Lisa wants a princess ball gown with a big bow; Kate wants a dress with lace, a long train, a big veil, and lots of bling.
Jodie wants her passion for Harry Potter reflected in her dress; Jennifer seeks a black dress for her masquerade ball reception.
Bride Kayleigh wants sparkles for her wedding dress; Karen seeks a matching dress for her pink-themed wedding.
No-nonsense bride Amy knows what she wants; control freak Emily wants an open-back gown that gets the tears flowing.
Demanding moms take over the appointments; Claire wants to find a dress for her castle wedding.
Nellie wants a gown to outshine her first; unique wedding locations provide a challenge for finding the perfect dress.
Bridezillas Ameena and Jordan demand the perfect dress; opinionated sisters threaten to ruin Jordan and Arlicia's appointments.
Monte Durham, designer Betsey Johnson and Aya Kanai from "Seventeen" magazine come together to help 50 deserving Los Angeles high school students' prom dreams come true in a day filled with style, newfound confidence and huge surprises.
The entire Kleinfeld team comes together to help Emily, who needs a dress for her 10-year vow renewal atop the Empire State Building in two days; Olympian Queen Harrison faces new hurdles while deciding on her dream wedding gown.
Bride Jennifer arrives at Kleinfeld with her fiancé and his wife; Glori only wants the trendiest of gowns straight off the runway; Amanda needs to leave with a dress today for her wedding inside a chapel made of ice.
Arlicia is letting her opinionated sisters plan her entire wedding, which includes choosing her dress; Ameena has an unlimited budget and bridezilla tendencies; Karen is especially thankful to be shopping after nearly losing her fiancé.
Bodybuilder Melissa needs a dress that shows off her muscles; Shay loses his cool with Randy as they help Kat, a bride with a tight budget;.Jasmine wants a unique bridal look to match her one-of-a-kind wedding on top of the Grand Canyon.
Randy is in Louisiana to save bride Kelli's big day after she lost everything in a devastating flood; social media star Claudia Oshry brings the sass to her appointment; Pnina Tornai feels the heat during Bridal Fashion Week.
Omarosa, of "The Apprentice," is determined to find a colorful, dramatic gown for her big day; jet-setting bride Valerie wants a dress fit for her lavish Ibiza wedding; Randy rescues bride Magaly who needs a dress for her underwater ceremony.
Randy's mom visits for her 93rd birthday, and she's happy to share her fiery opinions with everyone; timid bride Courtney's appointment gets hijacked by her provocative mother; Katie needs a gown suitable for two big secrets.
Transgender bride Gabrielle hopes to find a dress that rivals her fierce drag queen gowns; Kathleen, a budget-conscious accountant, needs a dress for her Tax Day wedding; bride Mykia's father is a Kleinfeld super-fan with a big surprise in store.
Jamiee and fiancée Lisa are shopping together, and to keep the brides from seeing each other's looks, the consultants plan a wild surprise; wedding planner Michelle tries to let go and enjoy being the bride; Shay confronts Randy.
When Grammy-nominated rocker Elle King arrives, Randy and Shay have a dress disagreement; bride Lisa needs a gown for a wedding with dolphins.
Sneak peeks of "Say Yes to the Dress," "What If We Get Married?" and "Two in a Million."
Sneak peeks of "Say Yes to the Dress," "What If We Get Married?" and "Two in a Million."
New consultant Shay is excited to help with a surprise marriage proposal, but he rejects Randy's offer to help; former Miss USA Nia Sanchez has just one day to find her gown; comedian Jamie learns that dress shopping is no laughing matter.
Randy discovers the first male consultant at Kleinfeld; bride Tolu contends with her opinionated sister; Shay is excited to help with a surprise marriage proposal; former Miss USA Nia Sanchez has just one day to find her gown.
Randy discovers major changes at Kleinfeld, including the hiring of the first male consultant; bride Tolu contends with her opinionated sister; Amanda thinks her gown won't be modest enough for her orthodox wedding.
Bride Jenna is joined by her brother, NFL player Justin Pugh; Talmesha wants a gown that will compliment a special bouquet honoring her late father; Denise worries when the scissors come out.
Bridget's opinionated entourage makes her rethink her feelings about the dress for her wedding to pro snowboarder Scott Lago; new mom Karyssa wants a dress with lots of coverage; Lauren hopes she fits into her gown.
Wedding planner Rachel excitedly tries on edgy dresses; Natalie wants a unique gown, but her traditional mom may not approve; Kleinfeld employee Subrina hopes her customized dress will match her vision.
Joelle tries on her mother's 1987 Kleinfeld dress; Randy and Antonella have a rough appointment with bride LeAnne, a Kleinfeld legacy, who declares she's an anti-bride.
Country musician Kristian Bush helps his friend Evyn find the perfect dress; 70 gowns later, Chelsea struggles with dress overload; Melanie worries that her dress won't fit.
Amanda needs to find a dress both she and her opinionated grandmother love; Hillary searches for a specific gown that her late grandmother adored; Macie has found her dream dress, but her grandmother wants her to try something different.
Alyssa's father rules the day with his opinions; wedding planner Michelle feels extra pressure to find the perfect dress; when Emily's custom Pnina gown is all wrong, her dad demands a solution.
Krystle loves attention, but her friends have reservations about her over-the-top dress; Maria shocks her pastor father with a sexy sheer bodice; only Pnina can help Jaclyn when she faces a major dress dilemma.
