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-Every girl dreams of her wedding...
-I want to be you now.
..but what happens when she has no say on her big day?
Don't Tell The Bride is back.
This is all for the name of love.
12 gallant grooms
are taking control.
With 12 grand apiece...
Give it to me.
..and just three weeks to organise a wedding.
-They're more daring...
-Why are we here?
Why has he done this?
..and more outrageous than ever before.
-It's not a joke!
Will the glass slipper fit?
Oh, my word, hell no!
Will true love conquer all?
Horrid, horrid, horrid.
Oh, my God, it's going to be on a beach.
And will there be a fairytale ending?
Oh, my God! I don't like it.
Is it the right ring?
Turn that camera off.
Or just a damsel in distress?
-Wishes do come true.
-Sometimes they don't.
Come on, guys, don't just watch, join in.
Tonight, buckle up as daredevil Kev plans a sky-high wedding
for his feisty bride-to-be Trish.
The end of your life is near.
While she yearns for an intimate family do...
He knows that my mum is the person
that's going to walk me down the aisle.
..he's determined to start married life on a high.
She'll be looking out the window thinking,
"I'm jumping out in a minute."
With the best man keen to leave his to leave his mark on the day...
What if she doesn't marry me?
I've either planned the best wedding or I'll ruin your life.
..and a bride who hates being out of control.
It's the most stupidest idea you've ever had in your whole, entire life.
Can Kev convince Trish to take a leap of faith?
Or will he simply crash and burn?
It's damage limitation now.
I'm having a panic attack.
This is my fault.
Trish and Kev's worlds collided 18 months ago at a roller disco.
The first time I laid eyes on him, he looked like an absolute idiot.
I had a big afro, a gold, shiny shirt
and bright, electric pink flares.
Kev spotted damsel Trish struggling to hold her own on the dance floor
and rolled to her rescue.
I thought he worked there so I let him take me round once.
I'm not even very good, to be honest,
I don't even know why I thought that I could teach her how to skate.
He just asked me for my number and I gave it to him.
I think he was a bit shocked.
I texted her straight away to test out the number.
Luckily, she gave me the right number, which is good.
And with her number secured, Kev was quick to secure a first date.
We met up two weeks later, didn't we?
We kind of became official, we slotted, really,
into each other's lives, really, didn't we?
I couldn't get rid of her(!)
26-year-old Kev is a real-life action man,
running his own business as a fitness instructor and sports coach.
Different to most people, I do love work.
I want to be successful.
Being a sports coach and stuff and running my own business,
I think I can be competitive.
I do get stressed but I try and channel it in the right way.
30-year-old PA Trish came to the UK with her mum and sister
from the Ukraine when she was just a year old.
I remember always wanting to choose my own clothes at that age.
-I didn't get it always right.
We didn't have much to fill the house, we did all share a bed,
but Mum worked hard.
Oh, look, my birthday.
We all had really lovely beds by the end of it!
Coming from humble beginnings,
she's proud of the life her mum Lydia provided for her
and will only fully commit to Kev with her mum's blessing.
It's important for me that the person I'm marrying, that my mum
thinks highly of, and that she thinks they're the right person.
One big sticking point, though,
is neither Trish nor Kev want to move out of their separate homes
and regularly commute across the Thames to see each other.
Kev's in Southend and I'm in Kent.
After we're married, hopefully things will change.
Unless you get it really wrong.
What's more, there's another special someone in Kev's life...
..his best man, Sam.
He's my best friend, he's my best mate by far.
We've known each other for 20 years now.
Also, me and Sam are business partners as well
and we do the boot camps and fitness classes and things like that.
He's like a brother, really.
Soldier Sam served in the elite parachute regiment in Afghanistan.
Sam is definitely a big character, isn't he?
When they're together, it's like banter, it's kind of loud,
they want to be the centre of attention -
they're constantly trying to outdo each other.
Get a nice, deep breath.
And Trish knows that Kev's other other-half could lead him astray.
He does get a bit carried, don't you?
Especially with Sam...
Sam's like the devil on my shoulder and you're like the angel.
I think he'll make the decisions with me
in the forefront of his mind, won't you?
-You will, won't you?
With Sam as Kev's sidekick,
Trish is wary of her big day turning into a joke.
Mr and Mrs - that'll be us soon.
If you get it really wrong, it'll just be like that...
It's really important for me for the day to be quite serious.
I don't want to be made an idiot of.
I don't want to feel like it's a joke.
Hopefully, I'm going to put all of my being into this wedding
and by the end of it,
Trish will be so happy she'll just be flying high, hopefully.
It's time for the couple to say goodbye.
For the next three weeks, they'll have absolutely no contact.
And I'll love whatever you do, hopefully.
-Don't get too carried away with Sam.
Love, leave Sam alone.
-See you on the day then.
The next time they see each other
will be on the most important day of their lives.
-You'll set me off.
-Sorry, I love you.
-I love you.
I'm really going to miss him.
I'm really, really going to miss him so much.
But I just keep on thinking that in three weeks' time
I'll be married to him so I'll have him for the rest of my life,
so I've just got to keep strong
and hopefully he'll keep strong as well...
and in three weeks' time, we'll have the most amazing wedding.
