Four Weddings – Channel Seven Picked A Winner With This Series
What I cannot understand is how much weddings cost. A cheap wedding is deemed to be $20,000, call me unromantic but I would prefer to go on an overseas holiday.
Also what I cannot understand is why you would want to have a camera crew at your wedding. But lucky for Channel Seven there are brides willing to allow it as the Australian version of Four Weddings is compulsive viewing. The casting and editing is fantastic. Reg Grundy you are wrong reality TV does produce quality TV.
Kathryn who was having an arranged wedding had some negativity issues thought the pagan wedding ” did not sound like a wedding to me at all… like a carnival.” I thought this was ironic considering she was having a Bollywood theme wedding.
Kayla the part time model and fulltime bogan is spending $50000 with $6000 spent on a meringue wedding dress. Personally I think she should have asked for her money back, and it also confirmed that Jordan was her idol.
Her wedding was the full enchilada including doves, fireworks, and a dress change. She did however turn up in a car and not a carriage.
I loved Nicole’s wedding vows. She had the pagan ceremony, the vows were heartfelt and original, and I seriously want her cape. Every guest had to bring a crystal and push it into the ground which I presume gave her good karma. Kayla whinged about it but I don’t know why she was grateful that she had a use for one of the many that were on wedding dress.
The other girls were less then impressed with all aspects of Nicole’s wedding, including that some of the guys wore make up. In the world of weddings fire dancing was thought to be weird, but highly choreographed bridal and groom dancers are not. However Nicole’s cause was not helped by the buffet servers breaking about five health and hygiene laws.
Jessica’s ceremony was lovely up on Hamilton Island. Also liked the relaxed vibe including what the grooms were wearing which were shorts, and thongs. The food seemed to be nice, and for dessert she had a lolly buffet which I thought was original. The criticism from the other three brides was the reception was bit flat.
Kathryn’s wedding was a dry one, which I think was going to make it difficult for her to win the prize, particularly with her long entertainment program including drummer.
Kayla ended up winning the luxury honey moon in Fiji. In the two episodes I have seen of this show (I missed last weeks) the person who spent the most money won which I don’t find particularly satisfying, but maybe that won’t occur next week.
Four Weddings has cleverly moved the show from the Wednesday night time slot so it does not have to go head to head against The Block 2010 and Glee. It is up against the more blokey Top Gear so it will be a battle of the sexes when it comes to the remote on Tuesday nights now.