Sharde dreams of a colorful dress to suit her rainbow unicorn wedding; bride Spencer wants a very avant-garde and dramatic gown for her big day; Sarah is shocked when the scissors come out during her fitting appointment.
Southern bride Danielle gets some help from her girlfriends to find the perfect glamorous gown; Jen wants a traditional dress for her beer-themed wedding; Katie worries that her large assets won't fit in her wedding gown.
Paralympic snowboarder Amy Purdy, not afraid to take risks, waits until three weeks before her wedding to find a dress; Katie brings a list ranking her top gowns; Lori hopes her dress fits for her wedding in 9 days.
Bride Lauren loves dressing sexy, but she wants a gown that still feels bridal; Ali wants to look like Beyoncé on her big day day, and needs a dress with tons of sparkle; Blair hopes her grandmother approves of her sexy dress.
Bride Margo struggles to get her twin sister's approval of her dresses; Brenda needs all four of her sisters to agree with her dress choice; Amy worries her twin sister will think her dress is too revealing.
Randy gives back to Iraq and Afghanistan War veteran Alicia by surprising the shocked bride with a day at Kleinfeld; brides Margo, Brenda and Amy all struggle to get their sisters' approval.
Lauren is in love with a dress that will blow her budget to shreds; Shoshana is paying for her own dress to complete her special day; Sara is over budget and must convince her father the dress is worth the money.
"High School Musical" star Corbin Bleu helps his fiancé Sasha find her dream dress; bride Lauren loves a dress that will blow her budget; Liz is anxious to wear the Pnina dress she chose with friend Danielle Jonas.
Designer Hayley Paige makes three unique dresses for her big day; bride Elisabeth comes to Kleinfeld to buy her dream gown from Hayley Paige; LaKesha, a big fan of designer Lazaro, gets a huge shock at the salon.
The wedding guru herself, Martha Stewart, visits Kleinfeld to help bride Bailey decide if she truly chose her perfect dress; bride Jessica's indecisiveness may keep her from finding a gown; bride Crystal wants impossible alterations.
Brides come from around the country for Kleinfeld's famous sample sale where they will have only three hours to sort through hundreds of designer options to find their dream dress.
A bride's husband pushes her to choose a sexy gown; a bride returns for a dress that is even racier than her last; a bride is hesitant of her fiance's form fitting preference.
VIP brides with unlimited budgets meet with designer Pnina Tornai, and try on gorgeous gowns with bling.
A family bickers and does not listen to what the bride wants; an enormous entourage with many opinions; a mother demands her daughter's custom gown be redesigned.
A bride's father grants an unlimited budget, but her mother disagrees with her sexy dress choices; one bride wants a ball gown, but her mother thinks form fitting is best; one bride allows her mother to dress shop for her.
Searching for the perfect princess gown with a very opinionated father; a bride who's father passed away hopes to find a gown he would have loved; a bride worries her conservative father won't like her custom Pnina gown.
A bride who has always been the bridesmaid; a bride determined to make her second wedding perfect; a bride who bought her dress four years ago.
A bossy bridesmaid picks out an over-budget gown, leaving a bride devastated; a bride has trouble committing to a dress with her ill mother absent.
A bride wants to show off her new body; a bride who said yes to a designer's sketch now awaits the real gown; looking for a fashion-forward dress.
HuffPost Live correspondent and host Caitlyn Becker is torn between two dresses; one bride claims her dream dress is the first she tries on.
A feathered or black ball gown; one bride loves every dress she tries on, but her family likes none of them; head over heels for a bohemian gown.
A brides size 34 chest is blowing her budget; a bride's mother does not want her showing off the goods; a bride hopes her bust will fit after loosing weight.
A bride finds the gown she has been searching for only to learn it is double her budget; a bride is committed to going over budget on her see-through bodice.
One bride's second visit and her picky entourage; a bride wants a nontraditional gown but her mother disagrees; a reception dress with a top that is completely sheer.
Bride Lauren wants to look like a classy porn star; bride Amanda is hoping her custom gown lives up to her vision.
Television personality Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino and his brothers steal the spotlight from their sister Melissa in her search for a wedding gown; bride Ashley is upstaged by her flower girl's custom dress.
Actor Tony Danza helps his Broadway co-star find a costume; a ballerina bride wants a gown that is nothing like her princess dance costumes.
Comic Kathy Griffin works with Randy to surprise her former assistant; The Biggest Loser's Tumi Oguntala experiences a dress disaster on her wedding day.
At Kleinfeld's blow-out sale, Danielle and Kathryn want the same gown; Jessica searches for a very specific dress; artist Christine looks for a dress she can perform and walk down the aisle in.
Bride Rebekah is a survivor of the Boston Marathon bombings and has only one month to find her dream dress; tall bride Gianna has high expectations for her dress, but needs extra length.
Bride Callie is more concerned with pleasing her mother than her own style; bride Genevieve's entourage wants her to tone it down.
Miss USA Erin Brady looks for her dream dress but also has to please her mother-in-law; Monika wants lots of drama; Kat returns for her fitting, hoping her opinionated friend still loves her dress.
Bride Nicole has a specific dress style in mind, but finds out it may not suit her; another bride has tried on 50 gowns.
Bride Kristin is torn between a sexy or traditional look; bride Alexa has a conservative father but wants a dress with sex appeal.
Entourages that are bossy instead of helpful; bridesmaids insist on their styles; a mother demands her daughter try on a pink gown; a bride's family argues over the length of her hem.
