Some say the wedding day is all about what the bride wants, but brave brides-to-be across the country will be handing all of the responsibility over to the groom-to-be, with applications to be on the 2018 series of Don't Tell the Bride now open.
The lucky couples chosen to appear on the series, which will air on E4, will receive £13,000 to create their dream wedding in just three weeks, with one condition: the man plans everything, from the invites and hen night to the transport, ceremony and catering.
Plus, as if pre-wedding jitters weren’t enough, the bride will have absolutely no idea what is in store for her special day until the moment she walks down the aisle – assuming there is an aisle to walk down.
So, if you’re struggling to save for your wedding, like the idea of injecting a bit of fun into your big day, or trust your fiancé to make the right decisions for the most important day of your life, take the plunge.
To apply for the show, visit renegadepictures.co.uk directly.
Friday 09 January 2015
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