Brides-to-be facing wedding planning difficulties can recruit the assistance of wedding planner David Tutera on the WE station's reality show "My Fair Wedding with David Tutera." Each season of the show, which debuted in 2008, focuses on brides from a specific area. In the past, brides-to-be from New York City, Dallas and Los Angeles have received Tutera's assistance. Brides should make sure to include every piece of information requested by the casting directors of "My Fair Wedding with David Tutera."
Visit the "My Fair Wedding" page on the WE tv web site. Click on the button that reads "Casting Call" to visit the casting page. Click on the "My Fair Wedding" link beneath the "WE tv Casting" headline to see specific casting details for "My Fair Wedding."
Read the casting details for "My Fair Wedding." Since each season usually focuses on brides from a particular area, do not contact casting directors if you do not live in the area listed. Review the WE tv Casting page regularly to see if "My Fair Wedding" is casting in your area.
Record the casting contact information listed for "My Fair Wedding" on this page. Check periodically, as the contact information may change between seasons. Write an email for the casting directors including your name, mailing address, phone number, the date and venue for your wedding, the number of guests you are inviting to the wedding, a photo of yourself with the groom-to-be and a short biography of your life.
Take photographs of anything you have already planned for the wedding. You may take photographs of your wedding dress, bridesmaids' dresses, the interior and exterior of the venues for the wedding ceremony and reception and decorations you plan to use. Include links to these photographs within the body of the email or send the photographs as attachments.
Write descriptions of clothing, venues or decorations if you do not have a camera or if you cannot send pictures as an attachment.
Tips & Warnings
- Ask for assistance when writing your brief biography. You may choose to include details such as your line of work, a humorous or interesting date story involving your groom-to-be, as well as personal hardships that have affected your wedding planning, such as sudden unemployment or health problems.
- Do not send more than one email to casting directors. Sending multiple e-mails may mean that your submission will be ignored.