The aim of the day is simple: set a Wild World Record for the 'most brides trashing their dresses'. It's all for celebrating Maleny Dairies 10th anniversary while raising funds for charity SunnyKids.
Women over 18 are invited to frock up for the big day. It doesn't matter if you're single, married or otherwise. It doesn't even have to be your wedding gown– head to your local OP shop for a second-hand bargain on a dress if you still hold some sentimental attachment to yours.
Just how much you trash your white, cream or ivory dress is up to you. But for those who want to really let their hair down, there will be a 70 metre water slide, mud to roll around in and the rest of the farm to run around in. The organisers are promising barrels of laughs.
Every 'bride' who registers will be professionally photographed by Emma Ruddle Photography in one of six scenic settings. All participants will receive a professional 10x8 photo plus a copy of the world record certificates in the mail. All this is included in the ticket price.
Maleny Dairies manager Kay Hollyoak said the day was about giving women a great reason to dust off their wedding dress and take their family for a fun day out at the picturesque dairy farm. "It's a celebration of self for every female and designed to be fun," she said.
Maleny Dairies is celebrating 10 years with this event.