It'll be a lonely time for Trish returning to her empty flat in Kent.
But groom Kev won't be alone because here comes the cavalry,
in the form of best man Sam.
-How you doing, mate? How's things?
-Good, not bad.
-Ready for this?
-I think so, I think so.
-Let's do it.
How you feeling about the whole thing?
It hasn't really sunk in yet,
I don't think, that I can't see her and stuff.
How do you reckon she's going to get on with that?
I think she's going to struggle. It's me, do you know what I mean?
-She's going to struggle, isn't she?
Hopefully he'll just have me at the front of his mind,
it's just a massive, massive task that Kev's got to do.
But it is worrying me, knowing that he's been left with Sam.
If only she knew that Kev's entire wedding plan
has been inspired by his best friend's time in the army.
I was hoping to twist your ear about something.
-About your past in the parachute regiment.
I'm thinking maybe a parachute jump,
included in the wedding at some point.
What, to get her to do it?
I'd like to, yeah.
She's going to go mad.
-Like getting married in the plane?
Why not? And then literally say our vows, say I do or I don't...
Then jump out. She's got to jump out either way.
Either way she's got to jump out, we're not landing until...
-She's going to go mad.
-It'll be brilliant.
So Kev's ambitious plan is to get married
12,000 feet up in the air on a plane.
And if that's not daredevil enough,
he's expecting his bride to skydive immediately after she's said "I do".
Excited by their plan,
the boys have come to Headcorn Aerodrome in Kent to talk logistics.
What you thinking? You nervous?
-It's all right, mate.
I don't know what to expect yet.
Trish is going to go mad.
Using Sam's army contacts, Kev's arranged a meeting
with the parachute regiments Red Devils Display Team.
The plan is I'd like me and my fiancee -
but she doesn't know about it -
to get married by a minister in a plane.
-Right, do you think she's going to be happy with this?
-What's your plan if she says no?
-I'm going to drag her.
-Would you still want to jump anyway?
I'm 90% sure we'll definitely get her in the plane.
But Trish isn't dreaming of a daredevil do.
She's brought her mum and bridesmaids to Hall Place in Kent,
to show them what she'd choose if she were in charge.
Here we are!
Oh, my God.
And keen to avoid anything gimmicky,
this bride is desperate for grandeur on her big day.
This really fits in with how I imagine the wedding to be.
Just really elegant and classy.
-It's very traditional, isn't it?
-Yeah, it is.
It's traditional but yet it's still really classic.
It has a real sense of elegance to it.
Yeah, and that's what I'd like.
Elegant, classy, traditional...
so not the parachute plane Kev's got in mind. Funny that.
SONG: "Come Fly With Me"
He makes his way to the front of the aircraft
and then you jump inside as well.
-Yeah, no worries.
-Stop it tipping up.
Have to come out the budget if we tip the plane, mate.
There's not a great deal of room but this is large for a parachute aircraft.
Now, what we were thinking, was Trish, with one instructor there,
-Yourself, Kev, with another tandem instructor sat there facing that way.
And the minister here strapped to an instructor facing this way
-so we can perform the ceremony.
That's pretty much going to take up the whole of this space here.
So you reckon the ceremony's going to take about, what, 15 minutes or so?
A normal ceremony would be in front of all the family
so you'd mention certain people but it's just about me and Trish.
So it could be...shorter than that.
-You need to get the basic stuff done, don't you?
I'm just going to be looking out the window thinking,
"I'm jumping out in a minute."
I'm still up for it.
Who would you like to go first out of you and Trish?
It's got to be her, mate.
Because, if I jump and she point blank refuses, I'll be like, "What?"
Cos we'll have the minister here so the minister
will probably shuffle back, turn into the door, then they'll go.
Then it'll be you two left...
So the minister's definitely got to go?
Well, he'll be in the way otherwise. Any other questions?
I think that's it all answered.
That's it, I was just about to say I'm happy, but I'm more nervous...
No, I'm looking forward to it now,
I'm just hoping for good weather and a minister that's happy to jump
and I think it'll be the best thing ever.
So Trish will say her vows surrounded by a team of paras
who she's never met.
Not quite the guestlist she's got in mind.
I think Kev knows how important my family are.
He knows how my mum is the person who's going
to walk me down the aisle.
He knows that it's important that she's part of the day.
So I don't think there's any questions there.
It looks like Trish might literally be in for a let down,
as the boys seal the deal on their sky-high wedding.
-How much did it cost?
-You said you'd do it by the hour.
Probably around about 4-500 quid, you're looking at.
Time wise, of the jump and meeting and stuff?
We'd aim to get here for about seven o'clock in the morning.
That'll give us plenty of time to get the jump in.
Plus that gives us the best chance of getting the jump in on the day.
If we turn up early and the weather's a bit iffy in the morning,
then it might mean we have to wait around for a little bit.
But if we turn up late and the good weather's...
Yeah, we might miss the good weather by the time you get here, yeah.
With the plane booked, Kev needs somewhere to hold a reception
and to make his marriage legal after the skydive.
