Soon to be bride, Noelle Kane, wants to combine the simple comforts of the South, with the excitement of a big city for her wedding – all with the help of a glue gun! Can David wrestle the gun from her hand and save this wedding?
Soon to be bride, Noelle Kane, wants to combine the simple comforts of the South, with the excitement of a big city for her wedding – all with the help of a glue gun! Bedazzled pigs, fake flowers with rhinestones, even the bridesmaids dresses have headband accents thanks to a glue gun! When David Tutera meets Noelle for the first time, and sees her décor, he’s not quite sure how to respond! And it gets worse – Noelle models her stained wedding dress that she bought at a yard sale that’s four sizes too small! Once David walks into the couple’s backyard that will double as their reception space, he’s seen enough. With just three weeks to work his magic, David replaces the garage sale gown with a drop-dead gorgeous designer dress and puts his spin on the tradition of “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue” by adding Noelle’s mom’s wedding dress to her boutique, surprising her with new shoes, eye popping jewelry and a decorative blue hair piece. If that wasn’t enough, David and Noelle put her glue gun to good use, creating a signature tablecloth. For a finale, David informs his bride that her wedding won’t be in her backyard, he’s bringing the South to New York City and will transform the Women’s Club of Glen Ridge into Noelle’s Southern paradise.
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