Last episode in the series of Don't Tell the Bride tonight on RTE2, and it's one not to be missed as it will be the very first same-sex marriage show, with a 1916 theme to boot. The show has previously had couples on who've had civil partnerships, but following last year's momentous referendum, this will mark the show's first official same-sex wedding.

The lucky grooms are Mark and Kerwin, who met in Dublin bar The Dragon four years ago and it was love at first sight. It would have had to have been though as Venezuelan man Kerwin didn't have a word of English. However with a little help from ‘google translator’, they've went from "friends to lovers and soul buddies". N'aww.

The pair had a civil partnership ceremony in May 2014, and while Mark said that it was amazing, "marriage offers so much more".

"This is the real thing, we are as one", added Kerwin.

It will be down to Mark to deliver his dream wedding with just three weeks to pull it all together. For the year that's in it, he's decided to go with a 1916 theme, although not sure how Kerwin will feel about that given that it's not his history and also he wants "everything white, modern, sleek and classy".

We're pretty confident some 1916 volunteer wedding uniforms and an army tank down the Quays of Dublin will be a classy affair though. While Mark also has to get his future mother-in-law to the wedding on time, who's coming all the way from Venezuela to watch her son get married.

Here's hoping Mark pulls it off!

Catch Don't Tell the Bride tonight on RTE2 at 9.30pm.