In this age of equality of the sexes, women can do men's jobs, and men can do women's. But there is one area of life where the ladies usually lead and that is to plan their own wedding. Each episode follows a couple through the entire process of organising a wedding- but the twist is that the bride has absolutely no involvement, as she has agreed to hand over all control of the wedding to the groom. She has no idea where she s getting married, or who is turning up, until the big day itself, and she won't see the dress until just hours before she wears it up the aisle. The couple are split up for the month leading up to the big day, and the groom has to pull off the whole thing in secret. Will the relationship survive the strain? Will the groom succeed in pulling together the perfect wedding? And is his idea of perfection anywhere near hers? Would you let your fiancé organise YOUR wedding Daily Mail THE moment I knew I wouldn t be having the wedding of my dreams was when the invitation fell through the door. When I first saw the dress, it was a car crash of a dress. It was huge, with folds and pleats all over the place, and worst of all it was made of a nasty, shiny fabric. It wasn t even white!