My Big Redneck Wedding

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  • 2008
  • 4 Seasons
  • 6.6  (51)

My Big Redneck Wedding is a television shows that presents a series of weddings for country-western couples. Their culture is known for its unique twist on life and tends to be viewed as eccentric and entertaining by other cultures. The term red neck has been given to a group of people who have inherited a backwoods, down home way of living their lives. Marriage ceremonies include being wed on horseback, mud wrestling receptions and camouflage fabric tuxedos. The show provides the viewer to witness out of the ordinary behavior such as shotgun salutes and mattress surfing. Not all couples define tradition in the same way and the viewer will certainly see new interpretations. The term redneck refers to poor, uneducated farmers who typically live the South. Long hours of working in the field caused their necks to become sunburned. It is also a term of endearment and the program reveals the kinds of humorous yet charming antics that only a redneck from the south could conjure up for their wedding day celebration. They tend to have what is called front porch humor and this is easy to see in how they design their wedding day. Some for instance, have been known to hire ex-cons who are ordained ministers to officiate at their ceremony. The couples are not concerned about what the status quo thinks of how they choose to celebrate this important day of their lives. Other redneck wedding ideas have included decorating the reception area with bales of hay and serving crawfish at the reception on plastic table cloths. The main idea is to stay away from fancy and pretentious. Instead, one should strive to be innovative in incorporating what one would use and consume in their everyday lives. My Big Redneck Wedding has helped to reveal to the world what the redneck culture consists of. By following the wedding preparations and ceremonies of real life redneck couples the viewers are able to gain insights into the value system of the culture. The bonus is fun entertainment and lots of laughs.

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Lindsay and Russell
10. Lindsay and Russell
March 18, 2011
Lindsay and her best friend and hunting partner, Russell, are tying the knot, and Lindsay plans to arrive at her wedding on a tractor. The reception will include lawn billiards, bug zapping tag, and carving a beer luge from ice.
Sara and Joe
9. Sara and Joe
March 11, 2011
Sara is an independent girl and knows how to get things done. She is skilled with a hunting rifle and a bow and arrow. Joe is a welder who first started chasing Sara in the eighth grade. These two lovebirds from Missouri will celebrate in true redneck fashion with a chair on skis, horse manure skee-ball and bubble wrap sumo wrestling.
My Big Redneck Intervention
8. My Big Redneck Intervention
March 10, 2011
Bonnie has dreamed about living the good life since her fantasy with soap operas as a child. Now that her dream has become a reality, her family wants to surprise her and remind her of her redneck roots.
Ashley and Lee
7. Ashley and Lee
March 4, 2011
Ashley and Lee are preparing to bring their baby up the redneck way, complete with a camouflage nursery, a mobile made of beer cans, and stringing a zip line to dispose of dirty diapers.
Kim and Mike
6. Kim and Mike
February 25, 2011
Age is not an issue for this redneck couple as Kim is much older than Mike. Already married, they have decided to tie the knot again but in a much more unique way, complete with a cake made of cheese blocks, games and a fishing boat.
Alicia and Brad
5. Alicia and Brad
February 18, 2011
Brad may have lost his hand while in Iraq, but he gained a fiance, Alicia, who is skilled with a bow and loves to hunt. They plan on having a redneck carnival theme for their wedding.
Jennifer and Chris
4. Jennifer and Chris
February 11, 2011
Jennifer and Chris are Italian and Cuban rednecks, from Punta Gorda, Florida. Their ceremony will take place in the mud pit where Chris first laid eyes on Jennifer. Chris' dad will officiate the ceremony but only if he's paid in beer and after he teaches his son how to roll cigars for the wedding.
Jessica and Kevin
3. Jessica and Kevin
February 4, 2011
Jessica is becoming Kevin's fourth wife and they will tie the knot on rugged terrain on a pile of rocks.
Tina and Chase
2. Tina and Chase
January 28, 2011
Tina and Chase decide on stuffed squirrels dressed as bride and groom for their cake topper. While Tina is focusing on the cake, Chase does his best to finish stuffing their animal centerpieces in time for the big ceremony.
Jessica and Justin
1. Jessica and Justin
January 21, 2011
Jessica and Justin have decided to get married in a mud pit. Justin plans to go all out by giving his bride-to-be a sandpaper pedicure, hiring a beer-chugging clown and -- in a Big Redneck Wedding first -- taking his buddies along to help him pick out a wedding dress. With an antler-topped cake and jet ski mud-sledding, you know this is going to be a wedding to remember, as long as Jessica isn't too tired from late-night cow-tipping to marry her redneck Romeo.
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My Big Redneck Wedding is a television shows that presents a series of weddings for country-western couples. Their culture is known for its unique twist on life and tends to be viewed as eccentric and entertaining by other cultures. The term red neck has been given to a group of people who have inherited a backwoods, down home way of living their lives.

Marriage ceremonies include being wed on horseback, mud wrestling receptions and camouflage fabric tuxedos. The show provides the viewer to witness out of the ordinary behavior such as shotgun salutes and mattress surfing. Not all couples define tradition in the same way and the viewer will certainly see new interpretations.

The term redneck refers to poor, uneducated farmers who typically live the South. Long hours of working in the field caused their necks to become sunburned. It is also a term of endearment and the program reveals the kinds of humorous yet charming antics that only a redneck from the south could conjure up for their wedding day celebration.

They tend to have what is called front porch humor and this is easy to see in how they design their wedding day. Some for instance, have been known to hire ex-cons who are ordained ministers to officiate at their ceremony. The couples are not concerned about what the status quo thinks of how they choose to celebrate this important day of their lives.

Other redneck wedding ideas have included decorating the reception area with bales of hay and serving crawfish at the reception on plastic table cloths. The main idea is to stay away from fancy and pretentious. Instead, one should strive to be innovative in incorporating what one would use and consume in their everyday lives.

My Big Redneck Wedding has helped to reveal to the world what the redneck culture consists of. By following the wedding preparations and ceremonies of real life redneck couples the viewers are able to gain insights into the value system of the culture. The bonus is fun entertainment and lots of laughs.My Big Redneck Wedding is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (46 episodes). The series first aired on January 11, 2008.

Where to Watch My Big Redneck Wedding

My Big Redneck Wedding is available for streaming on the CMT website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch My Big Redneck Wedding on demand at Amazon and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    January 11, 2008
  • IMDB Rating
    6.6  (51)