He's found a licensed venue in Essex, 60 miles from the drop-zone...
It's nice though, mate.
It does, yeah, it does look really nice, actually.
I like the building, I really like it.
-Hello, nice to meet you.
-Hello, I'm Sam.
We're planning on having a skydive,
so we're hoping to get married in the plane...
-It would literally be us do that...
The wedding party will travel together, the guests will be here.
So you won't have all the guests with you, the guests will meet you here?
-The guests will be here.
-So we time it so that whatever time
we're going to be finished in here by,
the guests will be here just half an hour before
-so it's not a really long wait.
On a roll, the boys book the reception for £3,900.
-Thanks for your time.
-No problem. Lovely to meet you.
-Good luck with everything.
They'll need it.
In Kent, Trish's mum Lydia and mate Jo
are trying to put the bride's mind at ease.
Trouble is, it's not working.
What do you think the boys are planning for the wedding?
I dread to think, to be honest.
The two of them together, him and Sam...
In this case, two heads will not be better than one.
Do you think that they're like that?
Neither of them are a woman and neither of them
have ever planned a wedding.
That's true, but Sam is on hand to guide Kev
and he's come up with a plan to give his best mate
a permanent reminder of his big day.
All right, mate.
Yeah, I'm looking at a tattoo for my wedding finger.
For his very first tattoo,
Kev's getting the wedding date on his finger.
Although, let's face it,
he's still got a long way to go to catch up with his best man Sam.
-What do you think?
-The wedding ring's on, you'll hardly see it
and it's just something
that means something to you and Trish then, don't it?
In the chair.
All right, let's do it.
It's a romantic gesture...
but perhaps not quite the romance Trish has in mind for her dream day.
If it's not what you want, you've just got to live with it.
-You have, really.
-Oh, don't... Everything you're saying
is the things that I worry about now, you know?
But you should be excited.
You just got to stop worrying, let them get on with it.
If the wedding dress is bad,
then we dress Sam up in the wedding dress and he can marry Kev.
There you go, bang.
Unfortunately for Trish, Sam's about to leave
his own indelible mark on the wedding.
-This was your idea as well.
-Yeah, everything's my idea.
I've either planned the best wedding or I've ruined your life.
Are we ready, Kevin?
Yeah, just really nervous.
It's quite a sentimental thing.
But what if she doesn't marry me...on the day?
Ah, you'll be all right, mate.
Yeah, come on, let's do it.
Let's have a look.
-What do you think? Do you like it?
-I'm so nervous.
I'm thinking, would it be better just to have an initial?
-No, actually, sod it, just do it.
-I hate all of your guts.
-Is that it?
-Is it all done?
-All of it?
Job done. Let's just hope when Trish sees it, she doesn't show him
a different finger.
-Craig, thank you very much, mate.
It's the end of week one and Trish wants to show her mum and Jo
the dress she'd choose if she had control of her big day.
I'm feeling quite excited today, but a little bit nervous.
I don't even want to think about
wearing a dress that I hate on the day.
But that's the least of her worries.
As she's jumping from a plane,
Trish needs something more than a traditional wedding dress.
Something a little more untraditional.
I'm looking for a few...
-boiler suits-type outfits.
-One white. Basically, I'm doing a parachute jump at my wedding.
So I don't just want to jump in a jumpsuit, so I wanted to...
Look the part. Like that?
For your bride-to-be.
I've been married for 30 years nearly
-and I've never done anything like that.
-I'm either brave or stupid.
-Or maybe both.
-No, look, it'll be something to remember.
-When you look back on it, and think how stupid you were
when you can tell your children and your grand-children.
-What a story as well.
-That's right, as long as you survive it.
He might not when Trish finds out.
-£45 I'll charge you.
-Deal, 45, perfect.
As lovely as the boiler suit is,
the bride will need an actual dress for the rest of the day.
That's assuming there is a rest of the day.
Meanwhile, Trish wants something simple, which is funny,
because finding the right dress is proving anything but.
Try this one.
No, maybe like an off-white.
But also as well, not too much bling. Actually, no bling.
I don't mind some straps, that would be quite nice but nothing too booby.
-You'd have one any colour?
-None of this.
-None of that? No pink!
With the boiler suit in the bag, Kev and Sam are now after
something more traditional for the post-jump reception.
-Hi there, how can I help you?
-Hi there, you all right?
I'm looking for a wedding dress.
This is so unnatural for me.
I think we should get one off the sale rail.
-I think we need to pick, like, four or five...
..that we can get someone to try on.
Yeah, I think trying on's the way forward.
What do you think of that one?
The idea's there.
I just don't know if I want the princessy one.
I don't really like these ones.
-That's what fat brides might wear.
-We've picked out...
-We've got five ones.
OK, take a seat then.
While the boys have narrowed their search, Trish has expanded hers.
But nothing's doing it for her.
I don't want to look like Malibu Barbie.
I have seen so many dresses similar to this.
No, I don't like any of it.
There's something on every single piece of the dress. It looks like
I've gone into a fancy dress shop and just got the wedding dress.