Three brides who hope to top the dream dresses they've already found; Bride Lucille wants more bling; Dana loves a gown that her mother hates; Joan wants a dress unique to Kleinfeld.
An actress on tour with the musical "Wicked" wants a dress unlike her stage costumes; a picky bride who has tried on over 100 dresses.
Actress Sutton Foster searches for a dress; a wedding dress model fears she has worn too many gowns to find one that feels special; hope wants her dream dress for her vow renewal.
A bride and her wedding planner father do not see eye-to-eye; A bride who lost her mother depends on her father for help making the big decision.
Searching for a $14,000 Pnina dress no one can find; a brides two NFL star brothers secretly plan to purchase her gown; one bride's unwanted addition to her dress.
A bride wants to look sexy, but her mother wants a more modest look; a second-time bride whose mother is very opinionated; a bride worries her mother won't approve of a $13,000 gown she bought without her.
A former model flew from St. Louis to find a dress for her marriage to her baseball player fiance; a picky fashion buyer is back for her second visit; a meteorologist tries on her reconstructed gown for the first time.
Bride Whytnee wants sexy dress to suit a vixen image, bride Carla wants to show more skin than her mother would like and bride Dina wants a tight fitting gown.
Host Courtney Cason only wants a Mark Zunino gown; bride Zabrina looks for a ball gown for her New Year's Eve wedding; bride Cheryl has never seen her custom dress.
Personal trainer, Jillian Michaels, waits to surprise a bride who lost 175 pounds; a surprise proposal and a trip to Kleinfeld.
A country star looks for a dress that commands center stage; a rock girl wants a sexy gown; a songwriter is nervous for her fitting.
A triplet bride whose opinionated sisters want the final say; two sisters find they have similar tastes; a bride opted for a modest dress but is having second thoughts.
A bride wants to show off her tattoo, but her mother wants it covered; a singer needs a dress for her jazz-inspired wedding; one bride has only a month until her wedding.
Former Miss New Jersey looks for a dress that will put her pageant days behind her; a rodeo queen wants a gown with bling; a bride looking to stand out from the crowd.
A bride needs a huge ball gown that will wow all of her 700 guests; when a bride wants more bling her father has a special surprise; a bride needs a personal touch when her dress is lacking sparkle.
A fashionista shops with her uncle; a daddy's girl who's father is desperate to please; a fancy lace gown for a manor wedding.
Carolina, an editor for the show, is seeking the Kleinfeld experience; a close friend has a special surprise; consultant Katie gets to be a customer for a day.
Patti Ann needs a dress for a destination wedding in the Bahamas; Merav has expensive taste, but has a budget; a surprise guest at a fitting.
Pageant queen Anastagia wants to choose her own dress for once; Lisa tries to choose a color palette to please in-laws.
A professional basketball player embraces her height; a comedian wants to show it all off; a bride who has lost 100 pounds.
A bride who has tried on 100 gowns; one bride is determined to wear pink.
A bride who lost 100 pounds wants to show off her figure; a traditional white gown for a vow renewal.
A glitzy dress to compliment a luxurious lifestyle; a sports fan bride; a bride's boss helps find a dress.
A petite bride looking for a gown for a 20's theme inspired wedding; a bride returns to her fitting to add a personal touch to her gown.
Lauren recently eloped and wants a sexy dress for her family reception; money is no object for Aleshia; custom-made gown.
A blue dress for a destination wedding; a skeptical entourage; a unique dress to incorporate color; a shocking flower-patterned gown.
A bride flies 4,000 miles from Alaska to find a dress; a Norwegian bride has exhausted all options in Europe.
Comedian Seth Meyers surprises Shealynn, an injured army veteran; a southern model wants a sexy dress.
A daddy's girl hopes her father's dress vision matches her own; Missy brings her opinionated brothers; a bride longs for her brother's approval.
Amanda is mourning the recent loss of her future mother-in-law during her shopping trip; Dana searches for a dress of which her late mother would approve; Katy wants to incorporate her late mother's wedding gown fabric into her dress.
Cindy gets a surprise at the salon; Victoria has an unexpected family reunion at her appointment; Doni is looking for a unique surprise of her own.
Brooke wants a one-of-a-kind gown; Amanda wants to add even more bling to her dress; the wrong lace is ordered for Taylor's jacket.
Emily wants a traditional gown; Brittany wants to show off her bright red hair and tattoos; Lauren is nervous about her dress being too unusual.
Stefania wants a simple gown but her family has grander ideas; Precious needs a gown for her shrinking frame; a bride needs a dress for her wedding in just 72 days.
Broadway dancer LaQuet looks for a fun gown; Valerie wants a mermaid silhouette until she tries one on.
Dina is looking for a dress as sassy as she is; Laura wants a simple lace dress; Shandel wants a fitted dress but her daughter disagrees.
Kara fell in love with a red dress at another salon but her mother has different ideas; Sheena needs a colorful dress; Tamara tries on her dress for the first time.
Olympian Dawn is looking for a princess gown; Rita is searching for a 1940s style; Natalie needs a traditional gown for her full-size frame.
Cheryl recently beat breast cancer and had her last reconstructive surgery; Jennifer battles a rare kidney disease; Kristin is overcoming stage four lung cancer.
Mackenzie searches for a third dress; Kelly looks for a dress that is better than the one she has already found; Rachael wants to replace the gown she purchased, but no longer likes.
