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Wedding Contest Kick-off: Round 1!

Photo credit: www.jeremiahandrews.com

Last week, we announced our biggest contest EVER on Bucks Happening, an amazing give-a-way of $10,000 worth of wedding goods & services to 1 lucky local couple. Today we kick off round 1 of voting to determine the contest finalists on our Facebook fan-page. Check out the album “Wedding Contest Entries” and vote for your favorite couple by “liking” the photo. Please note that comments will not be counted as votes. The top 50% (OR no more than forty) couples with the most “likes” by March 18th will become finalists. If you’d like to enter, please email your photo, contact information, and caption to [email protected]

Couples are competing for:

A custom wedding cake by Town Crier Bakery

$500 worth of flowers from Monday Morning Flower Company

$500 worth of invitations by Voila Customs by Nicole

Photography by Mike Landis Photography

8 personal training sessions from the Newtown Athletic Club

A deep muscle massage & haircut for groom + hair color or highlites & haircut prior to wedding day; trial for hair and make-up; & formal styling & make-up on wedding day for the bride by Urban Allure Salon & Spa

A “Here Comes the Bride” wedding planner package from Proud to Plan

Entertainment (DJ) & L.E.D. lighting by Cutting Edge Entertainment

Videography & DVD by TLJ Studios

5 Tuxedo Rentals by Ventresca

Check out the complete Rules & Regulations.

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