If I had this dress I'd feel so cheated.
It looks like I'm a 60-year-old woman trapped in a 30-year-old woman's body.
Or like if you was getting married in Italy.
Do you know what I mean? Do you know what I mean?
This is not a wedding dress.
I actually hate this. I want to take it off.
It looks like it's from a charity shop.
The bling itself just makes it look cheap.
This is the sort of dress you'd wear
if you was getting married in a cathedral in Spain.
I just don't like it.
You've definitely ruled out the net, the shawl, the taffeta.
You've ruled out A-line, you've ruled out big meringue,
you're ruled out fishtail.
You've ruled out all the other styles.
It's just a very confused dress.
-It doesn't know what it wants.
-No. It's so fussy.
-The dress is fussy?
With a long list of things Trish doesn't like,
it won't be easy for Kev to find something he does.
Out of his comfort zone, he's taking a simple approach.
On three, you've got to say, one, two, three, four or five, ready?
BOTH: One, two, three - five.
Let's hope five is the lucky number for Trish.
This might be easier than we thought.
Out you come.
After a marathon effort in the dressing room perfection
-This is absolutely stunning.
-It is. This is very beautiful dress.
I'm actually shaking. Oh, my God. Whoo!
I actually look... I look beautiful.
MUSIC: "Beautiful" by Christina Aguilera
# I am beautiful no matter what they say
# Words can't bring me down. #
It's the most beautiful dress I've ever seen in my life.
I feel like a princess.
I hope he picks something like that.
He could pick something really bloody horrible though.
No, he not, why you worried for? Why worried about?
It's got to at least live up to this
cos if it doesn't...I think I'll kill him.
She might not have to as Kev's found a similar figure-hugging number.
It's quite an exposing dress.
You feel a little bit vulnerable
because it is showing your whole shape.
And so a bride has to feel very confident in wearing that
kind of shape dress.
-How bloody amazing do I look?
I'm sorry but I look amazing. I'm sorry. I feel amazing in this dress.
I feel like I can take over the world.
Go on, buy it.
-I don't think she'll like that.
-She'll love it.
So close, but deciding to play it safe
the boys are going for an A-line blingy number.
The complete opposite of Trish's dream figure hugging gown.
That looks well...
It looks amazing.
-I really like it.
-So do I.
-Agreed on it?
The decision has been made.
Kev spends just under £600 on a wedding dress Trish
won't even be wearing when she finally says "I Do."
It's not safe for her to jump in the dress.
It is a shame, but the wedding dress doesn't really fit the rules and
-But Trish wants romance, not rules and regulations.
And she's struggling to let go of her dream frock.
I just felt so beautiful and so...
..classic and timeless and I could just imagine walking up
the aisle to Kev and him looking at me and going, "Oh, my God.
"Is that Trisha? Yes, it is."
It's just probably so far-fetched from what I'd normally pick,
but it's exactly what I imagined my wedding dress to look like. It was just stunning.
It's the beginning of week two and with the wedding dress sorted,
kind of, Kev's facing his scariest challenge yet.
With soldier Sam AWOL, Kev's left to face Trisha's sister Erica
and an army of bridesmaids alone.
-Where are the bridesmaids dresses?
-Everywhere. See. There, there. Bridesmaids bags.
Loads of stuff. Girls, you ready?
There's four cubicles in there.
-Kev's already chosen a dress and paid £200 for five.
Are you joking?
It might look good on? Stretchy.
-Are you really trying it on?
-Yes, we're trying it on.
Despite their reservations,
all the bridesmaids agree to try the dresses on.
-Well, apart for Trisha's sister Erica.
-I'm not trying it on.
The material and the cut is not very weddingy
and it just looks a bit cheap.
Is there anything else we could try on?
-They're the dresses.
-You'll have to get four instead of five.
Because I'm not wearing that. I'm not wearing that.
Even though it's your sister's wedding?
It's my sister's wedding and I'm not wearing it.
You haven't even tried it on. Why would I even give you the chance to pick another dress
if you're not going to try that one?
-I'm not going to try it on and look like an absolute dickhead.
-I hate bridesmaids.
This has been the worst day so far.
-Aww! The colour looks pretty.
But the material, there's something wrong.
Seeing the girls in their dresses has convinced Erica to try on hers.
It will literally to be able to say to Trisha, "I tried mine on, but I didn't like it."
I'm past caring.
Literally, I am past caring about the bridesmaids' dresses.
That actually looks much better on you than us.
Yeah, but it's like something I'd wear to work.
But I wear shorts and T-shirts to work.
If I put on a half decent suit, then I look like Tom Cruise.
Because I wear shorts and T-shirts to work.
Who the hell are you kidding? You're ginger, you're receding.
-I'd wear this to work.
-You can wear it to work after.
So if you'd wear it to work, why don't you like the dress?
I like it to work, but I don't like it as a bridesmaid's dress.
But it's just a dress, and you're a bridesmaid
so it's a bridesmaid's dress.
There's no rules on what it has to be.
Exactly, no rules.
Which is why Kev's chucking his bride-to-be
out of a plane on her wedding day.
