The reality format, which originated on BBC Three in the United Kingdom, forms part of a new slate of reality and light entertainment programming announced by Ten.
The British programme sees the groom, or one partner in a same-sex couple, given a budget of £12,000 (AU $18,404) to spend while planning a wedding - keeping all but a few details secret from the bride until the big day.
Don't Tell the Bride will be produced by Endemol-owned Southern Star for the channel.
The rights to Come Date with Me, a spinoff of Channel 4's Come Dine with Me featuring single people searching for love, have also been picked up by Ten. Granada Media Australia will produce the show.
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Speaking to Fairfax Media, Ten's head of programming David Mott said: "For us, this is the start of creating a level of more compelling content - those water-cooler shows, the type of shows that can build the kind of connection with the audience we are chasing. They are noisy shows."
Two new reality competitions have also been commissioned from Fremantle Media.
I Will Survive: Priscilla is a talent competition aimed at finding an all-round entertainer who can sing, dance and act.
Open auditions for I Will Survive begin next week and the winner of the show will receive training in the role of Tick alongside the stars of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert's Broadway cast.
Everybody Dance Now will feature two celebrities picking dancers from an audience of 120 to compete in dance showdowns. Sarah Murdoch, who quit Australia's Next Top Model in late 2011 to pursue new opportunities, has already been linked with the presenter's job on Everybody Dance Now.
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