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Say Yes to the Dress America

Say Yes to the Dress America

  • Premiered: 
    January 4, 2020
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  • Network: TLC
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: Reality
  • Type: Live Action
  • Concept: 
    Spinoff of Say Yes to the Dress 
  • Subject Matter:
  • Tags: wedding

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Plot Synopsis

Featuring one bride from every state, Washington D.C., and Puerto Rico, SAY YES TO THE DRESS AMERICA is a 10-part series that culminates in a two-hour group wedding extravaganza at New York City's iconic Central Park, where SAY YES host and bridal designer Randy Fenoli officiates. Each bride receives an all-expenses paid trip to NYC; a private shopping event at the world-renowned wedding salon, Kleinfeld Bridal, where they are gifted a wedding gown, carefully selected with the help of a Kleinfeld consultant; wedding-day styling by bridal designer Hayley Paige; a TLC-hosted pre-wedding reception; and an extraordinary, group wedding (with all 52 couples) with Randy officiating and featuring a wedding cake created and delivered by CAKE BOSS' Buddy Valastro. Plus, style expert Lilliana Vazquez and fashion stylist Joe Zee commentated as the brides walked down the aisle.

The 52 couples are:
Alabama: Kimberly Bailey & Dan McClellan of Birmingham
Alaska: Jenni Sottile & Luke Bell of Eagle River
Arizona: Lindsey Stegemoller & Benjamin Murphy of Phoenix
Arkansas: Shannon Hudson & Johan den Toom of Rogers
California: Sky Pelham & Doug Le of Orange
Colorado: Sammie Jo Woodard & Andy Bleiler of Basalt
Connecticut: Stephanie Loeb & Brent Martyniuk of New Haven
Delaware: Joanna Wicks & Steven Talmo of New Castle
District of Columbia: Jackie Chiao & Daniel Caley of Washington, D.C.
Florida: Shanese Crosson & Matthew Wallace of Tampa
Georgia: Katie & Aaron of Evans
Hawaii: Rebecca Smith & Sean Ianno of Honolulu
Idaho: Miranda Folk & Masin Hawkins of Post Falls
Illinois: Kristina Burke & Tom Derrig of Joliet
Indiana: Sidney Fisher & Connor Vanover of New Paris
Iowa: Allison Boyer & Avery Jacobs of Burlington
Kansas: Cat Wurtz & Bradley Mills of Riley
Kentucky: Talana Young & Bronson Harris of Georgetown
Louisiana: Michaela Smith & Emmanuel Abodoh of Shreveport
Maine: Brittany Dalrymple & Benjamin Brown of Eliot
Maryland: Bethany Tognocchi & Julie Lyst of Gaithersburg
Massachusetts: Casey Bellis & RJ Riddinger of Templeton
Michigan: Lacy Galas & Miles Joyce of Rockford
Minnesota: Brittany Wenzel & Phil Reyerson of Minneapolis
Mississippi: Madelon Taylor & Jonathan Flippo of Louisville
Missouri: Jenn Halaz & Steve Coticchio of St. Louis
Montana: Maggie Green & Curtis Amos, Jr. of Bozeman
Nebraska: Erika Schwanke & Joshua Belle of La Vista
Nevada: Jessica Wood & Christian Brady of Las Vegas
New Hampshire: Leishlany (Lany) Bonilla & Michael Melendez of Nashua
New Jersey: Gabriella Campisi & Anthony Naso of Toms River
New York: LoAles Cruz & Jordan Mercado of The Bronx
North Carolina: Taylor Salama & Joseph Salama of Carthage
New Mexico: Lauren Boyes & Chad Drummond of Roswell
North Dakota: Roxy Familia-Veras & Jacob Friesz of Mandan
Ohio: Raquel Flanigan & Julius Brown of Toledo
Oklahoma: Jaeden Cotton & Betty Blake of Oklahoma City
Oregon: Annelise Moss & Kevin Bretthauer of Hillsboro
Pennsylvania: Cassandra Foley & Kellen Matthews-Thompson of Philadelphia
Puerto Rico: Susan Palacios & Carlos Pagan of Ponce
Rhode Island: Nikole Moutinho & Erivan (Branco) Dos Santos of Harrisville
South Carolina: Morgan Williams & Jennifer Weaver of Greenville
South Dakota: Heidi Kronaizl & Austin Bushong of Brookings
Tennessee: Courtney Krueger & Bobby Scott of Cordova
Texas: Helecia Williams & Nick Walker of Houston
Utah: Jesse Coleman & Kristopher James of Draper
Vermont: Emily Pilgrim & James Fisher of Burlington
Virginia: Nichelle Broner & Sheron Jones of Reston
Washington: Lena de Guzman & Geoffrey Kraabel of Pullman
West Virginia: Erin Looney & Scott Roberts of Lesage
Wisconsin: Emmy Seidling & David Adams of New Richmond
Wyoming: Kelsey Padilla & Brian Robles of Gillette

In the series opener, "Oh My God! Welcome to My Home!," Randy officially kicks off his SAY YES AMERICA tour! When he shows up at unsuspecting Katie's front door, she gets the shock of her life! Bride Dana wants to flash her tats on the wedding day but her conservative entourage won't go down without a fight!
On Saturday, March 14, 2020 at 8pm ET/PT, TLC premiered the two-hour season finale (8-10pm) of SAY YES TO THE DRESS AMERICA, immediately followed by a one-hour special (10-11pm):

"The Brides of America" (8-10pm): America's wedding is finally here! From the brides fittings we head straight to a pre-wedding reception where couples show off their state pride! Then it's off to Central Park for the wedding of a lifetime! With an event this size, nothing can go wrong...

"America Coming Together" (10-11pm): After putting on the wedding of a lifetime, Randy and Hayley sit down at Kleinfeld to reminisce on some of the fun, emotional moments of the season including some never before seen footage.

Production & Distribution

  • Produced by Half Yard Productions