M-Net's Wedding Bashers. Picture: Twitter

Save the date this Sunday, for the special season two premiere of M-Net’s popular original local TV series, "The Wedding Bashers". 

The awesome foursome will be making their way to fifteen diverse nuptial celebrations across South Africa, in search of the most perfect and distinctive South African wedding.

This season, the show's resident connoisseurs, decor-guru Zavion Kotze and entertainment specialist Denise Zimba, welcome two new Bashers – Chef and food stylist Zola Nene, who will be honing in on all the culinary delights, and former Miss SA Bernelee Daniell, who will be weighing in on the fashion and style of the weddings.

Along with having the two new Bashers, the format of the show has also been refreshed.

"The Wedding Bashers" will now focus on one wedding per episode, giving viewers the opportunity to intimately experience and share their opinions on the festivities of the couples’ big day. 

The Bashers will still critique each wedding in their various areas of expertise, namely the décor, food, fashion and entertainment, but this season the rating will be done according to a new rating wheel representing levels such as “OMG Amazing” and “Ho Hum”. 

On top of the rating wheel, the Bashers will also rate each wedding with an overall experience score at the end of each episode that, when added together, will determine the top five weddings that make it to the finale of the competition. 

Viewers will also be kept informed of the top five weddings throughout the season, with a brand new leaderboard that will be updated weekly.

 Another addition to this season is that the winning couple will be chosen by you, the viewer. 

The couple that receives the best viewer rating from the Bashers top five walks off with the title of Wedding of the Season and will unwrap some amazing wedding gifts. 

The winning couple will win R250 000 in cash, R100 000 worth of Jewellery from Jack Friedman Jewellers, and a five-night second honeymoon from Seychelles Tourism, courtesy of Constance Ephelia Seychelles and Air Seychelles, valued at R 80 000.