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Little People Big World: Wedding Farm

Little People Big World: Wedding Farm


The Roloff family returns with an all-new weekly series, following as Matt and Amy open and operate a new wedding venue on their recently expanded Oregon-based farm. Throughout the 6 hour-long episodes, viewers will be invited along as the couple tackles one of their biggest challenges ever – working together to make other couple’s dreams come true. From refurbishing a historic barn to helping plan every perfect detail, the family will battle everything from uncooperative weather to cake catastrophes. The new series will also go back into the family home to share their day-to–day lives, including Molly preparing to leave for college, and Matt & Amy’s impending 25th wedding anniversary. (Source: TLC)
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Prev: 1x06 -- Matt and Amy's 25th Anniversary (Dec/18/2012)


In the first-season finale, Matt and Amy plan a party at the farm to celebrate their 25th anniversary, but sorting out all the details becomes so stressful that they visit Molly at college to take a break.

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Amy RoloffAmy Roloff
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Matt RoloffMatt Roloff
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Warning: Little People Big World: Wedding Farm guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Reality
Genre: Comedy | Family | Lifestyle
Status: Ended
Network: TLC ( USA)
Airs: Tuesdays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: November 13, 2012
Ended: December 18, 2012
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