You guys are harder work than all this planning put together.
I think I've won them over.
-If that's what you want us to wear, we'll wear it.
-It's a nice colour.
Kev finally persuades the girls to wear the dresses.
But it hardly matters as he's past caring.
Not sounding horrible, they're just the bridesmaids.
I'm not revolving my choices around my ushers. Or my best man.
So why should I revolve my wedding and mine
and Trisha's wedding around her bridesmaids? It's as simple as that.
Of course you're not revolving your skydive wedding
abound your paratrooper best man.
Oh, yeah - you are.
Completely unaware of Kev's high-flying ideas,
Trish is desperate to glean any information about the big day.
But bridesmaid Natalie has a bombshell to drop.
The bridesmaids dresses were interesting.
We thought they was a joke.
-You being serious?
It's just not something that you or we would have chosen.
-But also I noticed he's had a tattoo done.
-Are you being serious?
-Are you being serious?
-Yeah, I'm being serious.
-I'm being deadly serious.
-A tattoo where? On his hand.
-Are you being serious?
-I'm deadly serious. Where on his hand?
I didn't really see, but there's definitely something going on there.
I don't know. I'm actually going to kill Sam. Sam's the one with tattoos.
-Has Kev got any?
-No, not one.
Why would you have a tattoo on your hand of all bloody places?
-Why a tattoo on your hand?
-What an absolute idiot.
-I don't know.
-What an absolute idiot.
What an idiot.
Oblivious that his new tattoo sent Trish into orbit,
Kev's visiting Mum Linda to show it off.
-You all right?
-You all right?
-Not seen it yet?
-No, what's that?
-It's a tattoo.
-Scabbing a little bit at the moment.
Just hope they don't change the date now or I'm knackered.
-How's it all going?
I think it's going all right.
It's not going to be a traditional wedding.
Me and Trish are getting married on a plane and then parachuting out.
No! Oh, my God.
Kev... Oh, dear.
Well, that's different.
How do you think she'll feel about it?
I think she'll hate it at the start, but she'll definitely do it.
Her reaction will be quite funny, I think.
-Only you, Kev, eh?
Yeah, she'll definitely do it. Won't she, Kev?
Despite being in the dark, Trish seems to have calmed down. A bit.
I was really angry earlier with Kev just knowing that he went
and did things like have a tattoo and it just made me worry about how...
Just things going on in his mind.
It just made me question what he's thinking
and why he's doing these things and making the decisions he has so far.
So, yeah, I was pretty angry with Kev earlier.
It's the end of week two. Time for the hen do.
And it seems it's not only the wedding that's been
influenced by Kev's military best man.
-So what you doing today?
-We're doing army assault course. Army clothes.
It's pretty much of a letdown to be fair.
-I don't know what you've been told.
-I don't know what you've been told.
-I'm going to murder Kevin Cole.
-I'm going to murder Kevin Cole.
-So with that in mind Trish climbs...
-Oh, my God.
-My hat is interfering with my rolling.
-Get through that tunnel.
What you hanging around for?
..and drags her way around the assault course.
You can see my fanny.
Trish might try and protect her modesty
but there's nowhere to hide from the bootcamp's main challenge.
The vertical drop which should be nothing for a girl who is
jumping out of a plane in six days' time.
What is it we're doing, otherwise I don't want to do it.
Is it like a bungee jump? I don't want to do that.
-A really good adrenaline shot.
-I don't want to do that.
I don't think so, darling.
I could deal with things going across but anything that drops I can't do.
I don't even like lifts for that reason. I can't do that.
Good luck, girls. Good luck. Tough luck. Seriously, to him. Bad choice.
With no idea the vertical drop has been, well, dropped.
Kev's stag is in first gear,
mainly because he spent 400 quid on a limo for the lads.
MUSIC: "London Calling" by The Clash
But soldier Sam's not really sure Kev's mind is focused on the party.
really starting to panic about Trish getting in that plane.
He's worried so I'm going to try to chill him out.
With only six days to the wedding,
groom Kev is starting to doubt his master plan.
I don't want to jeopardise mine and Trisha's relationship.
I don't want her to think, "Why has he'd done this?"
I want her to experience it and think,
"You've literally done something I would never normally do."
I mean, every woman wants you to be spontaneous.
There's no more spontaneity than getting married on a plane.
We love spontaneous, yes,
but jumping out of a plane on your wedding day, not so much.
The following morning, and still worried,
Kev meets up with best man Sam for some support.
How you feeling about the day now?
-Just nervous about the jump, mate.
-Whether she'll go through with it?
Obviously my natural reaction is not to want to upset her or to
make her nervous or scared but...
If she does the jump it's going to make her day. I think she'll do it.
-I really think she'll do it.
-I think she will in the end.
-It will just take a little bit of persuading.
-I think she'll do it.
I really think she will.
Well, yeah, but you thought the tattoo was a good idea.
With just a few days to go, Trish gets her invite.
You, your mum and your bridesmaids will be
collected from your house on Friday morning.
Be dressed and ready to leave at 9:00am sharp!
To leave at 9:00?
