I know first hand that planning a wedding is wrong … a lot. Not only can it cost basically as much as a down payment on a house or car, but trying to get everything right can seem overwhelming. There’s the venue, the dress, the food, the guest list, even the taste of the cake. Everything is so stressful, but make no mistake, it’s also a lot of fun. (After all, you can try a lot of cakes before making the final decision!)
There is a way to eliminate the stress of wedding planning, though: watch someone do it. Whether you’re planning your big day and need information, whether you’re living a new girlfriend while you love your loneliness, or you’re just missing out on the hustle and bustle of your “I do” days, watching a wedding program is a fun way to imagine or relive one of the best days of your life.
If you’ve been browsing your streaming service lately, you already know that there is no shortage of wedding-themed reality shows. Just last year, Netflix released two new ones: Marriage or Mortgage, where couples have to decide between the wedding of their dreams and the house of their dreams (yes, really) and The Wedding Coach, which follows the comedian Jamie Lee while helping engaged couples. find out all your problems before you tie the knot.
There is a TV show basically for all parts of the wedding process, whether it is to choose the place, buy the dress or decorate the cake. So, without further ado to the “I Do”, here is a definitive list of the 16 best wedding shows:
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The wedding coach
Comedian and ex-girlfriend Jamie Lee takes on the role of wedding coach in the latest reality show on Netflix’s wedding themes. The series follows six couples as Jamie helps them deal with their relationship problems and plan anxiety until the big day. You can watch the entire season streaming on Netflix.
Say yes to the dress
Ask any bride about the part that interests her most about getting married and she will probably buy the dress. Say Yes To The Dress follows the brides in search of their perfect dress at Kleinfeld Bridal in New York. Each episode demonstrates that each bride’s journey to “The One” is different and special in their own way. The success of the program, which is still airing on TLC, has been around for more than a decade. There are even several derivations, including Say Yes To The Dress: Bridesmaids and Say Yes To The Dress: Atlanta.
Marriage or mortgage
Okay, you’ve accumulated a strong savings account and now it’s time to spend it. Do you want to have your wedding dreamed of or invest in your home forever? This is the dilemma facing Marriage or Mortgage couples and the decision is not as easy as it seems. The show follows the couples as they consult with wedding planner Sarah Miller and real estate agent Nichole Holmes to make the final decision.
Love is blind
Loved by real-life couple Nick and Vanessa Lachey, Love Is Blind basically takes blind dates to the next level. Reality shows bring together a group of men and women looking to find “The One.” They all have a number of speed dates, but the catch? No one can be seen. Oh, and the only way to see who’s on the other side of the wall is through a proposal.
Once a couple engages in sight, they meet IRL and then spend time getting to know each other before deciding what will happen at the altar. Will they say “I do” or will they leave forever? If you already have the first season, get excited because Netflix has confirmed that the second season is already underway.
Wedding planning can be … stressful, to say the least, and sometimes stress can cause some brides to “act” to put it bluntly. In each episode, Bridezillas outlines two different brides while not stopping at anything to mount the wedding of their dreams. But, there are always some hiccups along the way 😬
Everyone wants to look their best on their wedding day, and Bridalplasty’s brides were determined to do it, whatever it took. Contestants competed in a number of challenges to win a plastic surgery procedure. Yes, the big prize of this program was not only the wedding of the bride’s dreams, but also the payment of the wish list of plastic surgery. And to make things more interesting, she couldn’t reveal her new look to her boyfriend until the wedding day. Bridalplasty only worked for one season (semi-problematic), but the episodes are available on Apple TV.
Imagine having only 90 days to decide if you want to spend the rest of your life with someone. Well, this is the real situation of the 90-day engaged couples. All have applied for the K-1 visa, a visa that allows the entry of foreign promises of American citizens into the country. But for them to stay, the couple must get married before the end of the 90 days.
If the actual day of the wedding isn’t enough to get on your nerves, what about throwing three other brides who will judge the event, from the dress to the food to, well, everything? Four Weddings is a competition show where four brides attend the wedding of the others and rank the event in various categories on a scale of one to 10. The bride with the most points wins a fancy honeymoon with her friend. The show was only released on TLC until 2013, but replays can be retrieved on YouTube.
What if “The One” just needs help finding himself? To do this, the couples on this Netflix reality show, Sima Taparia, made coincidences. The show continues in Taparia as it guides singles from South Asia through the arranged marriage process, from the selection of possible suitors, taking dates and, if all goes well, ending up making the knot.
Don’t tell the bride
Imagine paying for your entire wedding ceremony. Sounds good, right? But here’s the problem: your boyfriend has all the control. This British reality show gives couples the funds they need to have their wedding and puts the groom in charge of all the details. The bride is not even allowed to communicate for three weeks. The groom can choose the wedding dress, the cake and much, much more. What could go wrong? The show still releases new episodes and you can watch them on Tubi.
Married at first sight
There is love at first sight, then there is … Married at first sight. Yes, this reality show follows couples who agree to get married the first time they meet. Couples are matched by a team of relationship experts and have eight weeks to get to know each other in real life before deciding if they want to get married or divorce. If it sounds intense, so be it. The show has been strong for 12 seasons with an Unmatchables spin-off, so there’s a lot to catch up on.
Something borrowed, something new
Choosing the wedding dress can be the most difficult to plan for the whole event. This TLC reality show makes that decision even harder. In each episode, a bride has to choose between walking down the aisle in a new designer dress or a family heirloom that has been redesigned to fit what the bride wants. Of course, the fun part is revealing what the bride finally decides.
Wedding Cake Championship
Watching this program can make your mouth water for two reasons. The first: you will be salivating to try these wedding cakes. And the second? You will be very surprised by the extravagant and exaggerated designs that these bakers create. The series follows six pairs of world-class bakers as they compete for the final prize of $ 25,000.
Disney fairy tale weddings
There is no better place to have a fairytale wedding than Disney World, and in fact many couples do. This series gives you a behind-the-scenes look at couples planning their weddings and engagements at Disney properties around the world. From horse-drawn carriages to fireworks behind Disney Castle, these weddings are as magical as they seem.
Celebrations of David Tutera (My Fair Wedding)
If anyone can make your dream wedding happen with time issues, it’s David Tutera, the celebrity event planner. In this program, David helps a woman achieve the wedding ceremony of her dreams in just three weeks. The program lasted eight seasons, including a special edition of celebrities. In the seventh, David acquired famous clients such as Lil ‘Kim and Brandy Norwood. Watch it whenever you need creative information about the wedding.
I found the robe
Can’t get enough of wedding dress shopping shows? Here is another one. And Found The Gown follows VOWS Bridal Outlet employees in Watertown, Massachusetts, a Boston suburb, as they look for discounted wedding dresses to sell in their own store. He also follows the brides who come to the store in search of the affordable (of those we expect!) Wedding dress of their dreams. The show stopped airing in 2014, but old episodes can be seen on Discovery +.
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