Wedding Details Set for Get Married in Times Square Following Conclusion of Voting

The voting is done and the details are set for the wedding of Marine Corps Reservists Bethany Phillips and Geoffrey Dubie, the winners of Get Married Media‘s Get Married in Times Square contest.

Phillips and Dubie will have their wedding preparations, walk down the aisle, wedding vows, ring exchange, recessional, and reception chronicled by Get Married and broadcast live, as well as on large LED screens around Times Square. Get Married will host a reception for the couple’s friends and family at Hard Rock Cafe New York in Times Square.

Sponsors of Get Married in Times Square were Barceló Hotels & Resorts, David’s Bridal, Charm City Cakes, Hard Rock Cafe New York, Jean Yves Tuxedos, Timeless Designs, and Waterford Crystal.

The winning details, via online voting, follow after the jump:

Honeymoon: a seven-day/six-night stay in the all-new, all-inclusive Barceló Bávaro Palace Deluxe in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.

Wedding gown: an ivory charmeuse V-neck halter gown with beaded embroidered dropped waist, featuring a godet chapel train, from David’s Bridal.

Bridesmaid dresses: black strapless satin ball gowns with pick-up skirts and satin sashes in watermelon, also from David’s Bridal.

Reception menu: filet mignon at Hard Rock Cafe New York.

Tuxedos: Steel Grey Twilight tuxedos made exclusively for Get Married in Times Square by Jean Yves Formalwear, with the coats having single-breasted two-button notch collars with flat satin covered buttons, satin lapels with self edge, side vents, double satin besom pockets, satin trimmed breast pockets, and no sleeve buttons with telescopic sleeves.

Wedding bands: platinum wedding bands from Timeless Designs, with Bethany getting the classic pave set band with migraine, and Geoffrey a classic octagon shape with beveled edge and brushed finish.

Tableware: Waterford Crystal will set the reception table, provide champagne flutes for a special toast, and give the couple a full set of wedding crystal and the Vera Wang Lace by Wedgwood china. The bride and groom will also help install the Waterford Crystal triangles on the Times Square Ball Dec. 27.

Invitation: the “City Celebration” invitation — a bright white, non-folding card with fuchsia firework bursts over a big city skyline in grey — from Shop GetMarried.

Favors: beaded snowflake ornaments from Shop GetMarried, crafted entirely by hand from a combination of clear and silver beads, complete with a white satin ribbon.

Bridesmaid gifts: monogrammed black-and-white polka-dot hanging cosmetic cases from Shop GetMarried.

Groomsman gifts: monogrammed, ultra-versatile Deluxe Sports Duffle Bag from Shop GetMarried.

Get Married Media founder and editor-in-chief Stacie Francombe said:

The voting results have been as thrilling for our couple as it has been for our online audience and social following. The options were exceptional, and our bride and groom are so happy with what the audience chose for them. We are incredibly excited to share this special experience with Bethany and Geoffrey, our amazing partners, and all of the millions of onlookers of Get Married in Times Square.

Phillips added:

We can’t believe the big day is almost here — it has been quite the exciting journey! We are so pleased with all the amazing wedding details selected from Get Married’s fans and couldn’t be more grateful. To be the first couple to marry as part of the New Year’s Eve celebration in Times Square is beyond our wildest dreams.

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