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TLC heads across the pond to showcase brides from the English countryside in new series "Say Yes to the Dress England." The series introduces viewers to Ava Rose Hamilton, a family-run bridal boutique in Lancashire, England, and Gok Wan, a stylist extraordinaire and fashion icon who will go to any length, silhouette or neckline to make dreams come true.

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When the entourage is split, the decision is harder.
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When a dress has to live up to expectations, only perfection is good enough.
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Whether women fall for the first dress they see or try on every dress in the shop, there's no turning back when they find "the one."
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When it comes to finding the right gown, every girl deserves to be a princess.
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When the bride's family doesn't support her decision, the fear of getting it wrong can put the search in jeopardy.
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When a bride wants to stand out from the crowd, the gown needs to be out of this world.
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When the family has their own ideas, but the bride has a singular vision.
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When a bride sees herself one way, and everyone else has a different viewpoint.
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When the search for something different leads to surprising twists and turns.
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When mom's not on the bride's side.

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