The House My Wedding Bought Season 2
Was The House My Wedding Bought cancelled or renewed for season 2? When does it start on Discovery+? Now that season 1 is over, fans are wondering if the show will continue for another season or not. In this post, we have summarized everything we know so far about the next season.
What Is The House My Wedding Bought About?
Designer and real estate expert Breegan Jane (Extreme Makeover: Home Edition) will help engaged couples tackle two of life’s biggest decisions in the new discovery+ series The House My Wedding Bought. Available to stream starting Wednesday, June 16, the series follows Breegan as she helps couples on a budget who want to pay for a dream wedding and put a down payment on a house. During the series, Breegan and her clients tour wedding venues and potential homes at different price points to help determine the smartest way to divvy up the budget and get the best of both worlds.
In each episode, Breegan speaks to the affianced to find out how much money each wants to spend. One wants to splash out big bucks on the wedding for a large venue or an elaborate dinner, while the other wants to invest in an ideal home that checks every box on their wish list. Breegan shows the couples ways they can save money, from scaling back on the guest list and type of venue to downsizing plans for a spa bathroom and spacious backyard, so everyone gets the wedding and first home of their dreams.
Fans are invited to connect with the series across the discovery+ digital platforms at discoveryplus.com and via @discoveryplus and #thehousemyweddingbought on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. Fans also can follow Breegan at @breeganjane on Instagram.
Last episode of the series aired on July 7, 2021.
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The House My Wedding Bought Season 2 Release Date
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