‘Say Yes To The Dress’ Gives Texas Brides a Chance at a Free Wedding

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An amazing television opportunity is coming down the aisle for a Texas bride, as well as 51 other women. The Learning Channel’s (TLC) hit series “Say Yes To The Dress” is in the process of searching for one bride from each of the 50 states as well as Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico to appear in a ten-part series for TLC which is scheduled to air in January 2020. According to an announcement made by TLC, the series is called “Say Yes To The Dress America,” and will culminate in a “two-hour wedding spectacular.”

The brides chosen for this new TLC series will receive an all-expenses-paid trip to New York City for their own private session at a bride’s dream shopping hot spot, the world-renowned Kleinfeld Bridal, which is featured on “Say Yes To The Dress.” They will also receive a free wedding gown of their choice, selected with the assistance of a Kleinfeld dress consultant. “When viewers need their bridal fix, they turn to ‘Say Yes to the Dress.’ We are beyond excited to expand this beloved franchise and give superfans across the country the chance to be a part of the biggest and most buzzworthy wedding event of the year,” said Howard Lee, President and General Manager for TLC.

Video: YouTube/Say Yes to the Dress

Shared on the Say Yes to the Dress YouTube channel, the video above features clips from the popular T.V. series, identifying some of the most expensive bridal gowns featured at Kleinfeld Bridal. Many brides are far too familiar with the fact that staying on-budget for a wedding is one of the most difficult parts of the planning process, especially when you find the perfect dress and see the price tag afterward. The show has given brides throughout the U.S. some unique inspiration for their own gowns, even if they’re unable to attend such an amazing dress salon in their own state or city. For the upcoming “Say Yes To The Dress America,” TLC will host a pre-wedding reception in addition to a group wedding for all 52 couples who will be filmed in the summer of 2019 at a New York location which has yet to be announced. Randy Fenoli, host of the new show, will be officiating the ceremony. Brides from Texas wishing to learn more about casting for the show or how to submit a video entry can go to