Netflix’s newest reality show from the creators who brought you the Queer Eye reboot, debuted the streaming site on July 1. This series is run by three very fun and experienced men (and masters of the heart-to-heart). They are Jeremiah Brent, Thai Nguyen, and Gabriele Bertaccini— their catchy trio name is still in the works.
Collectively, these specialists bring these eight couple’s dream weddings (and even some proposals) to reality. Imagine huge diamond engagement rings, live entertainment, and fancy dinners, and much more.
Say I do, is not like any other wedding reality tv show, it is more centered on the problems of eight couples, essentially those who are going to get married. But each of these couple’s have different stories, they face many challenges and personal issues. This show will make you empathize with these lovely people and surely the beautiful weddings; and the work that goes into making it successful will leave you awestruck. Dream weddings really do come true as experts Jeremiah Brent, Thai Nguyen, and Gabriele Bertaccini encourage and assist these couples to pull off their perfect celebration.
“Say I Do” is not short on sentiment or touching moments. The couples starred in this show have faced multiple, heartbreaking challenges. The premiere shows how Marcus was a shoulder to cry on when Tiffany lost her father. And she then also loses her sister within months. Another couple, Jonathan and Jason, fought Jason’s stage four cancer. In another chapter, we see Alex and her love, Michael, care for their two young nephews, due to his sister’s issues with drugs. This show emphasizes the personal lives of these couples. Each tale is different, but at the end of the day, they all are waiting for their happily ever after. It is their story of love and why they deserve their dream wedding. It throws light on life problems and issues couples face before and during their wedding bells.