No-one's going to be able to get to me by 9:00.
There's five people that have got to try to get to me for 9:00.
I'm really, really disappointed in Kev. To be honest.
Really, really disappointed.
For me to say that I must be really, really disappointed in him.
What, because he hasn't considered the bridesmaids?
No, cos I think the whole thing's gone to his head.
I think he's just got carried away.
And that's what I'm disappointed in.
I think he's forgotten that it's actually a wedding.
That it's our lives.
And that's just knowing the pick-up time.
He's managed to ruin the wedding, basically. So that's it really.
I think he's just sucked the last bit of enjoyment out of it to be honest.
It's a shame.
I had more faith in him, but I don't any more.
So far Trish has been less than impressed with Kev's efforts
in planning her wedding.
And she doesn't even know the half of it.
It's the day before the wedding and Trish will get to see
the dress she will be wearing on the biggest day of her life.
Perhaps this will go a bit better.
The dress that I fell in love with was very plain, very simple,
very elegant, very classic.
It was a really lovely, lovely dress.
If he gets the dress wrong, it's something that he's going to
have to live with, not me, so let's just hope he gets it right.
-Hello. Hi, Trish.
-Hello, nice to meet you.
-Come up and take a seat.
-OK, Trish, you ready to come see your dress?
-Come up with me.
It's the moment Trish has been waiting for.
-What do you think?
Just quite unimaginative, really. I'm really surprised.
You have some beautiful dresses, and he's gone for this.
But it's not unexpected. But, yeah. Try it on.
Were you expecting a different shape?
Just something a little more figure-hugging, really.
-But we'll see when we get it on.
If Trish doesn't like the dress, I don't know if she'll even go
through with it at the moment. I feel like she's so stressed out that...
I don't know if he's got it wrong it might be
the nail in the coffin for her.
It's a nervous wait for mum Lydia and friend Jo.
-Trish, it's lovely.
-Trish, you look stunning.
I just don't like it.
-It's got a stupid hoop underneath it for a start which is
back to the 18th century.
And look at the ridiculous shoes.
-What don't you like?
-This. I don't like this. I don't like it.
I don't want it. I want it off.
The most stupid thing I've ever seen.
-I think it's stunning. I really do.
-I think it's lovely.
Disappointed that this is Kev's vision of me.
Any man choosing a wedding dress would find it so hard.
I think he's done such a good job.
-It just isn't my style at all.
-Because you never wear it before.
But still you should feel comfortable in your wedding dress.
I don't like it. I'll wear my own clothes then.
Wear my own clothes.
Can't make me wear a wedding dress.
You geared yourself up to react like that, I've got to be honest.
-I'm not putting up with it. I'm not. No, no.
-You love Kev?
I'm not so sure any more.
But he will see tomorrow
when I'm walking down the aisle he will see my face
and he will know that this is not the dress I want to get married in.
-Get Lydia. Jump up, babe.
Just calm down. Calm down. Just calm down. Excuse us.
Beautiful dress. Maybe not how you want it. You're OK, sweetie.
I feel like I'm having a panic attack.
You know what I'm going to do, I'm going to call Kev.
Whether I have to do something to it or change it that's it.
-I'm not wearing this.
-I'm going to call him.
-Hello, Kev. It's Jo.
-You all right?
Trish has just tried her dress on and she really ain't happy with it.
She's crying. She's had a panic attack and everything, babe.
So can we change the dress with your permission?
I've spoken to Kev.
It's not good news.
He said that...I'm sorry, I was only joking!
He says that he wants you to be happy on your big day
and of course you can change it because he wants you to feel good.
Seriously, you need to get out of this whole...
You can find something beautiful now.
Trish soon finds a second dress
and it's the one that Kev and Sam so confidently rejected.
My God, that is the one.
It is the one, you look stunning.
That is the one.
How do you feel?
Uh...yeah, better than the last one!
-Do you like it?
-Yeah, it's beautiful.
Actually, this is one of the ones that the boys looked at.
Is it really?
I'm really shocked they even looked at anything like this because it's so different.
Do you feel excited now?
Yeah, I actually do. I don't care about anything else!
-I feel I can take on the world in this dress!
That's lucky cos you're going to have a wonderful view of it from the plane.
After three long weeks, it's the morning of the wedding.
Yesterday was perhaps the darkest of the darks.
The lowest of the lows.
The only way is up, really.
The only way IS up. 12,000 feet up, to be exact.
And, luckily for Trish, over in Headcorn
the conditions are perfect for skydiving.
In Southend the boys are up and on schedule.
Underwear, suit, shoes and toiletries, innit?
But that isn't stopping Kev worrying about his high-flying plans.
I'm just proper nervous about Trish, to be honest.
How do you think she'll react?
She'll be emotional anyway.
She's not going to expect this.
Not in a million years, mate. Not in a million years.
But what bride WOULD expect to be chucked out of a plane
on her wedding day?
The end of your life is near.
Well, let's hope not.
Come on, them, we'll get you ready now.
Over in Kent at bride HQ,
the early start has meant the girls are rushing to get ready.
We're not doing very well time-wise.
Really not very well. At all.
