The new year brings a new season of ceremonial splendor as season four of My Fair Wedding premieres on We TV. In the weeks ahead reality TV romantics can watch wedding planner to the stars David Tutera transform the “I do” dreams of a bevy of brides-to-be into real life fairy tales. Season four includes:
- A bride who has created a Greek-themed ceremony, although Tutera soon finds out that wedding planning is all Greek to her.
- A Day of the Dead-themed wedding that will be D.O.A. without Tutera’s tutelage.
- A bride who is over the rainbow about her rainbow and butterfly-themed big day.
- Dreaming of marrying her Prince Charming in a regal ceremony, a wedding fit for a queen may be a royal pain to plan.
- A walk down the aisle that might include walking the plank as a Pirates of the Caribbean wedding is planned by one bride.
- A bride who wants to wear cowboy boots on her big day. These boots are made for walking…but are they made for walking down the aisle?
- A bride bogged down by a swamp style ceremony.
- A divalicious I do for a blinged-out bride.
- A mellow start to marriage with a Zen-themed wedding.
- Tying the knot ’20s-style with a Great Gatsby wedding.
- A floral-themed nuptial brings a virtual bouquet of bridal mishaps.
- It’s a sure bet that a casino wedding will have its share of pre-ceremony stress.
The new season of My Fair Wedding will be unveiled on WE tv January 2, 2011 at 9/8c.
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In addition to the weekly We TV I do instructions, brides-to-be can also learn about the fine art of walking down the aisle by reading David Tutera’s new tutorial. Named after his hit TV series, My Fair Wedding guides brides through pre-nuptial planning with:
- “What Would David Do?” sidebars.
- Quizzes to help pinpoint a bride’s wedding preferences.
- Etiquette pointers to add sophistication to the ceremony.
- “I do” inspiration on wedding day wear, photographers, invitations, centerpieces, music and much more.
- Tips on transportation, timelines, outdoor weddings, and more.
The 256 page book will be available January 11, 2011.