What's your idea of the perfect wedding? Does it involve a cookie table, a Santa serving food, or three different wedding dresses? It does for these brides. See who has the best wedding on this season of FOUR WEDDINGS.
Melissa and her groom share their love at a Hollywood inspired affair, while Laura's waterside wedding is accented with Penn State flair. Audrianna's guests enjoy the glamour at her boat house venue and Dee's guests make their own favors at a candle bar.
Former beauty queen Felicia impresses with a pageant gown, while Angie entertains with a Costa Rican courtship dance . Ivory's theme leaves guests with a little something blue, while Christine's 1920's-theme takes guest back to the Gatsby era.
Barefoot Kim strolls down a burlap aisle at her orchid farm wedding, while first mate Jessica ties the knot at a yacht club. Lily s hula dancing and Mama Juana are a big hit, while Ruby's dinner fiery presentation gets the guest brides excited.
Sarah's groom arrives in a swamp buggy to their country themed wedding, while Janelle's guests ride on rickshaws to her Asian inspired reception. Annie raps and dances for her music loving groom, while Carole delights with a food inspired theme.
Mardi Gras Indians perform at Joanna's New Orleans style wedding, while Anitra's soiree includes king cakes and a second line band. Emma gives her reception space a French Quarter look, while Princess bride Brittany exchanges vows in a castle.
This season will highlight some of the most outrageous, original, over-the-top, and even humorous weddings around - including an Elvis impersonator, bull riding, flash-mob receptions, a Cinco-De-Mayo wedding with an all-female mariachi band, and a walk down a plastic red carpet.
Marie uses her 6-figure budget to create an elaborate Dracula's Castle, while Zoranda has surprising news to shock her guests. Karen exchanges vows on an island dock and Anumita's New York wedding is held at a landmark hotel.
Every bride works hard to plan their perfect wedding. Some want their pets involved, others want their Bridesmaids dressed in the colors of the rainbow, and another might want an Elvis impersonator at their wedding. Judge for yourself as each bride tries to out-do the others and win a dream honeymoon on Four Weddings.
Misha makes her own chandelier for her casual elegance nuptials, while Felicia lights up her historic 1920s venue with light sabers. There are laughs and cannon fire at Mallory's beachside soirée, and Jenni embraces Seattle with local food and lattes.
Danielle goes barefoot for her laidback beachfront nuptials, while Antonia and her guests wear traditional African attire on her big day. Gina delights with a water ski show, while Kelly makes a big splash with cheesesteaks at her hubby planned reception.
Jenny says I do as the Statue of Liberty looks on, and Laura's guests watch her arrive on a rickshaw to her 20's soiree. Vanessa wears a dress with an eye-popping slit for her rainbow nuptials, and Princess Stephanie dons three ball gowns on her big day.
Natasha leaves her groom in tears with a tender serenade while Leigh hires a jolly Santa to serve up sliders and fries with a smile. Jamie brings old world romance to life with pearls and lace while Jasmin's party includes toe tags, coffins and skulls.
Brittini seals her vows with a biochemical unity ceremony, while Allie unites guests around a cookie table with 4,000 treats. Jacque turns a fire station into a sand & surf beach party, while Nicole's DIY creations give her barn reception a vintage feel.
On this season of Four Weddings the original and over-the-top weddings continue as we see a bride with her ruby slippers celebrate in her very own Emerald City, another bride who has her first kiss ever on her wedding day, and two brides celebrate their long-awaited ceremony in NYC.
Ashley's wedding guests toss beach balls instead of rice and Anissa's guests are brought to tears by her family ring exchange. Lindsay decorates her beach club venue with tattoo-inspired artwork, while Terri turns a NY country club into a romance resort.
Learn how to DIY with these helpful tips on making wine bottle centerpieces. These centerpieces are fun because guests can write a message on the bottle.
This high-flying bride's wedding turns into a circus.
Learn how to take free paint samples and make then table markers for your wedding or big event.
The brides tell the story of how they met their husbands-to-be.
Kelly enjoys topping everything at her wedding with a moustache cutout.
Mardi Gras Indians perform at Joanna's New Orleans style wedding.
Wanda combined her love of horses and holidays into one wedding at a polo club!
The four brides-to-be talk about how they met their husbands-to-be.
Lydia's royal blue, silver and white wedding is the pinnacle of elegance.
The brides dish their real thoughts on the belly dancer, food and cigar bar.
Brittini gets creative and fun with her wedding by building a volcano.
It's time for the grooms to takeover, and Rick takes home the prize.
Find out Heather, Shakelia, Jessica and Chimere stack up against one another.
Sarah's groom arrives in a swamp buggy to their country themed wedding.
The brides discuss how they met their husbands-to-be.
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