Post # 1
just watching TLC’s wedded to perfection, wow, that’s pretty intense she’s like a creative designer, wow, this is bigtime
such amazing pretty weddings
whew, I could never afford that though whew 200,000 – 1million? I thought my budget was bad; makes me happy about my own budget, I feel like I’m saving money
but wow beautiful weddings
Post # 3
I think my favorite was the second one. LOVED that escort table. I would want to assign seating just to have one of those tables!!!
Post # 4
I must admit the table arrangements for the receptions were really spectacular, almost like a piece of art in and of itself
very intense, she’s good
blows all the other wedding planners in the dust, whew
Post # 5
Hi – I’m not a bride-to-be, but came across this board when searching for info on "Wedded to Perfectoin" – I went to my niece’s wedding in NY in April and it is supposed to be featured on the premier but didn’t know about it airing until it was too late – long story for short question – where did the reception take place – was it at the New York Public Library at Bryant Park, which is where my niece and her husband had their reception? Any help/info would be greatly appreciated
BTW, the wedding was perfection!All of us who were there keep trying to describe it to others, but all feel like we fall very short in trying to explain just how beautiful and special it was…
Post # 6
The first wedding was at Capitale and the second was at the library. I loved both. I love Jung’s creativity with putting the candles in the plexi box to keep with the no open flame rules. I also love that they don’t seem to have a nanny. I think they’re nuts for not having one, but they seem like really good parents on top of everything else. If I were her, I would have told the first couple that it couldn’t be done, it just proves she’s a rockstar. I hope she charged double! 😉
Post # 7
My FI and I saw it and we both agreed that the table settings were impressive but they were AMAZING when everything was set up.
I would never be able to work with my FI like they did.
I agree with KateMW…yay for no nanny and for being great parents.
Post # 8
- Wedding: May 2010 - The Pierre Hotel
I really enjoyed the show – living in NYC, it was great to see all these familiar sites. Jung really makes everything come together – it was awesome to watch! I’m looking forward to watching this show going forward.
Post # 9
Yes, I saw the episode with the wedding at the public library in NYC and it was just beautiful! The votives lit on what seemed to be all the steps leading up to the main doors of the library was gorgeous. Also, the bride’s gown was just stunning!! I am sure the channel will repeat airing it often.
Post # 10
Kate and CDogsMom,
Thanks so much for the info – unfortunately, I don’t have cable, but I think my sister Tivoed it. My family always gets together for dinner on Sundays, so we can have a watch party!
The wedding and reception were so beautiful. Jessica, the bride is from Kansas, so a member of a wonderful choir from Harlem sang "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" for her walk down the aisle with her dad. It was perfect. In fact, everything about the wedding and reception was perfect, and yes, walking up the steps of the New York Public Library with all the votives on the steps was stunning.
As I told someone else, the entire evening was magical, and while I know Jessica and Mark and their families spent a lot on the whole wedding weekend, it never felt over the top or ostentatious. It was elegant and classy and fun! And yes, Jessica’s dress was perfection. Here is a picture of her dress from the back
Post # 11
Does anyone know what designer Jessic’s dress is? I love that dress.