A wedding dress is a big purchase and finding the right one starts with the bride. This episode of Randy's Top Ten will showcase rules every bride should know before she shops for the perfect wedding dress.
In this episode, Randy will guide us through a countdown of the brides that simply must have the best dresses that money can buy, and give us an inside look at the beautiful dresses that break the bank.
In this episode, Randy will take us through the top 10 biggest blunders a bride can make when shopping for her dream dress. These brides could have avoided major slip ups and set backs, if they knew Randy's tips to a smooth wedding gown shopping day.
Sometimes a wedding theme, location, or date on the calendar can really influence a bride's dress decision, and in this episode, Randy will showcase the dresses that can work to fit a bride's particular need on her big day.
Amanda is looking for a dress with tons of embellishment - sparkles, glitter, smoke, mirrors - the works. Charae loves the 80s and wants a dress to echo that style. Lynsey is looking for a short, fun party dress that also matches her crazy platform heels.
Violet wants a tight and sexy gown to wear at her Dominican Republic wedding. After visiting five other bridal salons, Rachel hopes Kleinfelds will be her last stop. Leighanns first dress didn't meet her standards and is worried her second won't either!
With no budget in mind, Kandice comes from Texas to find a blingy, dress for her vow renewal ceremony. Bride Barbara wants a sexy gown with sparkle that will match her pricey stilletto's. Big budget bride Tykeshia comes back to the salon for her fitting.
Shari looks for a thirty year anniversary vow renewal dress with her high maintenance hubby. Bride-to-be Alex must find a gown in twenty-four hours before returning home to Canada. New bride Ebony is nervous for a fitting after having lost thirty pounds.
Heather is looking for a dramatic gown that doesn't accentuate her hips. Body conscious Kristyn has been avoiding wedding dress shopping for over a year. Sherri has lost thirty-five pounds but is still nervous about fitting into her body-hugging gown.
Nicole leaves her six month old quadruplets at home while she shops for a gown for her destination wedding. Margo, who lost all her hair due to cancer treatments, comes to the salon to find the perfect dress that makes her feel beautiful - inside and out.
Randi is having a carnival themed wedding and wants polka dot gown to match. Mary is an opera singer and wants a dress to match her personality. Boo & Piper are having a doggie wedding proving that Randy and Vera will find a dress for any occasion!
Bride Nicole hopes to find the perfect wedding gown with the help of her psychic Aunt! Desiree shops for her dress with her family - including her 90 year old Grandma, and Allyson tries to match her family's 100 year old lace veil with her modern gown.
There are so many fans of Say Yes, and everyone has their favorites. And on this episode, Randy will count down his top ten picks for his most memorable. From biggest drama moment to the happiest say yes... who will make number 1?
Tall bride Rebecca is on the hunt for that "wow" wedding gown, but is afraid every dress will come up too short. Katie only has one dress requirement- a dress that covers up her generous bust line, and Valerie is a petite bride with big dress dreams.
Randy takes us through his favorite touching, sweet, and heartfelt moments in the store ? from the bride stories that tugged at our heart-strings the most, to the sweet, sad, and unforgettable moments at Kleinfeld.
Randy sees every bridal personality type that walks into the salon ? and while every bride is unique in their own way, certain classic characters seem to reappear over and over again. From picky and demanding, the most memorable ones are hard to ignore.
Lori, Monte and team are always on the bride's side as she searches for her dream gown. Should they need to put any entourage member in place, they have a full arsenal of Southernisms to do the trick!
Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta's very own Lori Allen teams up with her mother to share what Mother's Day means to them. (Psst -- don't miss the hilarious blooper out-takes at the end!)
What can bring Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta's Monte Durham to tears? Watch this TLC.com Mother's Day exclusive and find out!
A team of specialists at Kleinfeld's Bridal shop guide brides through the process of selecting, fitting, altering and delivering each flawless dress in time for the BIG day. It's not a stress-free endeavor, but somehow, by the final fitting, Kleinfeld pulls all of the details together. Be sure to see all the fascinating tales of the women who are in search of the most important dress they'll ever buy.
Sometimes mother knows best and other times they can just be a pain in the butt!
Palmer has found a rather unusual way of trying on wedding dresses.
Randy answers the most important questions about the big day while standing on the red carpet.
What's a bride without her entourage? Well, she's dress-less if she's shopping with these tough peanut galleries!
This troublesome bride can't seem to find a dress for her, but may have found it in a pure white gown...or maybe not.
With only 30 days before her wedding, Nancy isn't specific with what she wants, she just knows she wants something hot.
Samira is at Kleinfeld's for her first fitting, but unexpectedly being 5 months pregnant, some creative alterations are needed to fix the dress.
Lauren trying to find a wedding gown with the help of her ill grandmother, and the experience reminds her to enjoy and cherish the little time you have with the people you love.
Consultant Debbie's first client of the day asks for something she's never heard of before. Kristy is looking for a dress that is "piratey."
Rosario flew from Trinidad for Kleinfeld's blowout sale, only to find the dress she wants is not on sale. Can Kleinfeld save the day?
A former nightclub waitress wants to show her sexy side on her wedding day, but finding a dress with the right mix of traditional and sensual style poses a bit of a challenge.