In the first-ever episode, notoriously disorganised Sam is left to organise his wedding to bride Katy - who wants two completely different weddings rolled into one
Skint graduate Jip and budding actress Majita are getting married before they've even moved in together. Jip's got 12 grand to plan the big day, along with some unique cost-cutting methods...
Lee and Sophie have a new-born baby and are desperate to tie the knot ASAP. Sophie may be a 'little diva', but Lee thinks he's absolutely smashed it out of the park with his traditional wedding.
Serina is tying the knot with her childhood sweetheart Andy, who's channelling his inner Simon Cowell by holding auditions to find the perfect evening entertainment for their wedding
A regal, glamorous wedding is what Naomi's dreaming of. And luckily, husband-to-be Vu has planned just that. But will he make it down the aisle after a raucous stag do the night before?
The usually immature Jason is out to prove he can be grown-up by throwing a classy wedding for fiancée Cassy. But after slapping strangers for fun on his stag, will he stay sensible for the big day?
Groom James has got his work cut out to give self-confessed 'Bridezilla' Hollie her perfect day - which certainly doesn't include a last-minute, unplanned venue change
Nick's planning an elaborate, celeb-style wedding to cater for his bride-to-be Laila and her five bridesmaids. It might just prove too good for Laila come the big day, though.
Nurse Pippa has surrendered control of her wedding to fiancé Tony. Will his bumper Dutch stag do - on which he takes her dad - distract him from selecting the perfect dress for his bride-to-be?
Paula's counting on a classic wedding, but the planning isn't exactly groom Rodney's forte, and he can't seem to make a final call on anything. And then he's nowhere to be seen on his stag night...
The last thing Linda wants on her wedding day is anything tacky, garish or themed. Groom James didn't get the memo though, and has got a Las Vegas-inspired reception up his sleeve.
Apparently, Stephen's always imagined his wedding would be a grand, medieval affair. So that's exactly what he's planned for his bride-to-be Shelley, who just wants something normal.
Military man Paul intends to plan his wedding to his fiancée Emily with painstaking precision. The karaoke reception he's got planned could prove divisive, though.
Groom Wayne wants to book a wedding band that he's certain fiancée Leanne will hate. But he's got a plan to make sure he keeps her sweet: serenading her on the big day.
Catherine's dying to have a traditional Scottish wedding full of kilts and bagpipes when she gets hitched to fiancé Richard. He, however, is thinking more of Antigua than Aberdeen.
A hen party disaster leaves Katie feeling deflated, while husband-to-be Darnell has a raucous stag do and even turns his hand to stripping. Can he turn things around with the perfect wedding day?
Can Ritesh give fiancée Sheena the Hindu wedding of her dreams? And will a special dance routine he's planned with his groomsmen leave Sheena feeling loved up on the big day?
Hard-partying Jonny is tasked with planning his wedding to super-organised bride-to-be Ayca. He's delighted with his find of a giant tipi for a venue. He's just got to put the big tent up, first...
Lauren has her heart set on a wedding in a Catholic church, but she's worried that fiancé Luke will have other ideas. He, meanwhile, is just desperate for a shopping trip with her bridesmaids to end.
Laura and Sean have been engaged for seven years and are finally tying the knot. Well, they are if Sean actually organises anything. Only one woman can get this wedding back on track...
Music-loving Stuart has got a rollercoaster ride in store when planning his wedding to fiancée Vicky. And his troubles aren't helped by an interesting wardrobe malfunction on the big day.
Patrick wants to please everyone with his wedding to Emma, aiming to merge his wish for a gigantic pool party with her dream of a classy, traditional wedding. This should be interesting.
Groom Ryan is determined to give his bride Fern a classy, glamorous wedding. His best man Matt has his own agenda though: a no-holds-barred stag do in infamous party city Prague.
Headstrong Hannah knows exactly what she wants from her wedding. And after a five-day stag including a trip to Poland, groom Andy feels her wrath when he makes a footwear error.
Bride-to-be Sally mightn't be feeling too sweet about her fiancé Colin's idea to turn up to their wedding dressed as Willy Wonka. Will she be a fan of the chocolatey big day he's planned?
HMS Belfast, a huge naval ship on the Thames, isn't the most natural wedding venue. But it's the one Ian has picked for bride Reanna. And he's got the added task of pleasing her big Greek family too.
Lotty is worried her husband-to-be Tom won't take his wedding planning duties seriously enough. He wants to prove her wrong, but needs to survive an epic, cider-drenched Bristol stag do first.
Fasten your seatbelts - it's time for one of DTTB's most iconic episodes ever. Simon's plotting a Las Vegas wedding for his fiancé Kaleigh, but he might just rip the whole family apart in the process.
