Sky Living’s hit wedding competition, Four Weddings has gone down under with five new fantastic episodes launching on Sky Living this June.
Following in the footsteps of the hit version of the UK series, Four Weddings Australia sees four very different brides attend and judge one another’s big day. Each is marked on the ceremony, dress, food and reception. However don’t expect high scores as the competitive nature of these Shelia’s means they don’t take any prisoners in a bid to win the dream prize of a luxury honeymoon.
Our Aussie brides-to-be have some big and bizarre ideas for their dream day. This series takes you from a pagan ritual to a 1920’s gangster themed ceremony, stopping off for a beach escape wedding on the way. Expect sun, sand, steak and drama to rival a Friday night cliff-hanger on Neighbours.
In the first episode…
We meet a quartet of ladies whose ideas of the perfect big day couldn’t be any more different. Model Allana is throwing a big-budget fairy tale bash, complete with extravagant entrances, a choreographed tango routine and an $8,000 dress. For Chez, however, a wedding is about more than just expensive luxuries and over-the-top decorations. Her dress is a second-hand number (much to the disgust of the other brides) and her entire black-and-white-themed celebration comes in at a minimalistic $2k.
Meanwhile, Sothi is hedging her bets with not one, but two, weddings – a traditional Cambodian service in the morning and a church ceremony in the afternoon. Whereas there’s nothing traditional about Tracey’s service; she and her re-enactment-loving hubby are having a medieval day, complete with period dress, personalised vows and a mock duel in place of a first dance.
This summer join Sky Living HD for some matrimonial fun in the sun. Four Weddings Australia, starts on Sky Living HD at 9pm on Monday 6 June.