Looks Like Say I Do, a Surprise Wedding Reality Show, Will Test Your Tear Ducts

Say I Do features eight couples who are getting the surprise weddings of their dreams.
By Chris Harnick 17 Jun, 2020 2:50 PMTags
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If you have more tears left to cry after season five of Queer Eye, buckle up for Say I Do.

Say I Do hails from the creators of Queer Eye and features couples who always intended to marry, but for a variety of reasons never got to make walking down the aisle a reality. The show stars interior designer Jeremiah Brent, fashion designer Thai Nguyen and chef Gabriele Bertaccini who work together to make the dream weddings a reality. Oh, and the weddings are all surprises.

"For me, food has always been very sentimental. It's all about creating a moment that you'll be able to look back to and smile. In this case, it's a surprise wedding," Chef Gabriele says in the trailer below.

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"In case it's not said to you a million times a day, it's important that you know how special the two of you are," Jeremiah tells a couple in the trailer.

Get looks at the surprise weddings—and all the tears that they bring out—in the new trailer above.

Executive producers on the eight-episode series are Larissa A.K. Matsson, David Collins and Erin Coan.

The eight-episode first season of Say I Do drops Wednesday, July 1 on Netflix.