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Sky One is on the look out for Somerset couples to take part in Don’t Tell The Bride

PUBLISHED: 17:00 06 March 2017 | UPDATED: 10:09 07 March 2017

Lawrence had an epiphany while on bumper cars with Kloe, and realised she was the girl he wanted to spend the rest of his life so got married on a bumper car.

Lawrence had an epiphany while on bumper cars with Kloe, and realised she was the girl he wanted to spend the rest of his life so got married on a bumper car.


For some women, the most important day of your life will be when you walk down the aisle, in a beautiful dress, towards your dearly beloved but what if you had no say in the day?

Sky One is on the look out for Somerset couples who would like to receive £14,000 to put towards their dream wedding, but there is a twist... the groom must plan everything.

Don’t Tell The Bride is a popular TV show which launched on BBC Three in 2007, and is now in its second series on Sky One.

In the show, grooms have been challenged to endure the endless tirade of planning, tastings and shopping expeditions, all without speaking to their other half.

The hilarious series has seen some brides experience their dream day while for others it has been their idea of a nightmare.

History buff Matthew loved the Roman era, so decided he was going to marry his sweetheart Zoe at a Roman Empire-themed wedding.

Kloe and Lawrence decided to avoid the aisle and got married in a bumper car.

If you are interested in being on the show, email and let us know how you get on.


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