Bridezilla meets Andy Warhol

Rachel Eddey's memoir certainly has a comprehensive title:Running of the Bride: My Frenzied Quest to Tie the Knot, Tear Up the Dance Floor, and Figure Out Why My 15 Minutes of Fame Included Commercial Breaks.
Rachel’s handsome fiancé proposed to her on the set of the movie Sex and the City. Rachel had badgered for weeks him to make her an extra. But that wasn’t enough for Rachel; she wanted to be star! So, Rachel set about getting herself and wedding party booked on two reality shows.
The saving grace of Running of the Bride is a sense of humor. Rachel may be driven fame, bossed, and a bit neurotic, but she isn’t a bitch. Rachel loves her family and her fiancé. And when things fall through or backfire on Rachel, she rolls with punches.
Running of the Bride is fun romp that pokes fun at the craziness of getting married. Everything is fair game, from reality TV shows, such as “Say yes to the dress,” to Filene’s crazy markdown sales of designer wedding dresses that have brides sleeping overnight on the sidewalk in hopes of snagging their dream dress at 70 percent off retail.
Running of the Bride is perfect summer for all brides past and to be!