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Casting Call: Whose Wedding Is It Anyway?

Are you or someone you know planning a wedding, but the never-ending tasks keep getting in the way? Are you and your fiancé fun and fabulous, but drowning in details? Then get hooked up with a top-notch wedding planner to help organize the wedding of your dreams and take you down the aisle in style!

The Style Network is looking for couples who want to share their wedding-preparation adventures with the hit prime-time wedding series, Whose Wedding Is It Anyway? ... plus, they'll help you pay for some of your wedding costs!

They're especially interested in 2 types of wedding stories:
Brides and grooms who have extremely DIFFERENT IDEAS of what their dream wedding should be (theme, venue, indoor/outdoor, cuisine, formal/informal). We will put you head to head with your fiancé in various reality-style competitions to fight for your wedding vision – we will see who really is the better half!

OR

Two couples who are interested in having a joint wedding (best friends, sisters, roommates, people who want the same venue, etc. ) Have you or someone you know ever thought of sharing their wedding day with a good friend or family member to make the most unique double wedding of a lifetime?
So, if you're getting married or would you like to get married between March and July 2010*, send an email with your story and recent photos to us right away. The deadline for applications is April 1, 2010.

*All participants must be 21 years of age or older. 

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by Rashana Anderson
Founder & Managing Director, THE BRIDAL PARTY

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