Because of their busy schedules, engaged KiirstiAan and her mom have chosen to plan the wedding almost entirely via e-mail. The minutia of all the details being exchanged becomes somewhat cumbersome, so while they’re planning, and to break the monotony of the endless back-and-forth online exchanges, KiirstiAan reminds her mother of a number of outrageous wedding disasters her parents have witnessed, and that her mom has already shared with her. She suggests that her mom write a book about all the nuptial disasters to which she’s been witness. With some trepidation, her mom says ok, IF KiirstiAan will proofread each and every one of them. With whole-heartedness, the bride-to-be agrees. Thus, while the e-mail wedding plans continue (with no small amount of stress), KiirstiAan’s mom recounts some of the most unbelievable wedding disasters that have ever been told. Was each wedding truly a disaster? Oh, yeah. Or, was it? And, more importantly, can KiirstiAan avoid these and any other monumental mishaps in her own wedding?