The starting time was really unachievable and unrealistic.
I think Kev's probably really nervous.
Because he knows if he's got it really wrong,
he'll have a miserable couple of days!
So, blissfully unaware of her impending skydive,
Trish must first cast an eye over
Kev's controversial choice of bridesmaid dresses.
Oh, my God! What's with you girls?
They're so lovely! What's WITH you?!
They're so ME!
They're completely ME!
Oh, my God!
Oh, my God, they're so ME!
It's now time for Trish to show the girls her dress.
-You look lovely.
-You look beautiful.
It is, it's beautiful.
You seriously look stunning.
Oh, my God, I love it.
-It's so nice.
It's so beautiful.
ALL: Aw! Mwah!
So far, so good for Trish.
But how will she feel in a few hours
when she'll be swapping her dress for a boiler suit,
and jumping from a plane at 12,000 feet?
Over in Headcorn, the boys are at least trying
to make the airfield look...well,
less like an airfield.
Have you got that side?
Screw one in loosely.
They left two hours and 15 minutes late.
Not even an hour.
TWO hours and 15 minutes.
It's about another hour to get here - close to 3½ hours late.
Trish and Kev should be in the air by now
but the late bridal party isn't the only problem.
Over in Essex,
the reception guests are arriving already.
The bridal party are running about two hours and 15 minutes late.
'Oh, really? Oh, dear!'
They're meant to leave Erith at nine. They left at ten past 11.
After an hour's drive,
and not sure where she's heading,
Trish is beginning to worry.
I'm absolutely stumped on this.
I have no idea what it can be, where we're going.
It might be something really crazy.
Don't know. We've gone past Brands Hatch, so we're not going to go
motorbike racing or anything like that,
or car racing, so...
that's one good thing.
I think I'm probably more nervous than Kev at the moment.
Once this is out the way we can enjoy the rest of the day.
I'm not worried about the venue or anything like that.
Hopefully it all rolls into one.
Let's hope best man Sam is right,
because Trish is about to find out what her husband-to-be
has in store for the biggest moment of her life.
Why's Sam here?
Is everything OK?
Is Kev OK?
-Are you doing all right?
-I'm fine. Why are you here?
I'm Kevin's best man.
-You look gorgeous.
You look gorgeous.
Come here. just trust me, all right?
Right, in there.
You two ladies can go in as well.
-Nice to meet you.
-Lovely to meet you.
-Congratulations on your wedding today to Kevin.
What we'll do today is
perform the ceremony at 12,000 feet above the ground.
-You'll get married inside the aircraft
and straight after the wedding
we'll move up to the door and exit the aircraft
and freefall for about 45 seconds,
open a parachute,
-do a couple of turns and land safely on the ground.
You'll be with me, Kevin's going to be with Nathan,
one of our instructors.
My mum won't even see that, it's such a shame.
She is afraid of the heights, anyway.
No, I'm not doing it.
OK, well, I'll just leave you for now.
-Thank you very much.
From what I understand,
we have to get married 12,000 feet in the air,
with nobody there other than me or Kev - for some reason
he seems to think that's a good idea.
I just think he's got really carried away.
It's such a shame cos there's going to be big repercussions for this.
It doesn't look like she's very keen on the idea.
Her mother's not keen she won't see the wedding
She said pretty much, "I'm not going near the aircraft."
I'll still jump anyway.
Shocking, that's horrible.
This is really silly.
Really, really silly.
How are you feeling?
Yeah, all right. A bit disappointed in you.
-She's scared of heights a little.
-No, I'm not scared of heights.
What if we changed it a bit,
-if we did the ceremony by the plane so we could all watch you get married.
No way. That's even worse, next to a plane. No way.
All right, then.
At the moment she's saying every kind of no going.
Basically, it's because she wants people to see her
to get married.
It's meant to be we do what I plan,
not I plan it and she refuses, then we do what she wants.
She'll get what she wants and that'll be it.
Maybe I should have set a precedent
with the dress.
But I was trying to be lenient, knowing what she's
going to be doing today, or not doing at this rate.
-It's what I'm meant to be getting married in.
Apparently we're meant to be getting married 20,000 feet in the air.
With no-one watching, just me and him.
How do feel about this?
I want to take this off, I am actually going to take my dress off,
-I'll put that on.
-You're happy to do it?
-I don't know.
I'm not averse to it now. I just think, "Let him have his day,"
and after there's a lot of things we've got to sort out.
I've done skydives before, from being in the Army,
and I promise you it would make her day if she did it.
She's not saying she won't do it, she's just a bit taken by surprise.
As far as I'm concerned, this is now Kev's day.
It's nothing to do with us, nothing to do with me.
This is all about Kev,
so we'll go along with it,
whatever Kev wants us to do,
and then after, I'll start my life and we'll have to deal with the consequences.
If I don't do it,
the day can't be done, can it?
So I have to do it.
I'm not saying I want to do it
but I have to do it,
so there's some times in life you have to do things you don't
want to do.
It's your wedding day, mate, it's all rolling forward.
it's all going in the motion we want it to go in.
