Casting Engaged Women in Atlanta for House of Brides

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E! Entertainment Television is Casting Brides-To-Be for HOUSE OF BRIDES

Are you preparing for your wedding but you wonÂt walk down the aisle until you LOOK perfect??? ThereÂs a solution.

HOUSE OF BRIDES, a new competition reality show for E! Entertainment Television, is casting engaged women who want to go through a total image transformation before the big day.

The winner will not only look great, but also win her dream wedding with the help of HollywoodÂs top wedding professionals. Giving her and her wedding the full celebrity treatment.

If you are a bride-to-be who is willing to compete with other ambitious engaged women for the wedding of your dreams then HOUSE OF BRIDES is the show for you.

Casting Directors are will be in Atlanta February 21-26.

To be considered, please send an email to liz.pena@iconiccasting.com with your:

Name

Age

Current City and State

Proposed Date of Wedding

Current Budget of Wedding

Location of Wedding

Phone Number

A Short Bio About Your Current Wedding Plans

Describe Your Dream Wedding

Describe any physical changes you would want to achieve before you wedding day (i.e. treatments, enhancements or cosmetic surgery)

Attach a Current Photo of You and Your Fiancé

Applicant must be 18 and over.

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