A look at couples who spend at least $500,000 on their weddings.
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A look at couples who spend at least $500,000 on their weddings.

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26 July 2007 (USA)  »

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The Fab Life Presents: My Big Fat Fabulous Wedding  »

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Not what I expected....
3 February 2008 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

Every girl dreams of possibly having a big fabulous wedding. And many of those girls work and save towards them but end up doing the best they can. So...why not have a program where a girl can watch what others have done and dream about what could be?

What I expected from this program was to see "big fabulous weddings". And while technically that is true, what I am also seeing -- is a program thinly veiled MOSTLY about: "good-diggers run amok".

When watching this program, the spending cost about the amount of some folks homes...and in many cases, the value didn't quite match the purse for me. Very expensive couture bridal gowns... 9 and 10 carat diamond rings..20 tier cakes...big bands...exotic wedding party locations...and that is just the bride. What has the groom got in all of this? The bill.

This is where the "fabulous" ends for me, and the "I just bought and paid for this bride" portion of the program begins. Yes, you can get caught up in how great this all 'looks'...but after a few programs you begin to wonder what's "in" it for the groom? The bride seems to be pushing the spending...and on quite a few occasions, the most I've seen for the groom is a "cigar bar" of hand rolled cigars for him, and his groomsmen and male guess to enjoy. Watching them all slowly die of cancer after spending six figures doesn't seem too "fabulous". And their friends and invited business guests must be gushing because what a wonderful way to free-load! All jokes aside, this program kinda disturbs you after a while. Once you get beyond the price tags -- which is what seems to be the "fabulous" part -- all you have is a "high end" version of the program "Bridezilla" and a new program of the groom you can call..oh, "Wuszilla".

You'll wonder for all that money he spends (notice too how the women haven't REALLY put any big money into these 'fabulous weddings'!) how long he will stay married to his new pretty little trinket he may sometimes refer to as "wife". Fabulous, indeed.


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