Snow? In July? No, we're not in Antarctica. We're at James' wedding to Charlotte, where he's put on a winter wonderland complete with snow showers, Christmas trees and... Pingu.
It's Don't Tell the Groom as daring Dan plans a wedding for his picky groom Mark, who doesn't want anything too camp. Which is a shame, as Dan's organised a cabaret reception full of drag queens.
Laura's dream country wedding is a world away from the beachside big day fiancé Mitch has planned. And after going surfing on the morning of the wedding, will he even make it back in time?
Is there anything more romantic than a boarding school? Not according to James, who's booked Dulwich College school hall as the venue for his wedding to Mercy.
Farmer Nathan is plotting a rural knees-up in a big old barn for his fiancée Nicky. But will his plans be derailed by his soon-to-be mother-in-law, who wants to plan the wedding herself?
Oasis-obsessed Hywel wants to turn his wedding to Beca into a music festival. And just like Glastonbury, the big day starts out with torrential rain. Will it be a washout?
Patsy Palmer runs us through some of her favourite moments from DTTB. There's drama galore, stacks of romance, and a fair few tears...
We take a trip down memory lane to look back on some of DTTB's messiest weddings ever, giving the brides the chance to have their say on how their grooms did. Are our happy couples still happy?
John's got unique ideas for his wedding to Jackie, including a nose-shaped cake, a reception in a working men's club and a skydive on the big day. Oh, and did we mention Jackie's terrified of heights?
Stacie makes all the decisions in her relationship with rugby lad Josh. But it's Josh who's calling the shots when it comes to their wedding. How will his Jamaican-Irish hybrid theme go down?
Cameron wants to give fiancée Sarah the wedding of her dreams, while also paying tribute to his Indian heritage to make his mum happy. But sending Sarah on a paintballing hen do isn't the best start.
Bookworm Lucy just wants a traditional English wedding. So groom David might have smashed it with a Pride and Prejudice theme. This Mr Darcy just needs to figure out how to ride a horse first.
Fisherman Harry's got two great loves in his life: the sea, and fiancée Mel - who happens to hate being out on the water. So a boat trip to the wedding reception is certain to be a massive hit.
Hedonist Luke is planning two weddings for bride Alex. A quickie in a registry office in the UK, then a big bash over in Ibiza. Neither are the traditional nuptials Alex has been dreaming of, though.
Kara worries that her soon-to-be husband Alex might be a bit immature for marriage. But Alex is setting out to prove her wrong with, er, a wedding inspired by a primary school summer fair.
Ex-footballer Steve thinks he's onto a winner by planning to tie the knot to demanding fiancée Kayleigh while on a rollercoaster at Thorpe Park. There's more drama than a World Cup final in this one.
Andrew's torn between two worlds when it comes to planning his wedding to his fiancée - and former boss - Amanda. Will his laddish past get the better of him?
Lauren's hopes for a classy, mature affair on her big day have no bearing on fiancé Charles, who is instead plotting a sci-fi wedding at a science museum
Anna's been tasked with planning her wedding to bride-to-be Sian. But Anna's aversion to all things girly proves difficult when buying a dress - and organising a rather underwhelming hen do.
Victoria is not enjoying the build-up to her wedding to fiancé Nick Royle. She's stressed out and constantly on edge. Will his grand plan for royal-themed nuptials ease her nerves come the big day?
In a special Valentine's episode, Darryl hopes to be his fiancée Clodagh's knight in shining armour... by organising a DIY wedding with a meal on a badminton court
In a Mother's Day special, James wants to give his fiancée, new mum Daisy, her dream wedding. But in a unique twist, he'll have to plan it with the help of his combative soon-to-be mother-in-law.
It's Christmas time, and that only means one thing: er, revenge? Some of Don't Tell the Bride's bravest brides are getting the chance to get their own back on their unsuspecting husbands.
Don't tell the bride-to-be. In this special episode, a bunch of daring grooms propose to their partners in the most outlandish, romantic and downright crazy ways imaginable.
Ben's used to having strong women in his life. Fiancée Sarah 'wears the trousers with three belts', and his mum's always telling him what to do. But for his wedding, he's doing things all his way.
Katie's dreams for a glitzy Hollywood wedding don't quite tally with her husband-to-be Mike's plans: a big Blackpool bash complete with a bouncy castle and a bucking bronco
Nichola wants a pink and girly Essex wedding, but history-obsessed groom Nathan can think of nothing worse. Something a bit more classic is his cup of tea, as he proves on his stag do...
Big-spending Adam is planning a gigantic wedding party in a luxury mansion for fiancée Lydia, complete with swimming pool, tennis court and... a Simon Cowell lookalike?