Katie hopes to find the perfect mermaid-style dress; Kayla's father and sister disagree on what type of dress she should wear; Katie is worried that her dress may be too tight.
Tanya's outspoken family helps her find a blush-colored dress; Mary Beth shops with three generations of family members; Stella only brings her mother to her first fitting.
Dana is shopping for an edgy dress; Akisha brings the best man to represent her husband; Alicia is looking for a dress to match her Texas style and insulin pump.
Emily wants to look sexy on her big day despite her mother's traditional requests; Aja searches for a dress to show off her curves; Courtney hopes her dress is filled out by her new chest.
Saralyn needs two dresses in order to share her wedding with her sister Megan who has Down syndrome; Rachel brings her sister.
Kristin Chenoweth comes to Kleinfelds with her bride-to-be assistant; Amy and her twin sister have very different opinions; Heather tries to please her picky sister.
Amanda is looking for a dress with tons of embellishment; Tamara is looking for a gown to make a statement at her destination wedding; Stephanie comes into her fitting still not convinced that she's bought the right dress.
Violet wants a tight and sexy gown to wear at her Dominican Republic wedding; Rachel hopes Kleinfelds will be her last stop; Leighanns first dress did not meet her standards.
Shari looks for a dress for renewing vows with her high-maintenance hubby; Alex must find a gown in 24 hours before returning home to Canada; Ebony is nervous about a fitting after having lost 30 pounds.
With no budget in mind, Kandice comes from Texas to find a blingy dress for her vow renewal ceremony; Barbara wants a sexy gown with sparkle that will match her pricey stilettos; Tykeshia comes back for her fitting.
Confident Stephanie is searching for a gown she can dance in; Body conscious Kristyn has been avoiding wedding dress shopping; Sherri has lost thirty-five pounds but is still nervous about her body-hugging gown.
Nicole leaves her six-month old quadruplets at home while she shops for a gown for her destination wedding; Margo, who lost all of her hair due to cancer treatments, comes to the salon to find a gown that makes her feel beautiful.
Randi is having a carnival wedding and wants a polka dot gown to match; Mary is an opera singer; Boo and Piper are having a dog wedding.
Nicole hopes to find the perfect wedding gown with the help of her psychic Aunt; Desiree brings along her 90-year old grandma; Allyson tries to match her family's 100-year old veil with her modern gown.
A former miss DC has come to the store with only one gown in mind; Tamara is looking for an out-of-the box gown that makes a statement for her destination wedding; Stephanie comes in for her fitting but is not sure if she made the right choice.
Brides looking to save money flock to the store to find marked-down designer dresses at bargain prices.
Rebecca hunts for a wedding gown; Katie's bust line causes problems; Valerie has big dreams for her dress.
A former Miss DC has come to the store with only one gown in mind; pageant queen Melissa is looking for a gown for her Atlantic City nuptials; Stephanie comes in for her fitting but is not convinced she chose the right gown.
Second-time bride Becky searches for a dress to make up for her first wedding disaster; after surviving a car crash Tracey hopes to find the last wedding gown she will ever wear; Monica has owned her dress for years and is finally ready to wed.
Ebony turns to Randy on a rush order for a form fitting gown; Cynthia's vail clashes with her dress and her wedding is only one month away; visiting from Egypt, Passant only has so much time to find a dress.
Crystal vies for the perfect princess Pnina dress; Kelly searches for a Grace Kelly inspired gown in black; Deborah feels a connection to Princess Diana and is determined to have her own Royal Wedding of South Beach.
Stephanie wants to kick off Christmas with a Black Friday wedding; Katie is hoping to look like an ice princess for her winter wonderland wedding; Megan's wedding is holiday themed.
Even after losing 100 pounds Victoria still needs her mother's approval on her dress; Laura and her mother do not have the same taste; a slimmer Vicki has to contend with her mother.
Courtney and Reeta are shopping together for wedding dresses with Courtney's dad who is also Reeta's groom; Trisha's father overcame heart failure and helps her pick out a dress; Caitlin has her fitting now that her father is able to attend.
With a celebrity in the salon there is no shortage of attitudes; three brides battle against big opinions in order to score the dress of their dreams.
Katie has survived a double lung transplant; Molly is looking for a dress to signal her transition into womanhood; Christy comes for her first fitting after losing 160 pounds.
Krystle wants to find the perfect dress for her wedding; Deshae sets her focus on glitz, beads and sparkle.
Indian bride Rashi wants an Americanized gown; Katie will be having two wedding ceremonies; Shenelle is nervous about seeing her custom color dress.
Kelly wants to say "I do" in red; Beth wants to be opposite of traditional; Ashley wants to wear a gown her guests will always remember.
Holly Robinson Peete is renewing her vows; Devon has come to Kleinfeld with her fiance, Duane Brown; Taya is engaged to Adam Koets.
Tisa is looking for a dress that makes her look hot; Victoria is looking for a dress for her wedding just eight weeks away; Emily is trying on her gown for the first time.
Kristy is looking for the right dress to show off her new figure; Kristin is excited to fit into dress samples; Judith is nervous that her dress will not fit.
Kristin wants an edgy wedding dress; Lindsey decides on a softer wedding dress look; Amber is looking for a dress that is different and shows off her tattoos.
Monisha is looking for a dress for her three ceremonies; Mary has a budget to buy two dresses; Andrea is a bling loving bride.
