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New Wedding Series To Feature Unique Traditions of Cultural Celebrations
A major cable network says “I do” to a new series that features unique wedding ceremonies from across the globe. Each one-hour episode will follow the entire matrimonial process, from the pre-nuptial frenzy to the heartfelt moment at the altar to the colorful after-wedding reception.
Though each ceremony is held on American soil, the traditions and customs of each individual story is uniquely international, culturally rich, and filled with often strange and wondrous rites. Plucked from ancient practices and century old traditions, these weddings are singular to the couple’s heritage. From the Zaffa wedding march and performing belly dancers in Egypt; to Iceland, where the bridal promenade meanders through the village; to the smashed dishes, circle dancing, and often week-long celebrations of Greek weddings and to the “jumping of the broom” in Africa; this new series will feature “couples of culture” who honor and embrace their cultural identity through the loving act of marriage.
Each story will be one of profound love and commitment and will celebrate the act of marriage. “Regardless of who performs the wedding or how it is performed, no matter what culture the ceremony celebrates or where it takes place or in what language it is spoken, the end result is still instantly recognizable as the unification of two souls,” says Mark Soldinger, President of Firecracker Films, who will produce the project.
Producers from Firecracker Films and the casting team from Metal Flowers Media are currently seeking wedding stories to be featured in the series. For more information or to refer a candidate, please contact Ivette Garcia at Metal Flowers Media: email@example.com, or log on to www.facebook.com/metalflowersmedia to find out more.
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