Selena Coppock is a standup comedian, storyteller, author, and single woman who loves to mock all things connected to the wedding industrial complex. She is the creator of @NYTVows, the parody Twitter and Instagram account that lampoons the New York Times Wedding section and all things related to bachelor/bachelorette parties, mandatory matchy-matchy wedding outfits, and cash bar at a reception. She recently released her debut standup comedy album, "Seen Better Days", and on it, she mocks her most dreaded part of the wedding ritual -- the bachelorette party. A former sorority girl during her college days, Selena spent most of her 20s attending bridal showers, bachelorette parties, and weddings, and has the credit card debt to show for it.
Giulia Rozzi is a comedian, writer, actress and co-host of the relationship podcast Hopefully We Don't Break Up. Her critically acclaimed solo show Bad Bride about getting married when she wasn't ready (and later divorced) has toured the US and UK and her piece 7 Signs It's More Than Just Cold Feet still remains one of the most widely read articles on the topic four years after its publication. She's been seen on Comedy Central's "This Is Not Happening", "Chelsea Lately", TruTV, Vh1 and Bravo. Her album "True Love" was released last winter and named one of SiriusXM's top albums of the year. Her favorite thing about weddings is getting really stoned before the reception and chasing the cater waiter carrying the scallops wrapped in bacon.