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Byline: VICTORIA BONE

MOVE over mothers-in-law, Colin and Justin are here to redesign receptions and give marriage a make-over.

The DIY duo are swapping cushions for confetti as they take on the task of organising three dream weddings.

And the Glaswegian pair say they're going to be in charge of every last detail, so there'll be no room for interfering relatives.

At the opening of the Ideal Homes Show Scotland yesterday, Justin Ryan warned: "When you go to some weddings you can see it's not really what the bride and groom want, it's what their mothers chose.

"Well we're not having any of that, we're going to be brutally honest and we're going to tell the mothers-in-law to butt out."

Colin, 36, and Justin, 37, currently present hit Channel 5 series How Not to Decorate.

Last year they raised pounds 250,000 for Children in Need with the Million Pound Property Experiment, but now they're ready to branch out. In Colin and Justin's Wedding Bells three brave couples from Scotland, England and Ireland will hand over full responsibility for their nuptials.

Each will present different challenges and test the boys' ability to produce style on a shoestring and the best in big-budget blow outs.

Colin McAllister said: "We're going to redesign romance. We'll plan every aspect and make sure they have the most fantastic day of their lives."
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Date:Oct 16, 2004
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