Your 2 Day Platinum VIP Ticket includes: On Saturday Jan 30th
A Red Carpet Gala and Exclusive Fashion Show featuring David Tutera’s Line for 2016.
A Meet-and-Greet and Book Signing with David.
Doors Open at 6:00pm, Fashion Show begins at 7:00pm
Complete Wedding Give-Away (Valued at over $20,000 dollars)
Exclusive Bridal Bag with hundreds of dollars worth of Free Stuff! (Actually Free – not Buy one/Get One or 10% Off etc…) although that will be in their too.
On Sunday Jan 31st
Meet phenomenal wedding professionals to help you plan your wedding. VIP Attendees enjoy early admission.
Our show also features a Fashion Show by Enchanted Bridal Boutique. VIP Attendees are guaranteed seating for the fashion show.
Doors Open 11:00am for VIP only
Fashion Show Begins at 1:00pm (VIP have Reserved seating) (Sorry no seating for General Admission)
‘My Fair Wedding’ planner takes the cake
MY FAIR WEDDING. Sunday night at 10. WE.David Tutera didn’t get to be “wedding planner to the stars” without skills that go beyond picking the right flowers for the guest tables
In “My Fair Wedding,” a new show where Tutera guides ordinary people to a better wedding experience, he demonstrates a level of verbal dexterity that would make Oprah seem tongue-tied
Specifically, Tutera must tell a bride three weeks before her wedding that everything she has been planning for months and months, from the cocktail glasses to the bridesmaid dresses and her own wedding gown, is a ghastly affront to the most rudimentary standards of taste
And he says it so sweetly that Wanda Ortiz just nods and says yeah, okay, that’s fine, we can start over if you think that’s best
That’s a credit to Wanda, too. Most brides, if they got that message three weeks before their wedding, would cut off Tutera’s head and mount it above the buffet table as a warning about overturning a bride’s prep work 21 days before the “I do.”
Unfortunately, that time-management challenge is about as exciting as “My Fair Wedding” gets, because the rest offers little more than a chance for viewers to compare their taste with Wanda’s and David’s.
It’s inoffensive, it’s pleasant and it’s like snacking on diet rice cakes. There just isn’t much there.
The story line for this premiere episode starts with Ortiz wanting a “South Beach” wedding because she and her fiancé love Miami, although the ceremony will be in New Jersey, where they live.
The only glitch is that her idea of South Beach and Tutera’s idea of South Beach are as different as the look of “Miami Vice” vs. the look of “The Sopranos.”
For instance, Ortiz has bought all kinds of colorful novelty items, like blinking green fake ice cubes to put in the apple martini glasses.
Tutera nods politely when she rolls this stuff out, then just as politely tells her to put it all away. Privately, he explains the problem: “She’s like a 12-year-old getting married.”
Moving on, she shows him the bridesmaid gowns that she picked for her teenage daughters, one bright green and the other bright purple.
He thinks no one should ever wear green at a wedding, and while he can live with a light, subtle purple, the bright shade has to go.
He also discovers that Wanda herself doesn’t like her wedding dress. So he’s more than happy to help her find a replacement.
Meanwhile, somehow Tutera and the happy couple find time for them to take an intensive ballroom dancing course, so they can wow people at the reception.
With all due respect to Wanda, it is a better plan than the blinking green ice cubes