Wednesday, January 28, 2009

#507: would you scrap your plans.

Are you an engaged couple who truly wants a one-of-a-kind wedding of a lifetime, but you're finding it next to impossible in the face of an economic crisis? Then this is your opportunity to have the wedding of your dreams!

The Style Network is celebrating the 100th episode of "Whose Wedding is it Anyway?" We are searching for ONE LUCKY COUPLE who is ready to scrap their plans and go on a wild ride with one of our featured "Whose Wedding" planners, as we GIVE them the most unforgettable wedding adventure!

Please send your contact info, love story and photos to: WhoseWedding100@trueentertainment.net


All participants must be 21 years of age or older and have a valid US passport. You must also be available for shooting and travel in early March 2009.

The deadline to apply is February 16, 2009.


i'm not sure i'd be willing to just exnay everything i've been working on for the past 2 years. but then again, and given the major economic turbulence around us lately, saving $10,000 sounds mighty tempting.

9 comments:

talda said...

stuff like that is always tempting but then i wonder if the bf and i would be getting the wedding of our dreams or the wedding the show people want us to dream of having.

considering the boy wants a quiet beach ceremony before having a bigger shebang with family and friends, i'm pretty sure this wouldn't work for us.

Stephanie Lyn said...

Don't forget - networks are motivated by advertising & ratings which spells D-R-A-M-A!

A.I.S. said...

wow...i just told my fiance today that i think we need to call it off because of the c-r-a-p going on right now.

Ten Thousand Only said...

AIS - enter the contest if the timing works for you. who knows. it could turn out brills.

Bridal Inquirer said...

Sounds like a great opportunity for someone who just got engaged and hasn't begun the planning yet. I on the other hand was too much of a control freak to hand over the reigns to anyone else!

I also stopped by to let you know that YOU have been blogged! Thank you for the always entertaining and inspirational blog! :)

http://www.bridalinquirer.com/blog/2009/01/28/bridal-inquirers-first-award/

xoxo, Bridal Inquirer

Jill said...

I don't think I could do it. I wouldn't want a wedding that wasn't ME.

amber {daisy chain} said...

go for it! you could always incorporate your crafty ideas into their grand plans, it's just on their dime!

Papa Smurf said...

weddings are over rated just hook up with as many girls as possible

Melissa said...

So after some thought (okay it only took a few minutes to decide) I am not scrapping all our plans for a very cool (and free) wedding. Yes, it would be awesome, I'm sure...but this is more than us. It's about getting married in the church we attended since we started dating, it's about our families coming together, it's about all that crazy and fun stuff that I want to experience with my fiance and our new combined families and friends...but yes it's definitely tempting to also take the wedding money and just take everyone on a cruise instead, lol.