The Guide to Getting Married in the Canadian Rockies
Jasper EditionBook - 2004
This is the first-ever guide to getting married in the Canadian Rockies. Filled with how-tos, timelines, and lots of local information, it is the step-by-step guide from "I will" to "I do." The guide is laced with tidbits and practicality as only a girlfriend can give. If you, or someone you know wants to get married in Jasper, this is the only book you will need.
Please join the author for the book launch of The Guide to Getting Married in the Canadian Rockies: Jasper Edition at the Jasper Visitor Information Building, a historical landmark and UNESCO World Heritage Site. The launch take place on May 22nd from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM and will be hosted by the Friends of Jasper National Park.
A Toast to New Bride's Guide
Jasper, Alberta - Local author Jennifer Paltzat takes you from "I will" to "I do" in her new step-by-step girlfriends guide to getting married in Jasper National Park. The Guide to Getting Married in the Canadian Rockies - Jasper Edition. The guide is full of tidbits and practical advice to plan intimate weddings for two to lavish affairs for hundreds.
Jennifer Paltzat has been to the school of been there and done that when it comes to planning a wedding in Jasper National Park. She has helped many clients achieve wedding memories to last their lifetimes in a place of unequalled beauty. Her expertise, ideas, contacts and spunk have all been packaged together to make a complete bride's guide to planning a dream wedding.
Planning a wedding from a distance can be a nerve- wracking experience. Add to it the pressures of going to a world class vacation destination, national park and small town. It's enough to make you cry before you set even one foot down the aisle. Fear not! The Author will hold your hand through the whole event, providing girlfriend style wit and humor.
The cover of the book shows Paltzat on her own wedding day with husband Chris and daughter. In the guide, she alsoEshares photos from many other exquisite weddings in Jasper. When asked why she wrote the book she replied, "It was really a process of events. The true 'A-ha' moment came when I found myself answering the same questions for brides over and over. There was no publication on the market to aid in weddings in this area or to reference. I was answering another email to a bride when, A-ha!" Her future plans include writing an edition to help Banff and area bride to be's.
The Friends of Jasper National Park will give a toast to the author and her helpful new book by hosting the official book launch on Saturday, May 23rd at the Friends of Jasper store, located in the Information Centre from 7 - 9 pm. Everyone is invited to meet the author, enjoy some refreshments and exchange wedding day stories.