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Exchanging Vows

The Continuing Story of 'Exchanging Vows'
The 'Order of Service'
'Dear Laughter' - (Wedding Edit)
Our Wedding Planner, Dina Vieira
The 'EV' Launch Party - September 29th, 2003
EV #4 - Holly & Chris / Heather & Jennefer
More Links
'Say Yes and Marry Me'

I saw an ad at the supermarket asking anyone who was looking for a way to propose marriage to call a number to get help doing it.  I did.

  I called and spoke to Jonah and Richard, and made an appointment to see them.  When I got there, I watched a pilot episode of 'Say Yes...' in which a man proposed by having some apes at the zoo put on T-Shirts that said 'Jennifer, will you marry me?'
  At this point, with tears in my eyes from emotions that welled up while watching the show, I figured 'Gee, I'll never top that one'.  I suggested that I could write a song, have my band (H to Oh!) play a gig and tell everyone that the crew was filming a documentary about we five musicians.  They said they already had a music related show, but would think about it.  I drove away planning how one of Lisa's Yoga classes could be turned into a proposal. hhhhmmmm.

 While I waited, I looked at 'The Life Network' to see what was posted there.                                                                        (see below)
Want to "pop the question" on TV?

Marry Me, a new television show currently in production for Life Network, is looking for real-life marriage proposals for its pilot episode. Whether it's proposing while dangling upside down from a bungee chord, flying over Niagara Falls in a helicopter or dressing up as a knight in shining armour with a white charger to boot every zany idea will be considered for broadcast.

Prospective candidates for the show can call 416-537-5004 or e-mail

  I got the call back from Jonah who asked me to check in with him the next week.  I called back then, and got the shock of my life.  'Yes, we'd love to do this' and 'can we shoot it next week?'  Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!  I asked if the following week would be ok, and Jonah said that would be fine.
  In the space of 24 hours I managed to secure a venue, confirm with the band that everyone was available (even Tina who lives waaaaaaaaaay out of Toronto), write the song, set up a web page with all the info and get the band to do a run-through rehearsal of the song (which I recorded and edited so we had a guide).  I called back Jonah, and we were on our way........

Click TV to go to the site that advertised
the 'H to Oh!' media event.
Click the band photo to see pictures from the July 16th evening shooting of 'Say Yes, and Marry Me'

To be continued... to arrive any day now (03/08/29)