Natalie hopes Kleinfeld will be her last stop; Amy sees herself as overweight; Elona's gown is more than she ever imagined.
Farrah doesn't seem to know what she wants; Stephanie's style is vintage glam; Lela doesn't know what she wants; Christiane gets nervous about finding something.
Tara is shopping with her best friend, Johnny Weir; Taylor brings her fiance; Brandi needs her fiance's approval.
Ty is looking for two dresses; Jacqueline would like two different style-dresses; Christina is at the salon for her second dress fitting.
Amy is on the hunt for her dream dress; Edwina has only three months before her wedding; Michelle is seeing her dress since losing 50 pounds.
Katie is convinced to ditch her jeans and cowboy boots for a wedding gown; Courtney's looking for a flashy ball gown; Jennifer ordered her dress a size too small.
Krystle shares the spotlight with her mom; Afrodite and her mother have never agreed about fashion; it is important that Lindsey's mom attends the fitting.
Melissa is shopping for her wedding; Stella is having a Greek wedding; Carli is at the store for her final fitting.
Aimee says she wants a dress that's tight, blingy and "a little slutty"; Yovanna wants a dress that shows off her figure; Sahar has her fitting.
Latoya fantasizes about a blinged-out ball gown for her wedding; recently cancer-free, Kristin is ready to marry.
Ashley is dreaming of one gown that she tried on at another salon; Christie is a former stunt woman; Leah asks for a dress that doesn't have "boob mirage."
With her wedding just 21 days away, Candice is shopping with her mom; Jacy shops with friends; Tabitha makes salon history with her spending.
Kasey's OCD hinders her decision making; Jackie's dress to mask her self tan; Angela has second thoughts.
It is a bittersweet shopping trip for bride Katie and her family; Sarah and her husband are at the salon to find a gown for a ceremony to renew their vows; Jodee wants to look sexy on her wedding day.
Sarah, a nurse, wants a lace dress; Erika is unsure about getting her expensive gown; Kelly's ball gown.
Marjorie has enlisted family and friends to help find a dress; Lynette is at style odds with her family and friends; Dana is about to walk down the isle after putting her wedding on hold for 5 years.
Katherine, owner of Georgetown Cupcakes, comes to the salon accompanied by her sister and business partner; bride Suzy is accompanied by her bossy older sister; Lauren is anxious about her dress.
A woman has overcome tremendous obstacles to get to the salon.
Tamika brings her wedding planner to the salon; Ashley wants to look like a princess; Sandra's unusual wedding dress.
Niche comes to the salon looking for a stylish gown; Kate is looking for specific details such as tea length, sleeves and vintage; Dawn tries on a one-shouldered gown.
Porsha wants to wear a gown with her signature style; Kelly has come to the salon for a silver couture Pnina; Janelle couldn't envision wearing something ordinary.
Meighan and Christina, the newest kind of American family; Jackie is ambushed for a style makeover; Aja is sad at her fitting.
Dale is renewing her vows; Taryn can't wait to buy a wedding dress; Denise has returned after four years to try on her dress.
Jackie is a wedding model and pageant queen; Rachael has been dreaming of a dress just like Kate Middleton's; Alia and her fiance are planning a communal ceremony.
Buddy Valastro's wife, Lisa, is ready to find the perfect dress; Dominique knows exactly what she wants; Jessica is in alterations.
Norah brings her opinionated family; Shenelle arrives with a fashion forward entourage; Virginia brings her outspoken mother-in-law to her first fitting.
Comora's search for a gown gets more glitzy when her consultant, Kelly Rippa, arrives; Autumn is a blond with expensive taste; Donna is having a bad day.
Leah's little sister's opinion is what matters most; Bethany goes against her mom's wishes; Syndal has her first fitting.
Belly dancer Sahar has a specific look in mind for her dress; Michele, a former soldier, refuses to leave the dressing room; Kristin's back for her fitting, but it's not the same dress she originally bought.
An expensive look.
Christy has brought her brothers to help find a dress to cover a scar; Cathy brought her three best men; Laura has returned with her friend Rob for her fitting.
A bride with a list of dress expectations; a former NFL cheerleader has already bought and returned one dress; a military bride.
Lauren doesn't know about the secret behind her appointment; Julie's fiance Anthony has his eye on a special pink dress; Pam needs to find a suit for her fiance.
Bride Lindsay has been through her share of tragedies; Cher brought her new blended family along; Vera is having a big day in fittings.
Amy purchased a ball gown she feels doesn't fit a change in venue; Lisa wants a dress double her budget; Tara is a fitness instructor wanting to accentuate her figure.
Justyna's eloped and is tying the knot in 22 hours, so she must walk out of the salon with a dress today.
Justyna's eloped and is tying the knot in 22 hours, so she must walk out of the salon with a dress today.
Jesyca wants a dress that is flattering; Duvae wants a dress that makes her look grown up; Sara is back for her fitting.
Nikki Ann has a budget of $5,000, or so she thinks; Dawn's mom arrives with a little present; Kristyn plans to wow her wedding guests.
Michelle travels to try on dresses designed by Pnina Tornai; Kiki, a Greek "Southern Belle," loves a bargain; Audrey and Randy search for the perfect dress for Lillian.
Janine has a princess ball gown in mind for her wedding; Celeste is used to thinking about others before herself; Christina is pregnant and self conscious of her body.
