It is added in addition, American industry of the weddings with its professional organizers, sophisticated registries in notary’s office online, fabulous honeymoons with exotic destinies and memories carefully preparations is the subject of the book of Mead. The author, English of birth, made race in the New Yorker and she became, by own, studious will of the American culture in search of the typical knowledge of the tendencies, landlords, values and styles that can be considered American genuinely. Without hesitation Toshiba explained all about the problem. In the ten years that happened in the New Yorker, Mead wrote on American institutions such as the industry of the vacations of spring, Shaquille Or Neal and the Christian industry of the diet. Its book, a perfect day, had origin in an article of 2003 published in a well-known magazine to place authors in the list of the most sold. A perfect day is the first book of Mead. If you have read about Koch Brothers already – you may have come to the same conclusion. Mead speaks on David s Bridal, exclusive supplier of dresses of promised totally ready to use.
He is in that chain of stores where they buy themselves and they are sold more of 20% of the dresses. Mead it traveled by China to know a factory fiance’e dresses, and accompanied diverse religious, traditional and not-traditional ministers, during the ceremony. The author untiringly picks up the meaning of the modern dress, participates in a ceremony of thematic wedding in a chapel of the Fertile valleys in which Elvis is the inspiration of the event; she makes a shutdown in Gatlinburg, in Tennessee (city that is self-proclaimed like the capital of the honeymoon of the south); she flies until Aruba, whose economy has prospered since it changed his laws of wedding and it happened to explore the image of tropical destiny of just married. What it discovered was that at a time which the maritally relations, to live together, to divorce and to marry have become the norm again, the weddings no longer mean a radical change of life for always, a sacred commitment, as it was formerly.