in New York City. She performs weekly at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre and has appeared on MTV’s Hey Girl, Comedy Central’s Inside Amy Schumer, and UCB’s Trying, and has written for Girl Code, Cosmopolitan, and more.