'Say Yes to the Dress: America': Fans emotional as brides choose perfect dress to walk down the aisle
Save the date to one of the biggest events this year, where brides from each state of America will come together at Central Park to get married.
TLC's 'Say Yes to the Dress: America', is taking the traditional wedding ceremony to a whole other level, and you will not want to miss this 10 part series that premiered on Saturday night.
Save the date to one of the biggest events this year, where brides from each state of America will come together at Central Park to get married only on 'Say Yes to the Dress: America'.
The newly released series features a bride and groom from every state in America, plus Puerto Rico and Washington D.C. as they are chosen to have a wedding of a lifetime. Apart from that, they are also given a free trip to New York where they will get to pick out their wedding dress at the Kleinfeld bridal salon and celebrate their wedding with all the couples who have been chosen. Randy Fenoli will be officiating the wedding.
The wedding ceremony that will air toward the end of the season was held at Bethesda Fountain in Central Park, and the sneak peek teases that one should expect the unexpected as a few issues arise and that includes a medical emergency.
During the season premiere of 'Say Yes to the Dress: America', we were introduced to two brides, one amongst them was the chosen bride to represent the state of Georgia. Katie had no idea, she was the one who was chosen to represent Georgia, and seeing Randy in front of her door, got her all excited. We even got to see Randy get inside a truck and drive it.
Katie had suffered from Scleroderma that leaves visible scars. But that is not stopping Katie this time, who is ready to go all out and is open to anything. Arriving at the salon in New York she reveals she is open to trying on anything, no matter how sparkly it is, what color it is.
The second bride we were introduced to was Dana who is a total New Jersey girl. She was looking out for her perfect wedding dress with a budget of $3,000-5,000 but was willing to stretch it to $8,000. Though she was opened to the idea of a revealing dress, her family members who accompanied her were not totally into it, because she was getting married into a Greek family, and they aren't supportive of her tattoos at the back being shown.
But in the end, all worked out well, as both brides found the perfect dress that they will wear when they walk down the aisle and say I do. Taking to Twitter post the episode, fans couldn't help but share how excited they are for the new season, and how emotional it makes them see the brides find their perfect dress.
"Watching Say Yes to the Dress getting emotional seeing these girls in their dream dresses," a fan wrote. Adding to that another said, "I have been waiting to watch this Say Yes to the Dress America episode FOREVER."
"Say yes to the dress always makes me cry," shared a fan. While another wrote, "Always crying happy tears watching #sayyestothedress #[email protected] I’m so happy to see other people happy and have their dreams come true!"
"Watching #SayYesToTheDress always gives me emotional conflicts. Happy cause of watching these women find the wedding dress of their dreams. And sad knowing that being a bride will never happen for me in my lifetime," wrote another fan.
'Say Yes to the Dress: America' airs every Saturday night only on TLC. Check your local listings for more information.