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Would you let online strangers plan your wedding?
The Doctors share the story of the bride, who decided to allow the rest of the world plan the details of her wedding after she began getting unsolicited wedding advice after she got engaged.
Via online polls, she's letting people weigh on how many bridesmaids she should have, if she should have a bridal shower, if there should be a honeymoon, if she should have engagement photos, if she should get real or fake flowers, and if there should be assigned seats at the reception.
Ready to vote on the bride's big day? Find out more about this brave bride, here!