Ever been to a divorce party? Often times, they’re much more interesting than the marriage whose ending they mark.
In The Divorce Party: 12 Steps to a Celebrate the New You , filmmakers turned first-time
authors Mark Famiglietti and Lane Garrison give every divorcing person 12 simple steps to creating the most fabulous, funniest party to mark an end and celebrate a beginning. And why not? Everyone who has made the finish line KNOWS they deserve a party.
Publishing right into the heavy divorce time (it starts up every year the day after Valentine’s Day) and in plenty of time for the companion film’s summer release, The Divorce Party is sheer how-to with a wink and a smile, a reminder to make that lemonade in the face of struggle.
While this party has many of the aspects of other parties, it is unforgettable in most other ways — invites, dress, decorations, and mood. The “ex” might be a part of the scene or never mentioned. A Las Vegas party went on for three days and included countless changes of clothes. Another divorce party was on a fishing boat (aluminum fishing boat).
Any spot can be the site of a great divorce party. All it takes is the will and imagination. And, if you can go to all the trouble of getting married, put some effort and get unmarried with style.
Grab a copy of this nifty little book or buy it for a friend and help them start planning. It will take their mind off of who gets the house.
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