It’s the one dress she’s dreamed about her entire life. And everyone has an opinion about it. Between budget and bling, taffeta and tantrums, not to mention the comments and criticisms of an entourage that can turn any bride’s fantasy into a nightmare, Say Yes to the Dress Canada brings all of the tears, cheers and surprises to the screen, with our own Canadian flair. The series features a behind-the-scenes look at Amanda-Lina’s Bridal Boutique, where a group of resourceful consultants along with a passionate and perceptive Bridal Stylist, Joseph, make dreams come true. Each episode of Say Yes to the Dress Canada, invites viewers to join wide-eyed brides as they face the drama of saying ‘yes’, before they can walk down the aisle and say ‘I do’. Written by W Network
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