Don't Tell The Bride Looking For Civil Partners Who Want To Get Married

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Are you civil partnered but want to get married? Don’t Tell The Bride are looking to give LGBT couples €10,000 to get married… but there’s a catch!


Don’t Tell The Bride is back for a sixth season! It is Ireland’s show that takes all the fun of planning a wedding and makes it the responsibility of just one partner, leaving the other entirely in the dark about how the wedding will turn out.

And don’t let the name fool you either, Don’t Tell The Bride is open to both male and female couples!

Given €10,000 to plan their wedding, one partner must make every decision – outfits, venue, cake, decoration, hen/stag parties and anything else you could think of.

The couple are not allowed contact during the three weeks of preparation for the wedding, meaning that every decision will be a surprise for one partner.


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What Could Go Wrong?

Here’s what the organisers of the show have to say:

Don’t Tell The Bride is back and we are on the lookout for civilly partnered couples who want to get married!

A couple who are madly in love are given €10,000 to plan the wedding of their dreams. The only catch is that they must wed within 3 weeks and one person must manage the budget and plan the WHOLE wedding with NO input from their partner. They pick the wedding dress, the venue, the cake, absolutely everything…! What could go wrong!

If people want to apply for Don’t Tell The Bride they can apply now on 01 497 0817 or email [email protected]


So if that sounds like something that you and your partner would be interested in, be sure to apply for Don’t Tell The Bride by contacting (01) 497 0817 or by emailing [email protected].

If you’re more of a wallflower type, but know that one of your friends would definitely love to plan a wedding on Don’t Tell The Bride, then be sure to let them know about the show.

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