The Renovators – A Hipster Wedding
“I can see a couple walking down the hallway and one is hot and the other is not…” said Jarrod, well that is what I thought he should have said.
The couple were getting married and The Renovators were having to design their wedding reception. The concept was either an indoor forest or an industrial look. But the subtle message was the couple were a pair of hipsters so the teams needed to factor that into it.
The reward for the winning team was each member would get $2000 to go towards the house.
Melissa said the Parramatta weatherboard had a sewage issue so that might explain where their money went.
Melissa was leading the black team which consisted of the green, navy blue and grey team. She was going for the flowers, the guys were doing the furniture, and August was going to do a mural.
Natalia was leading the gold team which consisted of the orange, khaki and light blue teams.
Melissa spent two hours at the florist as she was going to work with the florist on the flowers, whilst Jason J just grabbed the stuff and ran. In the end Melissa had the better strategy.
I love how August had Michael working on his mural for a while, however it was pretty good for a piece knocked out in two hours.
Jason J said the hero of the room was going to be his light or him building the light. Lucky for him the bride liked it but clearly not enough.
It was getting tense towards the end on the black team. Melissa said “I cannot handle this camera in my face today”
In the end the couple preferred the industrial look as it was a space they could visualise themselves in. The forest team stuffed up with having a separate bride and groom table looking down on the rest of the space. The couple wanted to be amongst it all and I don’t blame them they had been together for ten years so really didn’t need to be eating up there alone.
As well as winning cash, the black team had to decide which team next had to go head to head in an elimination challenge. They chose the half done house, and Peter was not phased he would be happy to be rid of Sam. Again the challenge is not an individual one but one involving the whole team.