TLC’s Four Weddings Winning Bride: Season Premiere

Good morning weekenders! It is nice to have TLC’s “Four Weddings” back on our weekends, isn’t it? I think so. It totally makes me want to jump out of bed and talk about the winner from the season premiere. Yep, I am pretty excited. The winning bride from Thursday’s episode is Chantall! Congrats to this bride and all her gorgeous planning. Her Southern vintage wedding scored her a total of 90 points out of 120 points. Here is the breakdown.

Venue: 23 points
Dress:  22 points
Experience: 23 points
Food: 22 points


The other three brides really liked the venue the best, as she scored the highest in this category. The venue was at an old Plantation. The ceremony took place under the oldest tree on the property. The venue really sets the scene for the wedding, and this venue totally complimented Chantall’s vintage elegant theme. All the gorgeous details of the old world charm was evident in this venue. The perfect place for this bride and her groom. Nice choice Chantall! I really loved this venue as well. The barn where the reception took place was so rustic and all the beautiful flowers and vintage touches came together so well. A lovely space for such an elegant affair. I live for vintage, so when I saw this venue and all the decor, I was in complete love.

Congrats to Chantall for winning an all expenses paid honeymoon. After all the planning of her romantic and elegant vintage wedding, together with her husband, she is ready to pack her bags, and journey to a place of relaxation and luxury. Sounds like a great time. Enjoy Chantall, you deserve it!

Here is a look back at Chantall’s Vintage Elegant wedding:


  1. Jennie Toepfer says:

    As mother of the bride, I was very proud of my daughter and her wedding. We had so many details in addition to the photo booth that weren’t shown on the show including a hot cocoa bar and ice cream bar. The plantation is Louisiana’s oldest plantation. You can check it out at We had a fantastic top-rated cover band who are known for getting people off their feet and dancing ( Our caterer made a spectacular fruit and cheese table that was beautiful. Our thank you favors were mason jars of hot cocoa with different toppings (chocolate chips, crushed peppermint, marshmellows, etc.). We had purple, grey and ivory pasminias (wedding colors) tied on every other chair that the guests could use as a cover up and take as a thank you. Here is the wedding videographer trailer that you can see a few more details:

    • Niloufar Gibson says:

      Thank you for sharing!! You should be proud, it was an amazing wedding from what I got to see! Thanks for the video! loved it!! What a fantastic videographer!

    • bridalhotlist says:

      Thank you so much for sharing. Yes, you should be proud, she did a wonderful job. The video you shared is amazing, and what a great way capture those moments. I loved it!!

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