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Will There Be More Of Say Yes to The Dress: America?

Updated April 13, 2020
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‘Say Yes to The Dress: America’ documents the heart-warming and dramatic moments that arise during the process of finding the perfect wedding dress. One lucky couple from each state across America, plus Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico feature on the show to have a spectacular group-wedding experience. In the “biggest wedding event of the year,” 52 couples get the opportunity of saying “I do” at a quintessential New York location.

After spanning a successful first season run, here’s all you need to know about ‘Say Yes to The Dress: America’ season 2.

Say Yes to The Dress: America Season 2 Release Date: Cancelled or Renewed?

‘Say Yes to The Dress: America’ season 1 released on January 4, 2020, and after spanning 12 episodes, it concluded on March 14, 2020. You can watch the show on TLC.

A spin-off of the popular ‘Say Yes to the Dress’ franchise, the ‘America’ edition was conceptualized as a one-time event. In fact, it was promoted as an event series. Therefore, chances of its renewal are slim, and in all probability, ‘Say Yes to The Dress: America’ season 2 stands cancelled. If there are any further updates regarding a new season, we will revisit this section immediately.

What is Say Yes to The Dress America About?

‘Say Yes to The Dress: America’ introduces 52 brides, each representing the 50 states of America, plus Washington, D.C, and Puerto Rico, as they search for their wedding dress for the mega wedding ceremony. The high profiled cast and crew work towards a luxury mass wedding that takes place at Bethesda Fountain, situated at the heart of New York City’s Central Park. Randy Feloni officiates the grand wedding, as 52 couples say, “I do.”

Apart from the magical wedding, each bride gets a free paid-trip to New York City, a tailor-made Kleinfeld bridal gown designed by experts for their big day. The brides also receive an all sponsored shopping experience at Kleinfeld Bridal and a pre-wedding bash hosted by TLC. Along with the fun, ‘Say Yes to The Dress: America’ also features plenty of tears—both happy and exhausting. But at the end of the day, it promises to be a thrilling adventure.

Say Yes to The Dress America Cast: Who is in it?

Randy Fenoli is the host, who also acts as a bride-therapist, using his fashion expertise to help the brides choose the ideal dress for their big day. His best works include hosting ‘Say Yes to the Dress: Randy Knows Best,’ ‘Randy to the Rescue,’ and the original show, ‘Say Yes to the Dress.’ Interestingly, Randy also takes up the duties of an officiant in the show.

A well-known TV personality and baker Buddy Valastro, also known as the “Cake Boss,” prepares and hand-delivers a giant cake, sufficient for all the people participating in the celebration. He is best known for shows like ‘Cake Boss,’ ‘Kitchen Boss,’ ‘Next Great Baker’ and ‘Bake It Like Buddy.’

A seasoned bridal designer, Hayley Paige, who usually works on one bride, helps 52 brides from different states, find the bridal outfit of their dreams. She also custom-designs the veils, along with styling the brides. Hayley is known for creating simplistic designs coupled with just a tinge of edginess.

Lilliana Vazquez is an Emmy-nominated host and a powerhouse in the world of style. She provides expert tips to all the brides, and also assists Hayley, in the styling process. Apart from that, Lilliana also communicates with the family, grooms, and brides to ease up the events leading to the big day. Fashion industry veteran Joe Zee also partakes in the grand event, serving as a commentator, providing behind-the-scenes realness to the viewers.

Here is a list of all the 52 couples i.e. 104 cast members of ‘Say Yes to the Dress: America’:

Lindsey Stegemoller & Benjamin Murphy of Phoenix, Arizona
Lauren Boyes & Chad Drummond of Roswell, New Mexico
Jaeden Cotton & Betty Blake of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Helecia Williams & Nick Walker of Houston, Texas
Kristina Burke & Tom Derrig of Joliet, Illinois
Sidney Fisher & Connor Vanover of New Paris, Indiana
Allison Boyer & Avery Jacobs of Burlington, Iowa
Cat Wurtz & Bradley Mills of Riley, Kansas
Lacy Galas & Miles Joyce of Rockford, Michigan
Brittany Wenzel & Phil Reyerson of Minneapolis, Minnesota
Jenn Halaz & Steve Coticchio of St. Louis, Missouri
Erika Schwanke & Joshua Belle of La Vista, Nebraska
Roxy Familia-Veras & Jacob Friesz of Mandan, North Dakota
Raquel Flanigan & Julius Brown of Toledo, Ohio
Heidi Kronaizl & Austin Bushong of Brookings, South Dakota
Emmy Seidling & David Adams of New Richmond, Wisconsin
Jenni Sottile & Luke Bell of Eagle River, Alaska
Sky Pelham & Doug Le of Orange, California
Sammie Jo Woodard & Andy Bleiler of Basalt, Colorado
Rebecca Smith & Sean Ianno of Honolulu, Hawaii
Miranda Folk & Masin Hawkins of Post Falls, Idaho
Maggie Green & Curtis Amos, Jr. of Bozeman, Montana
Jessica Wood & Christian Brady of Las Vegas, Nevada
Annelise Moss & Kevin Bretthauer of Hillsboro, Oregon
Jesse Coleman & Kristopher James of Draper, Utah
Lena de Guzman & Geoffrey Kraabel of Pullman, Washington
Kelsey Padilla & Brian Robles of Gillette, Wyoming
Kimberly Bailey & Dan McClellan of Birmingham, Alabama
Shannon Hudson & Johan den Toom of Rogers, Arkansas
Shanese Crosson & Matthew Wallace of Tampa, Florida
Katie & Aaron of Evans, Georgia
Talana Young & Bronson Harris of Georgetown, Kentucky
Michaela Smith & Emmanuel Abodoh of Shreveport, Louisiana
Madelon Taylor & Jonathan Flippo of Louisville, Mississippi
Taylor Salama & Joseph Salama of Carthage, North Carolina
Morgan Williams & Jennifer Weaver of Greenville, South Carolina
Courtney Krueger & Bobby Scott of Cordova, Tennessee
Nichelle Broner & Sheron Jones of Reston, Virginia
Erin Looney & Scott Roberts of Lesage, West Virginia
Stephanie Loeb & Brent Martyniuk of New Haven, Connecticut
Joanna Wicks & Steven Talmo of New Castle, Delaware
Jackie Chiao & Daniel Caley of Washington, D.C., District of Columbia
Brittany Dalrymple & Benjamin Brown of Eliot, Maine
Bethany Tognocchi & Julie Lyst of Gaithersburg, Maryland
Casey Bellis & RJ Riddinger of Templeton, Massachusetts
Leishlany (Lany) Bonilla & Michael Melendez of Nashua, New Hampshire
Gabriella Campisi & Anthony Naso of Toms River, New Jersey
LoAles Cruz & Jordan Mercado of The Bronx, New York
Cassandra Foley & Kellen Matthews-Thompson of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Nikole Moutinho & Erivan (Branco) Dos Santos of Harrisville, Rhode Island
Emily Pilgrim & James Fisher of Burlington, Vermont
Susan Palacios & Carlos Pagan of Ponce, Puerto Rico

Say Yes to The Dress America Trailer:

Check out the trailer of ‘Say Yes to The Dress: America’ season 1!

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