Liza has returned to the salon to top the dress with 2 skirts that she designed. Leanne purchased a cheap gown but doesn't love it. Ivania has arrived with her opinionated fiancé.
Kate is at the salon with an entourage that includes her father; Leah's dad can't attend because he's a quadriplegic; Nancy has arrived in alterations with her fashionista father.
Kate is at the salon with an entourage that includes her father; Leah's dad can't attend because he's a quadriplegic; Nancy has arrived in alterations with her fashionista father.
Syndal is on the verge of marrying into New York Yankee royalty. Sarah and company come armed with notepads to help rate each dress she tries on. Danielle has returned to the salon with her vocal family in tow for her first dress fitting.
Sarah and Randy vow to turn Virgina's appointment around when they realize the dress of her dreams has been sold; Jennifer rushes because of the upcoming redeployment of her fiancé; Kelly's dress must be taken apart seam by seam.
Kristy wants to look like a pirate and is armed with a picture of a pirate dress she loves. Even though, Laura's dad is a reluctant to attend the appointment, he is not shy from voicing his outrageous ideas. Donna visits to try on her pink dress.
Paul Teutul Jr. ("American Chopper") helps his fiancée search for a wedding gown.
Julie-Ann's husband helps her pick a gown for their renewal ceremony; Ashley's father helps select her dress.
Jessica brings her fiance and his mother to find her dream gown; Jamie's vision of her wedding day is not clear; Carla wants to make amends after picking a dress against her mother's wishes.
Bride Cherine wants to look like an Egyptian Barbie; bride Jessica looks for a dress that will go with fairy wings.
Bride Nancy receives help from her father and uncle Dave; Nicole shops with her dad and family; Michelle tries on the gown she purchase with her father.
Nicole and her large, vocal family; Lindsay brings her sisters; Amanda's mother demands that the dress get fixed.
A bride is determined to buy a third wedding gown; a bride admits to planning the wedding before the proposal; a bride tries on her fantasy dress.
A bride must choose a second dress when her fiancé disapproves of the first purchase; a bride with breast cancer shares the dress shopping experience with her fiancé.
Bride Joey has tried on over 100 dresses at other stores; a first time dress shopper is distracted by a tiara; a nervous bride's dress was not love at first sight.
A bride's entourage consists of eight people; a bride brings her three best friends to her appointment.
Carla wants a glitzy dress but her mother disagrees; Natasha hopes to reconnect with her mother; Erin nervously tries on the dress her mother loves.
A bride wants something sexy and bling.
Lindsay's dress gets ruined at the cleaners; Heather is panicked at the salon; Caitlyn's dream dress wasn't the right size during her fitting at another salon.
Grace brings her father, who is conflicted about letting go of his "little girl." Bride Lauren is shopping with her opinionated family. Sharon is shopping with her best friend, Wendy, who's like a sister.
Danielle's aunt brings the family's "wooden spoon" to keep order; brides Erika and Devin want matching dresses; after eight months the fitter struggles to close Amy's dress.
Donna can't find anything in her budget so her father doubles the number; Daisy searches for a Spanish style gown; Heidi tries on her ball gown.
A bride already has the perfect dress, but can't stop shopping; a client doesn't disclose she's found a dress at another store; a bride tries on a Pnina Tornai dress that's beyond her budget.
A pageant queen is determined to have all eyes on her on her wedding day; a wannabe bride gets a jump on wedding dress shopping; a self-proclaimed "Goth girl" returns to the salon.
Randy and Nicole count down the most meticulous and finicky brides and parties to ever head down the aisle.
Randy and Nicole count down memorable moments in the salon, including bridal bliss and fitting room freak-outs.
Randy and Nicole count down the most unforgettable families, including unbearable twins, greedy moms and capricious brides.
Randy and Nicole count down the wildest dramas to unfold in pursuit of a wedding dress while shopping at the salon.
Randy Fenoli, bridal expert, knows that he can find the perfect gown for every girl.
A bride tells Dianne and Randy her budget is $7,000, while her mother reveals it's actually $4,000; a pageant queen's mother wants her to wear a Cinderella dress; a bride's dress comes up seven inches too short during her fitting.
A bride plans to lose 20 pounds before her wedding, so she's searching for a flattering dress; a consultant works with a plus-size bride.
Nicole flies in on a private jet with her family to shop at the salon; Isabel is looking for a classic gown; a bride who is eight months pregnant needs alterations to her dress.
Jennifer believes her dress budget is $10,000, while her mother thinks she should spend less since her grandmother is paying; a toy designer wants to look like a princess; a woman's fitting goes into crisis mode over a curved band of fabric.
Susan's family flies to New York City for a dress intervention; Tiffany brings her large extended family; Susan is accompanied to her fitting by her mother, grandmother and prospective mother-in-law, who she's meeting for just the third time.
A second-time bride brings her younger fiance to the salon; Dianne and Randy team up to help a bride find a lacy sheath; a bride gets her first glimpse at her ball gown.
After being pressured into purchasing a dress by her mother and stepmother, Jennifer is on a mission to find a new gown; Lisa uses her fiance, John, as a guide to style; the dress Kate bought before getting engaged needs alterations.
Tameka wants a simple dress, but her mother wants something sleek and glamorous; Karen admits picking a dress is hard without her mom; Gabrielle leaves the store vowing to lose weight before her final fitting.
Sarah decides she hates the dress she bought more than a year ago; Meghan panics at her fitting because she does not recognize her dress; Jessica is challenged by Kelly, who is not familiar with dress shopping.