Heavy metal rocker Martyn is tasked with planning a fairy tale wedding for his bossy bride Terri. He must decide between a theme fit for his princess, or his dream of the ultimate metalhead wedding.
Big kid Chris wants a fairy tale wedding to show the mother of his kids how much she means to him, but Corrine is more concerned with the practicalities of being eight months pregnant on her big day
Although they've only been together for a few months, space cadet Anthony aims to complete mission improbable and give Holly a wedding that is out of this world
Ian must prove he can plan a wedding for part-tomboy, part-Gypsy princess Hayley. For her the more bling the better, but water and wetsuits may stand in the way of Hayley's perfect wedding...
Bride-to-be Melissa wants her wedding day to take her back to her Irish roots, but Scouser Terry wants to include his own Ghanaian heritage in a big home-town bash
After a disappointing proposal, bride-to-be Jemma wants a majestic big day. So groom Noel throws a party-themed wedding in Magaluf, complete with kebabs and pole dancing.
Becky's desperate for a classic, stylish wedding. Enter husband-to-be and pro wrestler Mike, who's looking to make sure that the wedding bands on their fingers aren't the only rings at the ceremony...
There's some more Yuletide revenge in store for a bunch of unsuspecting grooms, as their brides come up with some inventive ways to get their own back
Nick is plotting a romantic, Christmassy wedding for fiancée Rosie, complete with a ceremony on an ice rink. But with Rosie allergic to all things soppy and cringe, Nick's skating on thin ice.
Dodgy dresses. Tears. Tantrums. And more drama than an EastEnders Christmas special. Scott Mills counts down Don't Tell the Bride's 10 best episodes so far, as voted for by viewers.
Jade wants an intimate family affair for her wedding to Levi. Instead, Levi's planned a ceremony at half-time during a Stoke City FC game. Because it's every girl's dream to get wed in football boots.
A massive, glamorous wedding is what Rian's after for her big day. But will there be enough cash left in the budget after groom Matt spends a week in Vegas for his stag do?
UFO enthusiast Liam's big day looks more like a scene from a sci-fi film than a wedding, which will surely please fiancée Lynn, who's dreaming of a proper princess affair
DJ Louis is planning a warehouse rave of a wedding in the heart of London, inspired by Ibizan club nights, for bride-to-be Zindzi
As a wedding photographer, Emily knows exactly what she wants when it comes to her big day - a lavish stately home affair. Groom Joe, meanwhile, is planning to get married up a tree.
Fitness fanatic and tanning salon owner Lloyd plans to combine his two passions into one bumper big day on Muscle Beach in Los Angeles. But that's not the countryside do bride Victoria wants.
Music-mad Perry is turning his wedding to Lauren into a gig at an iconic London music venue. A convoy of mod scooters picking her up goes down well. Until she has to put a helmet on, that is.
Rory's a risk taker. He says so himself. His latest gamble? Planning a wedding on a beach in his native Ireland for feisty Welsh bride-to-be Rhiana, who's got her heart set on a traditional Welsh do.
Professional boxer Ahmet has decided on a 'posh ghetto' theme for his wedding to fiancée Daina. But with a transport issue on the big day, will Daina even make it to her own do?
Adrenaline junkie Kev thinks sky diving in is the best way to arrive at a wedding. But he hasn't realised that making bride Trish leave for her wedding at 9 in the morning could cause a problem.
English teacher Grantt's plotting a wedding straight out of a fairy tale for bride-to-be Kallie, full of 'acrobatic ninjas' and fairies. And he's planning on designing the wedding dress himself.
Luke's got two big loves in life: fiancée Jess, and motorbikes. Lots of motorbikes. So when it comes to planning his big day, he knows exactly what theme is going to rev his engine.
Get your thermals at the ready. We're off to Switzerland where snowboarder Darren wants to get hitched to bride Bronte in the middle of the Swiss Alps.
Will travelling to Thailand to get three suits made, pick up a wedding dress for his down-to-earth bride Jay and have an unforgettable stag do pay off for cheeky chappie Ian?
Rock star turned zookeeper Scott spends under £100 for a wedding dress for his paramedic bride-to-be Verity, leaving him £1800 to spend on life-size plastic animals to decorate the reception
Dave wants to whisk his water phobic bride-to-be Rosie off to a remote island wedding. But it's not just any island. It's Lundy Island off the coast of Devon where the bride once nearly drowned.
Harry Potter fan Sean needs all the help he can get planning a spooky witches and wizards-themed wedding in a forest for his bride-to-be Nicole
Self-confessed tattoo addict Adam wants an unconventional wedding at a London tattoo convention. Dani wants a day in the grounds of a beautiful castle. Dani's not got a say, though.
