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At Amanda-Lina's Bridal Boutique, a team of consultants and stylists work to make brides' dreams come true, but between tantrums, criticism and opinionated entourages, it's never a simple task. In each episode of "Say Yes to the Dress Canada," viewers witness firsthand the drama that comes with saying "yes" to a dress. In charge of it all is shop owner Rachelle Pollari, who offers her great eye for fashion, as well as a welcoming hospitality. Assisting the brides with their search for the dream dress is stylist Joseph Spencer.

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Natalie wants a dress that's different from her pageant dresses; Robina wants a dress that shows off her toned body.
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Andrea falls for a dress that's out of her price range; Millie wants a dress that gives her more for her money.
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Beki wanted a ball gown, but is surprised when she likes a fitted gown; Kylin has always wanted a mermaid dress, but is now drawn to princess gowns.
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Rebecca has tried on over 40 dresses and still can't decide; Laura wants to keep shopping before deciding.
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Jacquelynn wants a fitted gown, but her mother prefers a ball gown; Amanda doesn't know which dress to choose for her garden party wedding.
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Meghan A. needs a dress that will fit in with her wine bar wedding; Meghan E. looks for a dress suitable for her forest wedding.
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Sharon brings her grandmother to search for a 50s-inspired gown; Danielle looks for a gown both she and Lola love.
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Olympian Emily wants a dress that shows off her athletic body; Irina wants a dress that flatters her backside.
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Sara's mom and sister help her find a vintage dress with edge; Suzanne and her sister look for a budget-friendly dress.
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Trishann wants a mermaid dress, while her mother-in-law wants her in a ball gown; Amira and her entourage debate over the style of her dress.
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Kelly looks for a specific dress for her vow renewal; Michelle wants a dream dress for her second wedding.
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Emily wants a dress that's sexy, but also appropriate for her church wedding; Ashley searches for an outrageous dress she can party in.
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Victoria and her mom disagree over the silhouette; Jennifer wants her mom's approval on a dress.
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Niki loves a dress that's way out of her budget; Emily is on a strict budget, but has her eyes on a pricey dress.
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Jade searches for a ball gown her late mother would have envisioned; Amanda looks for a dress her father would have liked to walk her down the aisle in.
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Daniela wants a lace dress to match her Victorian theme; Kayla wants a 1920s-inspired dress.
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Brittany wants the ultimate ball gown; Trula wants to be a princess for her second wedding.
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Cecilia has already tried on over fifty dresses; Carling has a lot of requirements for her dress.
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Kristen wants a dress with a low back to show off her tattoos; Tanya wants a dress that shows off her athletic back.
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A vlogger wants a ball gown, but her online followers have strong opinions; Bethany video conferences with her sister.

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