Five outspoken bridesmaids accompany a bride; a rugby player visits the salon with her fiance, mother and aunt; an unhappy bride undergoes alterations.
One bride has lost 120 pounds; a bride doesn't know what style she wants; a bride is accompanied by her fiance, who is a style guru; a bride has dress problems on her wedding day.
Jessica dresses three brides simultaneously; Maria brings three generations of her family to an appointment.
Michelle Duggar, mother of 18, arrives with her children and husband to find a dress for the renewal of wedding vows; Beatrize has tried on 100 dresses and has a list of 40 more to check out; Jessica is missing a veil; Gladys gets panicky.
Picky Bernadette finds something in every dress Sarah pulls; a nurse suddenly can't make a decision while in the shop.
Rookie consultant Jessica joins the team; a customer needs to walk out of the store with a dress on that day; a wedding planner who is getting married wants a dress to top all others.
Consultants go the extra mile to make sales in tough economic times; Audrey reconstructs a dress to make a sale; Debbie finds a dress for a bride who is getting married in five weeks; Vera reconstructs a neckline to save a fitting.
Tiffany's mother has trouble accepting her choice of a nontraditional hot pink dress; a woman and her mother have different tastes; a second-time bride has her fitting.
Bre, a former beauty queen, wants to be a traditional bride; Jennifer visits the shop with an undermining entourage.
Carmel desperately needs a sale to hit her monthly goal; a consultant works with a bride who recently donated a kidney to her fiance; a bride has an unlimited budget; Patricia has problems at her fitting.
Indecisive brides; Jennifer claims she is "dress blind"; Christy's mom wants a ball gown for her; Susan bought a ballroom-style dress too hastily and wants something better suited to her edgy taste.
Varying family dynamics; Julie and her mother don't hold back brutal opinions; Annie brings her adopted mom to the store; same sex couple Joy and Beth have high expectations for their visit to the shop.
Ex-model Leah is assigned to consult Dianne, who is challenged by her opinionated maid of honor; Audrey deals with differences of opinion between a 50-year-old bride and her daughter; Jennifer tries on a dress with "elegant cleavage."
Alla, who lost her mother to breast cancer, battles an opinionated aunt; Ellen falls for a dress that may be beyond her budget; Liz and her mother find their tastes differ; Timoria's fitting gets emotional.
Debbie and Carmel team up to sell dresses to sister brides; consultant Dianne is confronted by two brides during one appointment; Rozlynn has her fitting.
Caitlin plans a military wedding after eloping; Lee and her husband search for a dress for the renewal of their vows; after Stefany loses weight, her dress doesn't fit; Jennifer looks to Vera to fix a collapsed bust.
Consultant Sarah gets engaged and must find a dress, but she can't maintain focus while she's at work.
Brides on a budget in an unstable economy expect more bang for their buck; Melanie's dream dress has increased in price over time; Fofie finds her dress, but her father won't pay the $24,000 asking price; Jennifer adds new bling.
Jessica wants a fairy-themed wedding complete with fairy wings on her dress; Marisa looks for the perfect ball gown wedding dress; Vicki and her twin sister return for a fitting.
Sacha refuses to settle for a dress within her budget; Elizabeth brings a large and opinionated group; Madora finds a dress but struggles with the cost; Dorianne's dad gets emotional during her fitting.
New consultant Carmel has a tall order from her first bride of the day; an Indian bride wants an elaborate red dress for $2,000; Camille tries to help a reluctant shopper.
Finding the right dress sometimes tests relationships; a relationship strained by religious differences; Lisa and her mom wage a budget battle; Keasha helps a friend; Rachel's final fitting.
Nicole's sorority sisters surprise her with a weekend trip, but there's something fishy about an appointment; Grace brings her fiance, Tate, who gets completely involved in the appointment; Lauren tries to please her aunt.
Jessica brings scorecards to ensure an honest opinion of her gowns; eight friends and family members accompany Holly to the salon; Lydia has her first fitting; it's Blowout Sale time, but there are concerns about the event being a bust.
The fairy-tale quest for the perfect gown doesn't always have a happy ending; Kate seeks one that fits her taste and budget; Adrianna searches for a perfect dress.
Everyone thinks they know what's best at the salon, especially brides; Erin and her crew meet celebrity designer Austin Scarlett; Susan seeks an elaborate ball gown; Cally wants her dress painted on her.
Change is in the air at the salon; Beth is dealing with the recent death of her younger sister and wants to find a dress that captures her sibling's spirit; Stacey looks for a gothic gown; Lynn comes in for her first fitting.
Two brides bring along their fiances, a situation that can become a nightmare for the salon's consultants; hundreds of brides flock to New York City for the big blowout sale at the salon.
Bridal consultant Claudia is assigned an easy bride to help snap her sales slump, but even that sale evaporates and puts her on thin ice; Nicole's people skills are severely tested.
A woman who usually gets what she wants spots the dress of her dreams on another bride; consultant Claudia works with a bride from Slovakia on a tight budget.
Bridal consultant Claudia is on the hot seat again; seasoned consultant Debbie knows how to deal with any obstacle, even if it's a fiance; two brides, including one accompanied by her twin sister, have their first fittings.
After a two-week vacation, Claudia is not looking forward to getting back to work, especially now that her sales performance is under the microscope; Claudia's appointment with a bride starts well, but the pressure to buy becomes too much.
