If you feel like you've been to a million weddings, you'll relate to Jen Doll's funny and reflective memoir, Save the Date: The Occasional Mortifications of a Serial Wedding Guest.
Confessions of a Shopaholic author Sophie Kinsella returns with the just-released romantic-comedy novel Wedding Night. The story follows a woman who's disappointed that her boyfriend planned a trip abroad for them instead of a proposal, so when she bumps into an ex on the trip, she decides to marry him instead.
Eimear Lynch's The Bridesmaids: True Tales of Love, Envy, Loyalty . . . and Terrible Dresses is a collection of outlandish, memorable, and disastrous bridesmaid stories — perfect for anyone who's "always the bridesmaid."
Real-life bride and mother-of-the-bride Elizabeth and Susan Wiggs share their experience planning Elizabeth's wedding in the hilarious and sweet memoir How I Planned Your Wedding: The All-True Story of a Mother and Daughter Surviving the Happiest Day of Their Lives, a must read for any mom-daughter duo dealing with the ups and downs of wedding planning.
J. Courtney Sullivan's The Engagements spans hundreds of years and follows four very different types of marriages while sharing the story of how diamonds in America became the symbol of eternal love.
Jennifer Close's novel Girls in White Dresses follows a group of young women in the city who must deal with postcollege realities, relationships, friendship, and the disappointments of life not turning out quite how you expected it to.
Cindy Chupack, a writer for Sex and the City and Modern Family, writes of her own relationship ups and downs in this witty collection of essays about her two husbands (the first turned out to be gay): The Longest Date: Life as a Wife.
Alexander McCall Smith's The Saturday Big Tent Wedding Party is the 12th book in the No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency series and is the ideal pick for someone who likes British mysteries with a touch of humor.
Wendy Plump's memoir, Vow: A Memoir of Marriage (and Other Affairs), follows the author's journey after finding out her husband was having an affair.
If you're in the mood for a sweet and sad Nicholas Sparks novel, you'll want to check out The Wedding, about a man who's daughter is getting married at the same time that he and his wife are drifting apart.