Jane's mother wanted her in a lacy dress with sleeves, but that wasn't quite Jane's style. Mom and daughter found a happy medium, and we caught up with Jane to get the scoop! Read the recap of her episode, see pictures of the dresses she tried on, and watch video from Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta!
TLC: Was the wedding dress you chose similar to what you'd always pictured?
Jane: I tried on so many dresses that I’m not sure what I originally imagined, but whatever I imagined, it didn’t include tulle; and what do you know, my whole dress is tulle!
TLC: Who was the most memorable member of the Bridals by Lori team that you worked with? Tell us what made the experience so special.
Jane: Monte was a joy to work with. I remember him helping my consultant, Flo, by bringing me dresses he thought I would like….little did he know every dress he brought me, I’d already tried on.
TLC: Describe any special accessories you'll be pairing with your wedding dress.
Jane: I planned to wear my sister’s veil; however, once my dress arrived, I quickly learned that mismatching tulle doesn’t work.
TLC: If you had it to do all over again, would you have chosen a different dress? Which style would you have gone with?
Jane: No, I probably would have picked the same dress and style. I picked out my dress 13 months prior to the wedding, so if I could do it all over again, I would have waited until about 8 months prior since I’m so impatient.
TLC: What are you looking forward to about your wedding day?
Jane: Probably be the part where Scott, my fiancé, will say “I do.” The second best will be eating the cake and watching my dad dance the night away.
TLC: What do you plan to do with your dress after the wedding?
Jane: After the wedding, I will be perfectly preserving my dress for my daughter just like my mother did for me. And when she goes wedding dress shopping, I’ll emphasize the fact that she would look amazing in a strapless, sweetheart, tulle dress.
Jane and her fiance Scott (Photo by K&K Photography, Tampa, Fla.)