Whenever there is a wedding, there are questions - a lot of questions!Questions from brides, grooms, moms, dads, bridal party attendants - plus guests, friends, family, neighbors, and coworkers of engaged couples. Oh yes, and questions from aspiring wedding planners, as well as seasoned wedding planners, too. You name it, they've asked it. It seems everyone has questions when weddings are involved. Ask the Wedding Planner has the answers to all those wedding questions. If you have an interest in weddings - whether you are in the wedding business, are planning a wedding, or simply have a fascination for weddings - Ask the Wedding Planner will keep you informed, intrigued and entertained.Internationally recognized wedding planning expert, and syndicated columnist, Linda Kevich, has been answering wedding questions every week for the last 15 years though her wedding planning website SuperWeddings.com and through her syndicated newspaper column, "Ask the Wedding Expert". Ask the Wedding Planner is a compilation of some of the most intriguing of those questions!This year, an estimated 380 million Americans will be guests at weddings, more than 23 million people will asked to be bridal party attendants, and 4.6 million people will tie the knot. Almost everyone knows someone who is getting married, which means that a significant portion of the population is affected in one way or another by weddings at any given time. Many of them have wedding related questions on their minds. Should I give my boss a wedding gift if I'm not invited to his wedding? Can I bring a date to a wedding if the invitation is addressed only to me? How do I tell the host of the wedding that I require a vegetarian meal?A wedding planner has to wear a lot of hats: she needs to be a granter of dreams, a wedding etiquette expert, a project manager... and yes, sometimes even a family counselor and personal therapist as well! With 33 percent of marriages being remarriages, and the ongoing trend toward marrying later in life, people have more wedding questions than ever on their minds due to the new dynamics these societal changes introduce. America is fascinated by weddings and the media have made weddings into a hot topic and a part of pop culture. There is a seductiveness about weddings that people find irresistible, regardless of their gender, age or marital status. If you have an interest in weddings or wedding planning - whether you are planning a wedding, invited to a wedding, in the business of weddings - or if simply love weddings - you'll be fascinated by Ask the Wedding Planner!