The episode will air on August 25, 2018 and will focus on four Florida brides tying the knot at four North Florida Wedding Venues

ORLANDO, FL, August 22, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — The show will feature Holly Voutour (née Propper) and Austin Voutour, who got married at The Treasury on the Plaza in St. Augustine, FL on Saturday, September 23rd, 2017 and three other couples who also tied the knot that same year at other North Florida venues. In the episode, those four wine-loving brides from the Sunshine State will put a cork in their friendship to judge each other’s weddings.

Commenting on what being featured on a platform like Four Weddings means for the venue and the St. Augustine/Northeast Florida wedding industry, Mrs. Brenda Bushell, The Treasury on the Plaza managing partner, explained, “Ever since The Treasury on the Plaza opened its doors as a wedding venue four years ago, the demand for weddings in St. Augustine has been tremendous. With its history and romance–and so many beautiful spaces to celebrate– St. Augustine is truly the best destination wedding location to celebrate love, with Treasury on the Plaza, its most treasured wedding venue, as the perfect setting for a fairy tale wedding. Four Weddings will help us share all that St. Augustine and our venue have to offer.”

For Holly and Austin’s wedding, which received rave reviews from the other brides featured on the episode, The Treasury on the Plaza’s Grande Ballroom was magically transformed from a romantic wedding venue for the ceremony into a swanky wedding reception space. The couple shared a magical first dance under Starry Night Lights as a cloud of fog swept around their feet. The venue’s Vault Bar, converted from the historic bank’s original safe, was a major wow factor for guests.

The Treasury on the Plaza is Florida’s most romantic wedding venue. The venue is located in St. Augustine’s first and only skyscraper in St. Augustine’s downtown historic district. The building is listed on The National Register of Historic Places in honor of both its architectural and historical significance to Northeast Florida.

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