A double wedding on ‘One Life To Live’ means two beautiful dresses to admire

One Life To Live Cast Photo: ABC

One Life To Live Cast Photo: ABC

There’s a double wedding on the horizon on ABC’s Emmy winning daytime drama, One Life To Live. Bo & Nora and Viki & Clint!?! No, the sign on the show was wrong. Clint Buchanan (Jerry vanDorne) is marrying his former sister-in-law Nora Hannon (Hillary B. Smith) in a double ceremony with his ex-wife, Viki Davidson (Erica Slezak) who is marrying Charlie Banks (Brian Kerwin). Confused? Not as much as the citizens in the fictional town of Llanview. This week things get even more complicated on the show when Bo and Nora kiss on the eve of the wedding. Bo just happens to be Clint’s brother, best man, and Nora’s ex-husband. Soap fans will be asking the following questions: Who will Nora marry? Will Nora get married or will she be a runaway bride? It’s always any one’s guess at a soap opera wedding. But one things for sure, they always look good no matter what they are doing. One Life To Live’s costume designer Susan Gammie talked about her choices for the characters in the August 4th issue of Soap Opera Weekly Magazine.

For the brides Viki and Nora, Gammie chose dresses with a soft glow and summer feel to them. Viki wears a champagne colored dress from Rose Taft. Nora’s dress is a blush pink duchess satin gown designed by Pilar Rossi.The bridesmaids are wearing dresses by Nicole Miller. They aren’t from the Nicole Miller bridal line but are part of her cocktail dress collection.

For more info on the dresses: Pilar Rossi Rose Taft Nicole Miller

For more pictures of the upcoming nuptials, visit: SOAPnet.com
One Life To Live airs weekdays on ABC and weeknights on SOAPnet.

Photo: L-R: One Life To Live Cast: Melissa Archer (Natalie), Bree Williamson (Jessica), Erica Slezak (Viki), Brian Kerwin (Charlie), John Brotherton (Jared), Daphnee Duplaix (Rachel), Eddie Alderson (Matthew), Hillary B. Smith (Nora), Jerry verDorn (Clint), Robert S. Woods (Bo)

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