Weddings are far more than a church hall and a Sunday dinner these days, and many people spend years planning the perfect wedding to make sure they’re definitely celebrating their marriage in the way they want. However, these days it’s not just about the bride and groom, it’s about stunning the guests with the most impressive day they’ve ever experienced. Of course, that part is totally up to the bride and groom, but there’s no denying that over the years, weddings have become larger and more lavish. Well, no one can help but want to have a sneak peek into how other people are doing it, which is why these wedding reality shows exist.
Don’t deny that you haven’t heard of a bridezilla or two, there have been hundreds of stories across the internet about a few brides who have seriously blown it with family and friends because of their high demands. So, if you want to see some of these stories first hand, then the TV show Bridezilla’s is for you. This show televises brides who are on the verge of losing the plot because everything has to be absolutely perfect, to the point where they’re taking advantage of the people closest to them. It’s not the prettiest show, but perhaps it can serve as a fair warning for those getting married not to do what these people do; it’s also incredibly entertaining, and we recommend popcorn.
Say Yes to the Dress
This show is kind of what it says on the tin. An episode consists of a bride looking for her perfect dress, although the frocks tend to be seriously expensive; showing off high-end gowns for brides with a lot of cash to spend. The bride also takes along a couple of people, whether it’s their mom or maid of honor, either way, everyone wants to get in on the decision and, safe to say, a few of them end up butting heads. Not to mention the tears and tantrums when things don’t go their way. It’s also a great way to get some dress inspiration; there’s always a budget version somewhere, fear not!
There is nothing on this earth that can compare with four brides warring for who’s is the best wedding, not to mention the prize of an all-inclusive honeymoon. Who wouldn’t fight tooth and nail for that? Especially when the average American wedding costs $30,000 and that doesn’t include the engagement ring or honeymoon. Each bride must attend the wedding of the other, they will also judge them on various aspects of their wedding, such as the ceremony and the reception. It’s all good trying to guess what does and doesn’t work in theory, but watching it in practice will make a massive difference.
My Fair Wedding
This is more of a wedding guidance show, after all, it takes someone on the outside to see just what’s wrong with what you’re doing. David Tutera stars in this show and helps hundreds of brides to see through the best day of their life, after all, sometimes it takes a logistical genius to pull off a few of these ladies’ ideas. If you’re looking for a show that covers all the bases, this is the one for you.
Whether you’re looking for some advice and tips, or you just want a jolly good laugh, these TV shows are a great laugh no matter what your motivation is.