RDB006: Real-Deal Wedding Talk with Amy Hunter, Writer and Comedian

Fellow brides that need a good laugh – yes, I’m talking to you – come listen in as I talk to writer and comedian Amy Hunter of the Outnumbered Mother about ALL THINGS WEDDING.

Real-Deal Brides Podcast Episode 6: Real-Deal Wedding Talk with Amy Hunter, Writer and Comedian

In this episode you’ll hear:

  • The romantic way Amy’s husband proposed (hint: “Shut up and marry me” may or may not have been uttered)
  • How she wound up wearing a ring with no diamond in it
  • Why “fiance time” is the absolute greatest time
  • The marriage equivalent to the middle finger
  • How to make your wedding exactly what YOU and YOUR SPOUSE want it to be
  • Her experience with the great “PLUS ONE” war
  • Regional wedding trends
  • What it REALLY means to be a bridesmaid
  • Watch the video of her singing and playing guitar at her friend’s wedding
  • What to stick to your guns about, and when to let things go
  • The most ridiculously AWESOME CAKE IDEA I’ve ever heard of
  • Some tips on getting fit before the big day
  • What to do when you are your spouse are of different backgrounds

And guys, there is SO. MUCH. MORE. You will laugh, you will love, and you will walk away with some great tips here. Link at the top of this post. Thanks Amy!

OH, and here’s her official bio: Amy grew up in the suburbs of Long Island singing Barbara Streisand hits into her hairbrush. When she’s not writing her hilarity fueled parenting memoir as The Outnumbered Mother, she’s a Florida living, butt wiping, soccer team carting, gourmet chef attempting, tennis skirt wearing, non-tennis playing, self-proclaimed bad mamma jamma to 3 sons and a very understanding husband.

Links Mentioned

And some photos of Amy’s wedding:

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About alessandra

Alessandra Macaluso is author of The Real-Deal Bridal Bible, available on Amazon and Kindle, and blogger at AlessandraMacaluso.com. Alessandra also writes screenplays and articles, and is a regular contributor for The Huffington Post and Scary Mommy. Her original screenplay, “Polar Suburbia”, placed as a semi-finalist in the 2009 Moondance Film Festival. Learn more about Alessandra and her current projects at her author website AlessandraMacaluso.com, and follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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