It's no secret you want to look your best on your big day. The good news: We've hand-picked a slew of stunning, stylish, easy-to-follow cookbooks to help you do just that. Here are six healthy tomes that will help you up your kitchen game while keeping you in your best shape ever.
You might already be familiar with her elegant, (mostly) vegetarian blog, 101 Cookbooks, but even if you're not, you'll instantly fall for Heidi Swanson's thoughtfully-created recipes. In this book, Swanson draws on inspiration from her travels abroad, so it's absolutely perfect for honeymoon daydreams.
*Simply put, you will want to register for every napkin, plate, and spoon in this book. The good news? Once you're done gaping at the gorgeous housewares, you'll fall in love with Donofrio's accessible, colorful vegetable-centric recipes, most of which can come together in minutes. *
Whether she's in Laguna Beach or The Hills, Lauren Conrad knows how to have a good time. Her event-themed book will take you through every set of the party planning process from invites to hors d'ouevres and beyond. Bonus: The playful shots of Conrad living it up will make you nostalgic for the old days of MTV.
If you've ever been lucky enough to eat at this L.A. restaurant then you already know what this book will deliver — ridiculously beautiful food. Now, you can recreate Gjelina's unique but surprisingly easy recipes at-home. (Hello, new dinner party bible...) Salad lovers, this one was made for you so don't even think twice about it.
If you happen to be really famous and are looking for a beautiful retreat that offers hardcore workouts (think daily 12-mile hikes) and incredible food, chances are you already know about The Ranch. But, if you're like us and doing you're detox at-home, you need this book now. The healthy and delicious recipes will convince even the biggest carnivore that vegan food is delicious. After a few bites of the seasonal dishes you'll be convinced that soy, dairy, and gluten are totally useless ingredients.
Pasta is the Regina George of foods. Fortunately, spiralizers were invented and zucchini and carrot noodles became our new best friends. This creative book offers clever ways to transform fruits and vegetables into over 100 different noodle-shaped recipes. No, they don't taste like cacio e pepe — but they do taste fresh and nutritious. And the fact that they're all low carb (and many are gluten-free and Paleo) doesn't hurt either.