They say good things come in threes. And for surprise weddings, these are three experts. Coming from the makers of “Queer Eye,” “Say I Do” throws interior designer Jeremiah Brent, fashion designer Thai Nguyen and chef Gabriele Bertaccini into the lives of eight deserving couples to give them the wedding of their dreams in just a week.
The new reality show dropped on Netflix earlier today to grace us, emotional single adults (or is this just me?), with tear-jerking episodes featuring celebrations of love. Attending a wedding single (or not) is already emotional enough, but watching couples who always intended to marry get the surprise wedding of their dreams? It’s just a treat if you’re like me—sentimental, spontaneous and a sucker for people getting what they deserve.
Each episode features a couple who either never got their big day or needed a wedding re-do for one reason or another. This is where the wedding experts come in. As mentioned by the Netflix press release, “the three experts will help the groom with a plan to surprise their ‘spouse to be’ with a personalized proposal, followed by their dream wedding… this weekend!”
I may not be having (as if I’m ready for it yet) or attending a wedding any time soon in this pandemic, but I’m so ready to cheers to the happy couple at every episode.
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