Rose Parade Wedding Ceremony: One Couple Will Get Married On A Float In The 2013 Parade
So…..anyone want to get married?
I could never really get down with The Today Show’s whole “wedding on the plaza” contest, where viewers choose the dress, the tux, the cake, the honeymoon destination, etc. 
Is it really worth it to have someone else control your wedding details, and get married on national television (in the morning) just so NBC foots the bill?
Throw in some Rose Bowl tickets and yes, Farmers Insurance, I would totally love to get married on a float in the Rose Bowl.
Sign me up. I’m not engaged so who wants to play groom? There’s a Rose Bowl ticket in it for you, too!
I can’t think of a better way to spend my wedding reception than watching USC win the Rose Bowl, and I am 100% not even kidding. 
HuffPo thinks this is a sad product of our reality tv society, but really, the only downside is that you have to apply by October 15. 
I won’t know by October 15th if USC will be in the Rose Bowl, and there is no way - no freakin way - that I would spend my wedding day watching Oregon or Stanford (or basically any Pac-12 school other than USC) beat up on whoever the Big Ten offers up this season. Not even for a free wedding.  

Rose Parade Wedding Ceremony: One Couple Will Get Married On A Float In The 2013 Parade

So…..anyone want to get married?

I could never really get down with The Today Show’s whole “wedding on the plaza” contest, where viewers choose the dress, the tux, the cake, the honeymoon destination, etc. 

Is it really worth it to have someone else control your wedding details, and get married on national television (in the morning) just so NBC foots the bill?

Throw in some Rose Bowl tickets and yes, Farmers Insurance, I would totally love to get married on a float in the Rose Bowl.

Sign me up. I’m not engaged so who wants to play groom? There’s a Rose Bowl ticket in it for you, too!

I can’t think of a better way to spend my wedding reception than watching USC win the Rose Bowl, and I am 100% not even kidding. 

HuffPo thinks this is a sad product of our reality tv society, but really, the only downside is that you have to apply by October 15. 

I won’t know by October 15th if USC will be in the Rose Bowl, and there is no way - no freakin way - that I would spend my wedding day watching Oregon or Stanford (or basically any Pac-12 school other than USC) beat up on whoever the Big Ten offers up this season. Not even for a free wedding.  

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