Are you getting married this summer? Do you want to drop a dress size or two before your big day? If so then we want to hear from you.
We are looking for three brides to be to take part in our new series Wedding Weight Loss. The chosen three will get a diet and fitness plan from a leading industry expert, there will also be a few fun challenges thrown in for good measure! Successful applicants will need to be available for all dates specified by us between 31st March and 11th July 2014. There will be an estimated five filming days.
If you feel you will be committed to this diet and fitness regime and would like to feel good in time for your summer wedding then please email us the following information:
Contact telephone number
Current dress size
Dress size you'd like to be on your big day
Why you would like to take part
Confirm the date of your wedding this summer
Attach a picture of yourself and your groom
Send your details to firstname.lastname@example.org
Successful applicants may be required to enter into further terms
Closing date: Monday 17 March 2014. Please note we reserve the right to extend the closing date at our sole discretion.
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