Win a Diamond Ring from Whiteflash and FOX – Celebrating the New FOX Series ‘The Wedding Bells’

HOUSTON, Texas — Some lucky author will win a dazzling 1 carat “A Cut Above” princess diamond engagement ring from online boutique Whiteflash.com in an ongoing promotion celebrating the new FOX series The Wedding Bells. “The Perfect Proposal Sweepstakes” is accepting romantic proposal ideas of 500 words or less through April 17.

The author of the most original, romantic and fun submission will receive this beautiful prize, valued at $5000, from Whiteflash. Entry details can be found at Whiteflash.com or www.fox.com/weddingbells.

The generous promotion has already delighted dozens of diamond seekers. 33 exquisite diamond rings, including a 3 carat masterpiece, were presented to excited winners on March 2 in a nationally coordinated “Dig for Diamonds” event presented by Whiteflash.com and FOX Wedding Bells stars Teri Polo, KaDee Strickland, Sarah Jones and Chris Williams congratulated winners at the Hollywood event, covered by Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood, Extra, FOX News, Wire Image, Getty Photos and the Associated Press.

Wedding BellsWhiteflash co-founders Debi Wexler and Brian Gavin are pleased with the company’s affiliation with the new FOX series. Wexler commented, “This partnership is perfect. The show looks great. The Wedding Bells deals with brides and so do we, every day, from the sweetest angel-brides to bridezillas.”

Whiteflash.com is the exclusive jewelry partner of “The Wedding Bells.”

Their signature line of “A Cut Above” diamonds are known as the world’s most visually balanced. The new TV series, from the acclaimed producers of Ally McBeal, Boston Legal and The Practice, is a romantic ‘dramedy’ about a family-owned wedding planning business. The Wedding Bells will air on FOX Fridays at 9/8c.

[tags]The Wedding Bells, The Perfect Proposal Sweepstakes, Whiteflash diamonds[/tags]

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ABOUT THE EDITOR: Aria C. Munro works in the book publishing industry and has been a content editor for the Neotrope News Network since 2004. Her black video iPod is most often shuffling Invader Zim episode vids and Thomas Dolby or Dead Can Dance tunez.