Finding a dream wedding dress can be an emotional and overwhelming experience for a bride; dresses mean many different things to each bride.
Managers strive to make things right as tensions rise during a day when everything seems to be going wrong at the salon; a bride's out-of-control mother punches the alterations manager.
Brides get deals on designer dresses, and consultants make their sales goals at the salon's monthly sample sale; a bride and her family are sure that the dress the fitter brought out is not the one she tried.
Audrey and Sarah find out the hard way that selling the first time out is tough, as they struggle to please indecisive brides; Keasha entertains a bride with a unique shopping style.
Hala, an Egyptian-American bride, brings four generations of her family to shop, making the salon manager worry about whether an inexperienced consultant can handle the crowd; a bride returns to the store with buyer's remorse.
Camille wants to wear three styles of gowns for her over-the-top wedding and relies on the salon's experts to help make her dreams come true.
Christine's overly assertive bridesmaid thinks it's her job to pick the wedding gown, but how managers deal with her is part of the secret to their store's success; a bride comes in for a fitting and freaks out.
While shopping for a dress for her renewal ceremony, Kate Gosselin falls in love with two different gowns.
Honesty might not always be the best policy for Vicky and her twin sister when choosing a wedding gown; a double-fitting for a bride and mother.
Some brides have no idea what they want when looking for a wedding gown, including a socialite who doesn't like a dress she designed.
Eager grooms help their brides choose wedding gowns; a former customer is upset after a broken engagement.
A petite bride looks for a vintage-style dress; a biker chick looks for something outrageous for her wedding day.
A team from the salon searches for cutting-edge gowns at Bridal Market Week.
Gabby has style maven Stacy London help find a dress; Elizabeth wants her sister's approval on a dress.
Fathers accompany their daughters to help find wedding gowns and offer fatherly advice; wedding fund.
A husband-and-son team picks out the gowns; a bride's brother turns out to be the family fashion guru.
A bride brings in several friends to help choose the perfect dress, but the process doesn't get any easier.
A woman tries to please two daughters and two soon-to-be stepdaughters when choosing a dress for a second wedding.
A bride visits the bridal salon without an appointment.
Claudia has a last chance to prove that she can sell gowns; women line up for the biggest sale of the year.
A future husband is on hand to help find the right dress; Alexandra becomes discouraged in her search for a budget dress.
Employees of the bridal salon are on the go as sales continue to decline; Nitsa deals with an hysterical mother.
The salon opens with designer dresses at discounted prices; a dispute surrounding a dress arises between two shoppers.
Some brides find it hard to commit to a dress, but the staff at Kleinfeld is proud that they are always able to find the perfect dress.
Canadian bride Camilla wants to look "like Barbie" and have a fairy-tale wedding with three dresses.
Counting down the top-10 trends in bridal fashion with Randy, who gives tips for brides to achieve these looks.
Some brides choose romantic holiday-inspired weddings; Randy looks back at holiday looks, counting down his 12 favorite Christmas styles.
Kelly Miller plans her big day; a bride made a lasting impression with her big personality and confidence when she went to Kleinfeld to find her dream dress.
Una bailarina del vientre con un vestido en mente; Michele se rehusa a abandonar su camerino.
Audrey y Sarah luchan para complacer a novias indecisas.
Hala, una novia egipcia-estadounidense, lleva cuatro generaciones de su familia a la tienda, por lo que el director del salón se preocupa de que el consultor no pueda manejar la multitud.
Todos piensan que ellos saben qué es lo mejor en un salón, especialmente la novias; Erin y su equipo conocen a la diseñadora de celebridades Austin Scarlett; Susan busca un vestido elaborado; Cally quiere que le pinten un vestido sobre ella.
Una prometida quiere un vestido deslumbrante, pero su madre prefiere algo simple y elegante; otra novia espera que ir de compras para la boda le ayude a reconectarse con su madre y una mujer está nerviosa acerca de probar el vestido que su madre ama.
Los jefes tratan de hacer que todo marche bien mientras la tensión sube cuando todo sale mal en el salón.
Jessica lleva tarjetas de puntuaciones para asegurarse de las opiniones honestas sobre sus vestidos; ocho amigos y miembros de su familia acompañan a Holly al salón; Lydia tiene su primera prueba; es momento de la gran venta, pero hay preocupaciones.
La búsqueda de cuento de hadas por el vestido perfecto no siempre tiene un final feliz; Kate busca uno que se adapte a su gusto y a su presupuesto; Adrianna busca el vestido perfecto.
Para Leah, la opinión de su hermana menor es lo más importante; Bethany opone los deseos de su madre; Syndal se prueba vestidos por la primera vez.
Sonia busca un vestido con apariencia de alta calidad a bajo precio; Chole no encuentra el traje deseado; Candice quiere representar quien ella es.
Las novias consiguen negociar en vestidos de diseñador, y los consultores hacen sus objetivos de ventas en la venta mensual de muestra de salón; una novia y su familia están seguros que el vestido la probadora sacó no es uno que ella eligió.
La familia de American Chopper cambia los sopletes por vestidos de novia. Rachael concurre con su prometido Paul Teutul, Jr. en busca de su vestido. Maria es el centro de su cortejo nupcial en la sala de pruebas.
Una novia llega al salón con un grupo de ocho; una mujer lleva a sus tres mejores amigas.
Padre de la novia multiplica su presupuesto para el vestido de novia; oficial de la policía busca un vestido con estilo español.