I know that many of you are in the advanced stages of your wedding planning - well past needing books to help you out - but for those of you that aren't, I have a couple items that I don't need any more. I don't want to throw them out / recycle them if someone else can use them!
If you're interested, I have "The Bride's Essential Wedding Planner" - it's a big spiral bound binder / checklist / book / folder type thing. Not the sturdiest thing in the world, but it contains a lot of information, space to write, and good questions to think about. I've checked a few items off and wrote in a couple blank places, but honestly, it's only about 1 or 2% of the total. It's still totally useful, and free. I can white out what I wrote if you want me to.
I also have "Do I Have to Wear White" by Anna Post, which is pretty helpful when it comes to sticky etiquette situations. Or if you're confused about the proper way to address invitations!
The other book I have - which was great - is "Bridal Bargains" (9th edition) by Denise and Alan Fields. It contains a lot of great hints and reviews.
I'm in Syracuse at least once a month, and I'd be more than happy to meet up with somebody to drop the books off. Hell, at this point, I'll even ship them for free just so someone else can use them! I really hate wasting paper, even if they are recycled.
Let me know if you're interested!