Mia and Tristan get married on season seven of "Married at First Sight," which will premiere on Tuesday, July 10 at 8 on Lifetime. The show will hold a "Texas-style wedding bash" in Dallas at which it will pay for a courthouse wedding for 70 couples.

Mia and Tristan get married on season seven of "Married at First Sight," which will premiere on Tuesday, July 10 at 8 on Lifetime. The show will hold a "Texas-style wedding bash" in Dallas at which it will pay for a courthouse wedding for 70 couples.

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Lifetime is throwing a wedding in downtown Dallas on Tuesday, July 10, and it could be yours.

The network is rolling out the red carpet for couples in Dallas and six other cities in celebration of the season premiere of Married At First Sight. The first 70 couples to arrive at Renaissance Tower courtyard (1201 Elm St., Dallas), from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., will get a free courthouse wedding. 

While other cities are just getting costs covered, organizers have gussied up the event in downtown Dallas and call it a "Texas-style wedding bash." To help couples celebrate, there will be professional photographers, wedding cakes from The Jenny Layne Bakery, live music by House Special, dance instructors to help couples get started on the right foot and giveaways.

The other cities are New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Las Vegas, Miami and Atlanta.

Dallas is getting special treatment because Married At First Sight will feature three Dallas couples this season. The show features six singles who are matched and meet for the first time at the altar. And, like it says in the Season 7 trailer, "the only way out is divorce."

The show's seventh season will kick off with a two-hour premiere at 8 p.m. on Lifetime, following a matchmaking special at 7. 

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