The reality TV show Say Yes To The Dress, which has aired for 17 seasons, has a large following. Here are ten more shows about weddings that you can watch on Netflix at your leisure.
Weddings have changed over time. In today’s world, couples don’t have to adhere to what is considered normative. With so many options for personalization, weddings have become more enjoyable. The Princess Bride and My Big Fat Greek Wedding are great examples of films about weddings. There are also plenty of television shows about weddings. Which one is the most popular? Say yes to the dress, of course.
Fortunately, there are a number of shows that are similar to Say Yes to the Dress that are worth binge-watching. If you’re a fan ofSay Yes to the Dress, here are 10 shows to watch.
10. Four Weddings
The original version of this show aired on British reality television, but it proved so popular that it was adapted for use in other countries. In essence, it’s a competition between four brides to see who can pull off the best wedding. If you win, you get a free vacation. The brides are the only ones who can decide who gets married and who doesn’t. Each other’s food, clothing, and other attributes are taken into account.
The fact that the brides on the show have such a diverse range of tastes, preferences, and personalities adds to the show’s appeal. The brides are often good sports, which helps keep the drama to a minimum.
9. Cheapest Weddings
If you’re a fan of creative weddings, Netflix’s Australian reality TV show Cheapest Weddings is a must-see. However, although weddings aren’t exactly cheap, the couples featured on this show do everything they can to keep the costs down while still putting on a spectacular event.
A lot of time and effort goes into a do-it-yourself wedding, as you might expect. This show has some truly stunning weddings, but the majority of them fall short. The variety of brides and their unique wedding plans keep the show from becoming monotonous.
8. Big Fat Gypsy Weddings
Watch this if you’re looking for something over-the-top and dramatic. Following the weddings of members of the Roma and Traveler communities is the subject of a new British documentary series. The best part of the performance? The dresses, without a doubt. Glittery crowns and oversized ballgowns are two of the most popular trends among the featured women.
There has been some criticism of the show’s portrayal of the Roma and Traveler communities. They have a rich and diverse culture, but they’re all lumped together. While the show is entertaining, it’s important to keep in mind that it won’t teach viewers anything about culture. It’s all about the fluttery dresses.
In 2004, the first season aired, and the most recent was in 2018. Each episode of this reality show follows the journeys of two brides-to-be. Prior to her wedding, the bride is shown to be uncontrollably teary and even bullying to her closest friends and family. Their nuptials mark the conclusion of the episode.
The only issue? When compared to other reality shows of the era, this one portrays brides as insane. The fact that the show has lasted this long is proof enough of its popularity and success.
6. My Fair Wedding
David Tutera, a well-known wedding planner, designer, speaker, and author, will serve as the show’s host. Reality television has been a staple of our culture since 2008.
Following Tutera and his team as they plan and execute the ideal weddings for finicky brides, the show focuses on their antics. The fact that Tutera has done work for celebrities means that you can be confident in his ability to impress your guests. The man also only works for three weeks before his wedding. That’s out of this world.
5. Platinum Weddings
In contrast to Cheapest Weddings, this show focuses on extravagant affairs. These couples have no worries about money. It’s all about the opulence, the awe-inspiring experience, and being the best at what you do. Some episodes of the show, which has been on the air since 2006, can be found on YouTube.
Do not miss out on this if you enjoy seeing extravagant events that most families can’t afford to participate in. In contrast to some of the other shows on this list, this one has a relatively low level of tension. The cake, the dress, and the venue are the main points of attention.
Consider the fact that this show is polarizing. As a result of its embrace of plastic surgery, it has been slammed. In fact, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) prohibits surgeons from performing procedures as the prize in this competition. One of the show’s stars was murdered by her husband, making the situation even more frightening.
That being said, this show isn’t going to be for everyone. It’s a reality show in which 12 brides are vying for the chance to have their plastic surgery dreams realized. If you’re looking for some light entertainment, this might be the show for you.
3. Don’t Tell The Bride
This British reality show focuses solely on the preparations of the grooms for their weddings. While the engaged couple is awarded money, it is the groom who must plan the entire ceremony without the bride’s input. For three weeks, they are cut off from one another, and the groom is in charge of everything.
In addition, he gets to choose the bride’s wedding gown! There are a lot of gay and lesbian weddings on this show, so it’s a good representation.
2. Rich Bride, Poor Bride
Rich Bride, Poor Bride has been on the air since 2006, and it’s all about planning the perfect wedding on a tight budget. The show follows a couple who have a limited budget, and we see how their wedding planners struggle to pull off a flawless event within that limit.
Everything that goes into planning a wedding is visible to us, from the flowers to the food to the venue. It’s fascinating to see what the couple can and can’t afford to do.
1. Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings
Not only fairy tales, but also Disney’s cruise ships and theme parks feature in the show. You can get a sense of what it’s like to get engaged or married at Disney by watching this documentary series.
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