The sky really is the limit for David as he plans nuptials in a hot air balloon for bride-to-be Elle. How will she take to getting married with all her guests having to look up at her?
In an attempt to avoid all things traditional, will James forget he's even planning a wedding? And will his gritty, urban vision for his and Hollie's big day be bold or leave his bride cold?
Ah, Pride and Prejudice. It's the ultimate romance. And the wedding theme of bride Alex's dreams. Groom Alex, meanwhile, is planning a big day featuring pig racing and wellies...
Bride-to-be Rena dreams of a classic, intimate wedding. So in true DTTB fashion, groom Wesley is instead organising a car-themed wedding inspired by his favourite film series.
Nothing says 'I want to spend the rest of my life with you' like forcing your beloved - in this case bride Ellie - to do a tandem bungee jump on your wedding day. That's according to Craig, anyway.
James longs for a traditional big day, so how will he react when groom Jack books a cast of actors to perform a Shakespeare classic? At least he hasn't chosen a tragedy.
Steve plans a wedding with an icy twist for bride Emma, theming it around a children's animated movie. Will his big ideas leave Emma wanting to let him go?
Bride Ellis has dreamed her whole life of a quiet church wedding. So will it be murder on the dancefloor when party-mad groom Luke decides to plan a rave-inspired do?
Richard's gambling everything on a Welsh mountain-top wedding for his bride Jody. But with even his best man unsure about his outdoor plans, Richard's facing an uphill battle to pull this one off.
Jaydene would love nothing more than to get married in the same church her parents and grandparents tied the knot in. Cue groom Luke, and his plans for a rollerblading wedding on skates.
Big kid Mathew's got some grand ideas for a swashbuckling pirate adventure-themed wedding to bride Jamie-Lee, who's just hoping she can be the centre of attention for once
What's better than a soap wedding? Nothing, according to Dele, who's organised an EastEnders-themed do for bride Tracy - with some help from a famous Albert Square resident.
Comic book lover Anthony has planned an underground Batcave-like wedding for Lauren, who doesn't like 'the dark', 'small spaces', or 'nature'. A cave is surely right up her street then.
Ola's handed over control of her wedding to super-cool groom Raphael, who's looking to plan a gigantic Nigerian wedding for the ages. But last-minute planning could derail the whole thing.
Groom Dan plans to prove his romantic prowess by organising a grand Shakespearean wedding in Italy for bride Kate. However, he'll be hoping for a happier ending than the play he's inspired by...
Survival expert Tom's only thinking of one thing for his wedding to fiancée Sue: a rugged, outdoor affair amid the elements on a remote Scottish island
Sophie is all about romance. Luckily for her, so is her groom Alex. Unluckily, his idea of romance is saving her from a horde of attacking zombies on their wedding day.
Bride Kelly's dream as a child was to be a pro dancer, but her aspirations were cut short by illness. Fiancé David is planning a vibrant wedding with a dancing flash mob. In a shopping centre.
Petrolhead Adam has decided to throw his wedding to Victoria in the middle of a car show. With, for some reason, an Elvis impersonator called Elvin officiating the ceremony.
Kate wants a serious, traditional wedding. But as we all know, that's not how it works on DTTB. Her fiancé, joker Kyle, is instead planning to enter her in a demolition derby on the big day.
Most brides want their big day to be magical. But Sarah's fiancé Jack is taking that sentiment a little too literally, with a magic show wedding in a converted cinema.
After a disastrous wedding planning trip to Spain where he organises precisely nothing, Josh has to conjure up Amy's perfect wedding with a chunk of the budget gone and very little time...
Ellie has specifically said that she wants no OTT themes or dwarf jokes in her wedding to Lee, who has dwarfism. So naturally, Lee is planning a Snow White-themed wedding complete with seven dwarfs.
Will it be sink or swim when Tommy organises a wet and wild wedding for his water skiing champion bride Hannah? There's just the tiny snag of Tommy being unable to water ski to sort first.
Adrenaline junkie Lee's throwing a wedding featuring an extreme sports display. Unfortunately for bride Ami, it involves her being very much a part of the nerve-shredding action.
Harry proposed to Rosa while they were on holiday in India. So, never one to mess with a winning formula, Harry's turning to India again for a big, brash, Bollywood-inspired wedding. In Brighton.
Fashion is always divisive. And so it proves when James organises a catwalk wedding for bride-to-be Jenna. Come the big day, we might have a runway runaway on our hands...
Andrew wants to transport his fiancée Jenni away from their difficult lives. Jenni's desperate for romance, but will Andrew's idea for a fun-filled party wedding in a circus tent hit the spot?