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This series takes the "Say Yes to the Dress" franchise to one of the largest and busiest bridal salons in the South, Bridals by Lori, which is visited by roughly 10,000 brides annually. Part bridal story, part fashion makeover and part family therapy session, each episode looks at the personalities and craftsmanship that come into play as the shop's staff, headed by owner Lori Allen and fashion director Monte Durham, goes to sometimes extreme lengths to realize each bride's dreams.

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A bride's country superstar boss; a runaway bride's short gown; one bride's unique request at her fitting.
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Bride Brandi hopes to find a dress similar to what her idle, singer Jessie James Decker, wore on her wedding day; bride Liz struggles to embrace her new body in a dress.
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Bride Jibrell wants to look like a princess,but her unfiltered mother may turn her big day into a nightmare; bride Kassie has a difficult time finding a gown with her late mother; bride Bianca hopes to impress her parents with her dress choice.
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The only opinion that matters to bride Kiara is her grandfathers, but she falls for a dress that is over budget; one bride struggles to find a dress that matches her vision along with her fiance's.
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Bride Katie was told she would never walk again after a horrible accident, but she is determined to walk down the aisle with the help of her trainer, Mike Barwis; bride Ebony shocks her entourage with a gown twist.
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Bride Lisa has only weeks until her big day and an opinionated fiance to help her dress shop; bride Christina's long-distance engagement has left her family and friends weary.
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Bride Chasity is looking for a fabulous dress for her Vegas themed wedding; bride Sarah's mother thinks her dress vision is too fancy for her barn wedding; bride Gail hopes her dieting will not affect her final fitting.
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A bride is torn between pleasing her father and her fiance; a YouTube star's very different dress visions; one bride wants a simple gown but her fashion-forward father has different ideas.
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Dana wants to look like her pop-star idol; Carolyn's dress vision is threatened by her opinionated entourage.
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Bride Julianne has chosen to elope against her families wishes; bride Loren wants a gown fit for a queen despite her mother's tight budget.
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Bride Morgan, who is marrying country musician Jerrod Niemann, has a dress vision in her head but cannot find it in the store; Bride Elesia's mother is determined to see her daughter walk down the aisle in only white.
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Bride Taylor wants a showstopping wedding dress with glitz and glam, but her NFL-playing brother, Maurice Jones-Drew, could keep her over-the-top dress dreams from coming true.
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Bride Stacy is over six feet tall and has always had trouble shopping, but her biggest hurdle now is her unfiltered mother; bride Taylor has already tried on over 80 wedding gowns.
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Best friend brides fall in love with the same dress; two bride friends insist on keeping their final gown reveals a secret from one another until their wedding day.
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Bride Toya is upstaged by her opinionated bridesmaids who head downstairs to shop for themselves instead of helping her; Bride Kayla is also downstairs looking for the perfect shade of blue.
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When Bride Chontelle's dream dress is no longer available, she'll need to come up with a brand new vision, or go home devastated.
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Plus-size bride Lela has her heart set on a mermaid gown, but her mother insists that she'll only look good in a figure flattering ball gown.
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Kentucky grooms Justin & Bryant want their bridesmaids in completely different dresses, but what they think is a sophisticated wedding vision, looks more like a hot mess.
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Brutally honest Bride Madi allows her bridesmaids to pick out their own dresses while young Bride Chasity struggles to stick up to her opinionated family; an alterations appointment goes south when Bride Sarah's custom train is nowhere to be found.
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Bride Jessica wants a revealing dress, but her conservative entourage has a different vision in mind.
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A bride's views differ from her penny-pinching grandmother; a bride wants to find a gown that matches her unusual accessories; seeking a sister's approval.

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