‘Four Weddings’ Episode Guide (Aug. 22): Drive-In Theater Wedding; Non-Traditional Vow Exchange

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‘Four Weddings’ Episode Guide (Aug. 22): Drive-In Theater Wedding; Non-Traditional Vow Exchange

“And a Go-Kart Race” (08/22/14; 9:00-10:00PM) – Guests enjoy go-kart racing at a bride’s drive-in theater wedding, while another gives guests sunglasses and hula dances in her backyard. Meanwhile, another combines pigs, glitz and glamour and a fourth bride exchanges vows without rings.

“And an Oathing Stone” (08/22/14; 10:00-11:00PM) – One bride’s vintage travel theme transports guests around the globe, while carnival dancers keep guests on the dance floor at another bride’s big day party. Meanwhile, a zen theme adds calm to a bride’s winery wedding, while color comes to life at a woman’s unique ornate venue.

For the modern bride, wedding season is a spectator sport, and the competition heats up when TLC premieres its fifth season of “Four Weddings.” The series returns with brand new batch of brides ready to defend – and judge – every wedding decision from grand entrances to menu options. While all brides aim for the most memorable event, this season features everything from a wedding at a flying trapeze school to a horror movie-themed wedding. The 16 episode run will air back-to-back on Friday nights, with competitive brides from coast to coast.

In each episode of “Four Weddings,” four unique brides with their own personal styles and traditions agree to attend and judge each other’s weddings on the basis of food, dress, venue and overall experience. The winning bride is awarded a luxury honeymoon package that no newlyweds would pass up.

This year, for the first time ever, fans can join in on all the wedding fun through live Facebook polling during each episode. Viewers can vote for their favorite wedding using custom hashtags; voting is live throughout the entire episode, and real-time results will be displayed on-air.


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