Are you about to become a bride-to-be sometime this year? Buying your dress is a huge part of the wedding prep and regardless of whether you’re about to be decked in a classic white gown or a traditional wedding saree, Say Yes To The Dress Asia wants to be a part of the experience by filming it!

That’s right! The popular TV series is now coming to Asia. If you don’t know what the show is about, it is basically a series documenting a bride-to-be’s experience in selecting her dream wedding gown. She will often times be joined by her loved ones and family members and drama will typically ensue as mothers and daughters butt heads over the perfect dress for the bride’s big day, only to find a unanimous decision in the ultimate gown.

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The series will be holding auditions and if you think you have an interesting story to share about your wedding and would love to be a part of the Say Yes To The Dress experience, consider auditioning for it.

With less than a week left, it’s best to fill up this online application form fast! All brides-to-be auditioning should be aged 21 and above and be able to communicate in fluent English. The series will begin filming in the Klang Valley region sometime in between May and June of 2017. Brides selected (along with their entourage) must be available for the 3 days of filming. Brides-to-be who are not residing in the city and are traveling to KL for the filming of Say Yes To The Dress Asia will have to bear their own travel expenses.

Image Credit: Arcis Communications

Lastly, brides-to-be must upload a video (of maximum 100MB in size) of themselves or with their entourage, as part of the audition process for the show. To register, click here.

Feature Image Credit: Arcis Communications

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