We’ve got an exclusive sneak peek of the ground-breaking special season of “Say Yes to the Dress” called “Say Yes to the Dress America” that will air in January 2020.
When we got the call in August 2018 to work on another television series, of course we ‘Said Yes’. After developing the series “Randy to the Rescue” with Half Yard Productions in 2012, where we took Randy Fenoli to 18 cities across the country to film an amazing adventure, we were thrilled to be invited back to work on the latest spin-off of the popular Say Yes franchise.
This time we worked our magic to create ‘America’s Aisle’ set in beautiful Central Park at the Bethesda Fountain. We also designed and created the ‘getting-ready room’ where the 52 brides would have their hair and make up done and get dressed for their special day. This will all be featured in the 2-hour season finale.
Leading up to the wedding day, the series will feature Randy Fenoli personally surprising 10 of the 52 couples with the news of their all-expenses-paid trip to New York, a free bridal gown from the amazing Kleinfeld’s Bridal and the opportunity to be married in Central Park!
In the upcoming special season, Randy Fenoli will personally marry 52 couples — one from each state, including Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico — in a giant group wedding. The Wedding Guys, along with a few special guests help to pull the whole thing off, including “Cake Boss” Buddy Valastro and wedding gown designer Hayley Paige!
Randy oversees all of the dress appointments at Kleinfeld Bridal, while also serving as the wedding officiant for all 52 couples during the ceremony. Valastro creates a wedding cake big enough to feed 104 newlyweds, and Paige styles each of the brides on the day of the wedding and custom-design their bridal veils. The Wedding Guys create the beautiful settings for the season finale.
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