Just enjoy it. Try and chill and enjoy it now.
Hours later, we think we're hopefully rolling with it.
-I'll leave you in the hands of Billy.
While Kev applies the finishing touches to his wedding day,
his bride-to-be is in a boiler suit, face down on the floor.
I want her to appreciate the sentiment behind it.
I need to go to the toilet now.
-See you later.
-Love you, girls.
Over four hours behind schedule,
and Trish is finally moments away from becoming Mrs Cole.
I don't walk up the carpet.
No, I don't want to walk with my mum.
It's not a joke.
After a tough three weeks apart,
Trish and Kev are finally back together.
Hello, nice to meet you.
But it's a frosty reunion.
Let's do it, then. Ladies first, hey, guys?
Well, at least she's on the plane.
But Trish has her own surprise for Kev.
I'm not jumping, by the way.
Oh, my God.
Sam, she's not jumping, mate.
Are you jumping, Kev?
I've done this thinking it'll be a great experience together.
This is the worst day of my life right now.
Kev's high-flying wedding
has failed to even get off the ground.
Fucking... Absolute fucking waste.
No, leave me alone.
-Trish, just change quickly, right?
Kev, we need to, like, remember it as a good day.
Come on, baby.
-I just feel like I'm in a nightmare.
-We've got something else planned.
Desperate to salvage the day,
best man Sam calls the reception venue
to organise a wedding ceremony there.
It's gone tits up. But we've just got to get Trish and Kev
dressed as quick as possible and try and chill them both out a bit.
That's that, really. Just got to try and save what we can.
It's damage limitation now.
Which I never thought I'd say about my wedding day.
This is my fault. Erm...
I just keep getting upset.
Half an hour later, having had time to talk,
the couple have agreed to carry on with the day.
Trish didn't want to jump out of a plane.
But with her family and Kev by her side,
she is happy to be whisked off
to her second venue in style.
And Kev finally gets his bride up in the air.
Oh, my God. I don't like it.
I'm sorry. It was just too much.
I was prepared to get on the plane for you and marry you on the plane.
But I think when you saw just how upset I was
to have to do that away from the people I love...
Yeah, it's too much. Which I apologise for.
You don't have to apologise.
It's just the most stupid idea you've ever had.
It just so happens it was our wedding.
It's the most stupidest idea you've ever had in your whole entire life.
It's close. I've had some bad ideas.
No, no, this has been the worst decision you've ever made.
-What marrying you, or...?
Forgiven but not quite forgotten,
Trish is now getting the wedding she's always dreamed of.
We're here today to witness the joining in matrimony
of Kevin and Patricia.
I call upon these persons here present to witness
that I, Kev Ryan Cole, do take thee...
I love you.
..Patricia Perry, to be my lawful wedded wife.
I love you so much.
Patricia, I give you this ring as a symbol of our marriage.
I promise to be loving,
faithful and loyal to you throughout our married life together.
Kevin, I give you this ring as a symbol of our marriage.
I promise to be loving,
faithful and loyal to you throughout our married life together.
So, Kev and Patricia,
we all hope that the feelings you have for each other today
will continue to grow stronger and deeper
throughout the years to come.
Not all of them!
It gives us the greatest pleasure to declare you are now
husband and wife.
And Kevin, Sir, the moment you've been waiting for...
You may kiss your bride.
Can I take her?
It seems the groom who planned to jump out of a plane
with his bride on their wedding day in has turned it around.
But does Trish have any regrets about not doing what he planned?
I wasn't prepared to jump out. There was never a point...
Even if I'd known that this amazing venue in all of this would
have happened after, I don't think there would've been anything
that would've changed my mind. And I felt really awful about it.
You've got nothing to feel awful about. It was me that planned it.
I know, but it just feels like I should've maybe have tried harder.
But it just wasn't in me to do it.
No, it's not you. It's not you, it's me.
I hope Trish has sort of forgiven me and Kev.
It looks like she has.
She can enjoy herself.
Even though Kev didn't always get it right...
Tonight has just proved that I was,
even when I didn't think I was,
in the front of his mind.
It's been absolutely beautiful, baby.
It's been perfect. I couldn't have wished for anything more.
I was jealous from the first time I see you two together, I really was.
I really couldn't have asked for someone better to take
my best mate away from me.
Trish is extravagant. She likes her own way.
This was the wrong process for her.
I could not imagine a worse person to do it.
But Kev appreciates that in her.
She can act up and he just looks at her with love in his eyes.
They are the perfect match, absolute perfect match.
It's awesome to be a husband.
Not even that she's my wife, that I'm her husband.
That's the best feeling in the world.
The fact that we're married is just the most perfect ending
to anything now.
So, yeah, even though it wasn't necessarily a fairy tale,
it ended like one.
-Next week, geeky groom Grant...
..plans the performance of a lifetime...
I want to be her hero. I want to be her white knight.
..for his scientist bride-to-be, Kelly.
That's probably the only dress I actually like.
Can this white knight win his biggest ever battle?
I'll probably literally just be defending her
and fighting my way through.
Or will his fairy princess be wishing she could fly away?
Really, really bored.
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