Some of the details have been prearranged. The wedding will take place on Saturday, January 17, 2015. The invitations, a venue that accommodates 48 guests, a cake, flowers, a photographer and a musician are all set and ready to make your day a memorable one. Gloria Mickunas, a professional wedding planner, promises to work with you on the rest of the elements you want.
This prize has a value of more than $15,000.
Would you like to get married on this picturesque island just 25 miles north of Seattle and 70 miles from the Canadian border?
If so, you can nominate yourself by writing what this wedding would mean to you and your significant other and submitting a photo of the two of you before the entry deadline of October 31, 2014 at midnight Pacific Daylight Time. Then get your friends and family to vote for you, maybe even the grocery clerk. The public’s votes will narrow the contestants to 10. Then one lucky couple or the “discovered” couple will be selected in a random drawing.
Voters won’t be left out either. They have a chance to win a two-night getaway on Whidbey Island in a random drawing.
Mickunas says the date is rapidly approaching and might seem a little crazy. But there’s always some drama leading up to weddings. “We’ve made most of the tough decisions for you and now you can personalize the details.”
To find out more about winning a fairy tale wedding in a dreamy destination, visit WinAWhidbeyWedding.
Please come forward if you’re part of the “missing” couple.