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April 9 launch of website previews national TV magazine show about all things wedding.

With the Get Married TV show, we will be the first to provide wedding information, planning and experiences the way that women want to receive it. With the show and website together, we will help people maximize their enjoyment of this once-in-a-lifetime happening.

Get Married, a new website and television show, announces the launch of http://www.getmarried.com, live on the Internet as of April 9. The interactive, newsy website all about weddings will work synergistically with the new weekly, magazine-style television show, also called Get Married, which debuts nationally on WE tv Sunday, April 15.

Both platforms will provide practical guidance, information and entertainment for brides, providing trends, insider tips, planning tools, interviews with expert designers and celebrity couples plus ideas for honeymoons and destination weddings.

"Both the website and the show will be a hub of information and entertainment, a kind of news program for women in general and brides in particular," said Get Married Editorial Director Crys Stewart, the former Editor in Chief of WeddingChannel magazine. "With the Get Married TV show, we will be the first to provide wedding information, planning and experiences the way that women want to receive it. With the show and website together, we will help people maximize their enjoyment of this once-in-a-lifetime happening."

The experts to be featured on the TV show and website are the most prominent in the field, including David Tutera, the duo of Mark Badgley and James Mischka, Angel Sanchez, Reem Acra and Preston Bailey, among others. Celebrities who will share their wedding experiences with Get Married and http://www.getmarried.com include Matt Hoover and Suzy Preston of NBC's The Biggest Loser fame, Dancing With The Stars champion and former Seinfeld comedic actor John O'Hurley, Nextel Cup race car driver Kurt Busch and former Backstreet Boy Brian Littrell.

http://www.getmarried.com will use rich media and video to take visitors in depth with detail, interactive content and networking resources. Brides and grooms, parents, planners and everyone involved in the wedding process will be able to connect with one another and share their ideas through interactive modules and community micro-sites created solely for them.

Other features include planning tools, photo galleries of everything from dresses to floral arrangements, ideas for honeymoons and destination weddings and access to local vendors. The website will also show brides how to keep charity in mind during the wedding planning process through the "Give Back" pages. For engaged couples looking for entertainment with their information, the site will offer content from the TV show plus a variety of games, quizzes, horoscopes, polls and other captivating ideas in "Fun Stuff' pages.

The only show of its kind on the television landscape, Get Married will air Sunday mornings at 9:30 a.m. ET (8:30 a.m. CT, 9:30 a.m. PT, 10:30 a.m. MT, check local listings) beginning April 15. It will be hosted by Atlanta-based TV and radio personality Jenn Hobby with reports from Crys Stewart and correspondent Jessica Campbell.

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