Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Seattle Bride vs. Dinner Impossible

Tune in tonight to watch Dinner Impossible on the Food Network at 10 p.m. (or in re-runs all week). Super stylist, and lifestyle and entertaining expert Kelley Moore and Seattle Bride Magazine teamed up with the crew at Dinner Impossible to help a couple plan a lightening-fast five-star wedding. In fact, the whole affair was planned in just under five weeks! Kudos to the team at Seattle Bride and Kelley Moore for rounding up an amazing group of altruistic Seattle-area wedding vendors, who donated their time and services to the couple so that they could get married in time to have the bride's father—who was recently diagnosed with a terminal illness—attend the nuptials.

Dinner Impossible is calling the show "Culture-Clash Wedding" in reference to the bride and groom's mixed heritage. Seattle Bride is probably calling it A Day of Gratitude in our upcoming issue in which the story is featured. Pick up a copy when it comes out in July and judge for yourself: Which story is better: TV or Print?!

3 comments:

amanda7752 said...

I watched the dinner impossible episode "Culture Clash Wedding"...the song that was played as the bride walked down the aisle.....What was it? I loved it/ I am getting married in a couple of months and would love to know the name of the song...I have searched everywhere to no avail.....Can you help me?

Ali Basye said...

Hi Amanda,
Congratulations on your upcoming marriage! I got in touch with the bride, Kim, and she says the song she walked down the aisle to was Johann Pachelbel's Canon In D. I did a Google search on it and there are lots of places on the Web where you can listen to the piece to make sure it's the one you want. Best of luck!

sweetnsour802 said...

i saw the show and loved it! do you know who designed her dress or where she got it? it was beautiful and i cant find it anywhere!