Welcome to another edition of It’s Your Big Day, where the stakes are high and the cake tiers are even higher! Contestants, are you ready? No Family Feud What’s the key to a perfect wedding venue? Something for everyone. The Sherborn Inn combines 18th-century architecture and a New England setting with a contemporary menu. At the Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center, guests can meander between the 1890s marble-floored theater, two art galleries, and a courtyard. Let’s Bake a Deal Stick with the box or go for door number three? Delicious Desserts won’t zonk you with difficult decisions. The East Falmouth bakery offers an endless array of customized cakes and fillings. Queen for a Weekend Get whisked away for a bridal gown fitting at Tulle. The recently opened Martha’s Vineyard salon stocks lesser-known designers like Lela Rose, Amy Kuschel, and Caroline DeVillo alongside classic vintage gowns. Wheels of Fortune Get in the ring with bands from Michele Mercaldo. Using gold, platinum, and palladium, she handcrafts modern geometric rings that appeal to contemporary palates. She’ll also happily incorporate heirloom stones. Lens Connection Photographer Margaret Singer uses a fly-on-the-wall journalistic approach to capture your big day, avoiding any Woolery-like frozen smiles. The Plates Are Right A registry at Koo de Kir guarantees you chic conversation pieces, from Iittala stemware to sheepskin runners. If your home’s already a showcase of good taste, invite guests to support local charities like Horizons for Homeless Children or Design That Matters. Tune in next time for the lightning round, when contestants attempt to write 200 thank-you notes in 30 seconds while blindfolded! Game? Your viewers are in for a truly memorable show. Take home a bigger prize with more tips from our fall 2007 wedding guide.