Dont Tell the Bride
A Real Life Don’t Tell The Bride Wedding
April 5, 2016
Inspired by the TV show Don’t Tell the Bride, Michelle and Jamie's wedding was organised as a complete surprise for them by the bride's employers, Cosatto, who make brightly patterned pushchairs. Inspired by their products, and the bride's own colourful aesthetic, the team pulled together a truly one-of-a-kind wedding!
Don’t Tell The Bride: Vibrant Bollywood Wedding in Brighton
December 14, 2015
I'll admit, I don't always watch BBC Three's Don't Tell The Bride, but I'm so glad I caught Rosa and Harry's episode. In fact it's probably my favourite wedding that's ever been featured! For those of you that don't know, the premise of the show is the couple get £12,000 to spend on their wedding, the proviso being that the groom does all of the planning... in three weeks! The couple are separated for that time and bride can know nothing about the wedding until the day. Cue ridiculously bad decisions, overspending on crazy things and tears... lots of tears. This is reality TV gold my friends.
Don’t Tell The Bride AKA Lauren & Perry’s Gig Wedding at The Forum
February 24, 2014
Do you watch the BBC Three show Don't Tell the Bride? When I was engaged I was pretty obsessed. Gareth and I would sit together to watch it every week and my favourite game was quizzing him over what he'd do if he had to plan our whole wedding himself.
Don’t Tell The Bride: The Real Story aka Mike & Becky’s Mexican Wrestling Wedding
October 31, 2012
I have a love/hate relationship with the BBC Three show Don't Tell the Bride. On the one hand, I love a voyeuristic nosey at other people's weddings (hello! Wedding blogger criteria number one) but on the other, the obvious sensationalism of shows like this can often get a bit much. I usually sit watching the show wondering if the groom really plans the whole thing himself and if the real truth of the matter is that the production company tell him exactly what to do so they can have the usual drama that seems to follow the programme around. But mostly I wonder if the brides really have no say on ANYTHING. I mean surely you'd give him a few subtle hints beforehand, right?!