Win a Dream Wedding

Win a Dream Wedding

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  1. Lourdes Burgos says:

    Hello my name is Lourdes I have been with my fiancée for over 16 years. We have four beautiful children. Unfortunate we have not been able to get marry because of financial purposes. We are going that we can get marry soon but it seems like we would have to postpone our plans a little longer because of financial reasons. We have four children and would like to be able to afford a nice wedding so our children can be part of it. If we were able to win it would be amazing for our family and it will finally make our dream of getting married a reality.

    1. PCH Staff PCH Staff says:

      Hi Lourdes, we are elated at your eagerness to win! Keep in mind that giveaway #6900 is a Special Early Look Event. To find helpful information about Special Early Look Event’s, click here: The featured amount is for $7,000 a week for life! How amazing is that?! To see all the ways you can enter in for free daily, click here: Best of luck to all those who enter!

  2. Xavriera Haffner says:

    If I won, I would get my montana country wedding I’ve always dreamed of! My fiancé and I have been together for 3 years. We would be over joyed to be able to have a wedding!

    1. PCH Staff PCH Staff says:

      Hi Xavriera, a Montana country wedding sounds absolutely dreamy!! Keep trying for a chance to win BIG to make that dream come to life! To see all the ways you can enter into our sweepstakes daily, click here: Best of luck to all who enter!

  3. Mari M. says:

    Hi PCH,

    I am writing this in hopes of winning the $50,000 for a dream wedding. I am not even sure if this is the way to do it, and I know it’s a long shot as all of these couples are very deserving, but I will at least throw our story out there.

    I have known my fiancé since high school. We were just friends back then, very different from each other, but very alike at the same time. It was always very clear that we both cared about each other a lot. He was recruited out of high school to go play football in college. I was given an academic scholarship to go to school at the University of Florida. Our lives were going different directions. His lifelong dream was to play in the nfl. I had no idea what my dream was at this point.

    In his first year of playing football, he was diagnosed with cancer on his leg (sarcoma). The doctors threatened of amputating his leg, he went through chemo a few times, his dreams of playing football seemed to be over. He was dealing with this for 3 years until one day he visited another doctor who gave him hope. They froze the cancer on his calf and they were able to perform a surgery where they removed it all. He went from being 200lbs to 140lbs during this the time he was sick.

    Throughout this entire time, we were very close. I watched him struggle and I watched him hurt. Once the cancer was removed, instead of giving up on his original dreams, he trained and trained until he got himself back up to 200lbs. He asked me to be his girlfriend on 6/17/11 shortly after and he became a star athlete in the JuCo in California that recruited him when they found out he was back on the field. At this point, I had graduated and had just started my career in public accounting.

    After those two years, he was then recruited to a school in Texas. After his two years playing in the University in Texas, he asked my parents for my hand in marriage, told them he wanted to be the one to pay for all expenses of the wedding, and he proposed to me on 5/15/15. The day of his pro-day, as he was running his 40 yd dash, he tore his hamstring and hung up his cleats. Now he’s working two jobs to see if he can save up to give us the wedding of our dreams.

    Throughout the years, as we went through all of this, I realized what my dream was…it was him. He was my dream come true. He is the most caring, selfless, hardest working individual I have ever met and it would be amazing if I could take this financial burden away from him.

    Sorry for the lengthy post. Thanks for reading. :)

  4. Jasmine Morrison says:

    Hi PCH,
    I have been watching you since I was a little girl, knocking on doors and surprising unexpected families. I feel blessed that this came across my page. I would like to submit an entry for my future husband (Robert) and I.
    We met in Pacific Beach, CA but should have met many times before, all around the world. He is in the Navy and I am prior Marine Corps. I had a dream about him 4 days before I met him with a Blue Texas Rangers hat on. Then, I saw him at the gym- all I could say “Is that a Texas Rangers hat?”, what was I to say? “Hi, I know you don’t know me but I had a dream about you.”?? – seemed creepy, hahaha.
    After we had met, we went on a date and realized our parents live 10mins away from each other back home in Texas. We haven’t been separated since, now between me starting a business and his work in the Navy it has been difficult to look into our wedding future. We honestly were thinking to just buy a house instead, but our families and selves are so traditional we said even if it is a ranch wedding we’ll do it. Then, this came up… So, here I am along with many other deserving women. We all deserve to have our dreams come true, I have never been one to have anything spectacular happen or a surprise overwhelm me. But! I have seen it on TV! and it can happen.

    Thank you :)

  5. I am entering for my daughter and her fiance. They are two of the most genuine people that I’ve ever met and perfect for each other. Staci, my daughter is a 25 year old first year college student with a dream to become a Science teacher. Her fiance, Scott has a bachelor degree in Aerospace Engineering and is currently studying for his Master’s Degree while working a full time job. They live a very moderate life and are both saving pennies to prepare for the life that they so much want to start together. Storms and heavy rains recently damaged the roof of Scott’s modular home and they had to use money saved to repair the roof and some inside damage. Staci’s car is on it’s last leg and they are beginning to get discouraged about their dream wedding plans. With that being said, I hope this will put them in the competition to win the wedding that they both so deserve. Thanks for your consideration and good luck to all participants!

  6. Jennifer Skinner says:


    I’m writing because I don’t quite know how to enter this contest & if this is the way to do it, then here’s my plea. I don’t really have a date for my wedding because we keep pushing it back because we can’t afford any kind of wedding. Our son died on November 19, 2015 & we are still struggling with that loss. He was born at 17 weeks & only lived for 45 minutes. We struggle every day with not knowing why this happened to us & keeping a positive attitude. Mitchell, my boyfriend, took out a loan on a ring that we can barely afford because I was in a bad place & he just wanted to see me smile again. It was a wonderful proposal on my favorite holiday, Christmas. He wanted it to be perfect & not just what he could afford which is also what we want for our wedding. We could just go to the courthouse, but that is what my mother & grandmother did & they have regretted it every day of their lives. I don’t want to regret anything about my wedding. I am entering every contest that I can find because I want it to be beautiful & I want to be able to invite everyone that is important to me to share in our happiness. We want it to be a wedding that honors the short life of our son. We pray that we will be able to create a happy & beautiful beginning to a new life. I can’t imagine that we would use all 50,000 & would be happy to even donate what we don’t use to another bride.

    Jennifer & Mitchell

  7. Amber says:

    Hello PCH,

    I am writing you because I would like to take the financial burden off my fiancé (Rob). Rob and I met and I instantly knew I met the sweetest, most giving, loving man in the world. Surprisingly, only two months of dating I became pregnant with our beautiful baby girl, Annelies. He propose soon after I became pregnant and has taken care of us for the past year. Due to me being in the beginning stage of my career it didn’t make sense financially for me to go to work and put our child in daycare; therefore I am now a full time stay at home mom.
    Overall, I didn’t come from a financially sound family and I am hoping to be able to contribute by winning this money for our family, & in essence repay Rob for his kindness.

    Thank you for taking the time to read my posting,


  8. Jordan says:

    Everyone has written virtually the same thing, we all would be able to have the wedding of our dreams and it would change all of our lives. We wouldn’t have to worry about cutting costs or not inviting certain people. It would virtually start all of our lives with our loved ones off on the right foot as we would know we were financially secure.

    So I guess I am writing this hoping I get noticed in the sea of people so I can have this money for our wedding in August of 2016. Then let my fiance get the wedding dress she wants and not limit her to the amount of people we are inviting since she’s from a large family (she is 1 of 13 kids and her parents are each 1 of 8 kids).

    Please notice this and let us throw an amazing wedding with all the bells and whistles

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