Kristin was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer before her high school sweetheart left for a military assignment, so they said a quick "I do." Now that she was healthy again and her guy was back in the U.S., they were going to do their wedding right! And that meant getting a proper -- and perfect -- wedding dress. The wedding would be a huge celebration for the family, and they had high expectations for Kristin's gown.
As for the bride, she told Dianne that she simply wanted to look classy and elegant. Her entourage was disappointed with the first few styles she tried on. They thought that Kristin deserved a dress much more unique. Nothing too girly, nothing too trendy. Just something timeless and figure-flattering! In dress No. 3, Kristin felt truly beautiful. And luckily for the bride, her family loved it, too!
Latoya owned her diva attitude: "I always want what I want," she said. She saved up for her dream wedding, and now that she had the funds (and a beautiful baby girl!), she was ready to purchase a princess-perfect dress. Camille helped pull a few blingy styles within Latoya's $10,000 budget.
The first ball gown was gorgeous, but Latoya's entourage urged her to keep looking. Dress No. 2 took the wedding's Hollywood glamour theme in a different direction: It was a sexy, figure-hugging mermaid silhouette. The bride was tempted by the gown but ultimately decided it wasn't regal enough. In dress No. 3, Latoya was pleased with the fit but wasn't crazy about the lack of bling. Randy suggested adding some custom crystals...and when the bride realized it was within her budget to do so, she said an enthusiastic yes!
Down in alterations, Denise was trying on her dress for the second time. She'd waited many years for the right guy to come along! "It's never too late to get married," she explained. For Denise, it was worth the wait for true love -- and the right dress. She was having a total Cinderella moment in her ball gown. "I looked in the mirror and the sparkle was so tremendously wonderful!" she exclaimed. Congratulations, Denise!
Kristin models her perfect gown. (Credit: DCL)