Getting Married in March, April or May 2016? Get on TV!





Are you getting married in March, April or May 2016? Fancy being on TV? 

The talented people at Renegade Pictures want you to show your big day to the world. They're the guys that make Don't Tell the Bride (one of our favourites).

Information is included below, or it's in the shiny box at the top.





WOULD YOU LIKE TO HAVE YOUR WEDDING DAY FILMED FOR A NEW TV PROGRAMME?


Renegade Pictures (the makers of Don’t Tell the Bride) are looking for couples who are getting married between March 2016 and May 2016 for a brand new TV programme.

They are currently casting for brides, grooms and their extended families, who would like to have their special day expertly captured and their happy occasion shared in the ultimate wedding video – making their big day even more remarkable.

Cameras will document the build up to the nuptials and the wedding day itself, allowing viewers to share in the excitement and joy of a modern wedding celebration.

Renegade are currently casting all over the UK and will travel to meet couples and families that they would like to speak to further; eventually filming with a selected couple locally.

Interested couples or wedding guests are being asked to contact Renegade Pictures for more information and a chat about the programme. 

Email: Click here  Contact information: Click here


Renegade Pictures is one of the UK’s most successful television production companies and this year they have produced successful shows such as The Tribe (Channel 4), The Nick (ITV) and their most famous series - Don’t Tell the Bride.

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