Bride and Groom old time radio show features the wedding ceremony of a real bride and groom. The couple shares with radio audiences their love story minutes before they are married privately off the air in the chapel at the Chapman Park Hotel in Los Angeles. For being on the show, some of the couples received a wedding rings, house wares, and an all expense paid honeymoon.
Hosted by John Nelson, we hear about how the couple met, their first date, first kiss, and how they proposed. The couples dressed the part and wore their wedding attire, their immediate friends and family are in attendance (or listening to the radio), and the orchestra plays their song of choice as the exit to be married.
Truly a romantic gem of an old time radio show, Bride and Groom also interviews couples married for 50 years or more. The show later moved to television where couples were actually married on the air.
For other romantic series, see also: Curtain Time, Theater of Romance, Grand Marquee, Romance of Helen Trent, Romance, and Valentine's Day Collection. See also: It Pays to Be Married and The Upper Room (So You Want to Stay Married).