The second season ends in Miami, where a tall bride needs a dress that won't overpower the groom; a woman's desire for a sexy gown doesn't please her traditional parents; and a bride wants two dresses for a destination wedding.
Randy's clients in Washington, D.C., include an attorney who's struggling with weight issues; a bride who will be at the center of the social event of the season; and a wedding blogger who learns to take her own advice.
Randy stops in Austin, where a bride wants one gown for two different ceremonies, while another wants a gown to show off her tattoo. Also: Tensions flare between two brides when one of them looks good in everything.
Clients in Chicago include a bride who lost her mother to cancer and has been avoiding shopping without her; a bride whose bohemian style doesn't match her family's traditional tastes; and a bride who wants to look like a movie star.
Clients in San Francisco include a roller-derby bride who's planning a futuristic wedding and a woman named Sparkle who wants a dress to match, while a small but curvy bride presents Randy with one of his toughest challenges.
Randy is in Denver to help a bride honor her Native American heritage and impress her daughter. Meanwhile, a self-conscious bride wants a dress that covers a scar; and another bride considers letting guests see as much of her as possible.
A stop in Oklahoma City features an NBA cheerleader who wants a runway gown for her carnival-theme reception; a bride hoping to look like a princess; and a woman trying to take her mind off a lost loved one.
The second season begins in Los Angeles, where a bridal-magazine publisher covets a dress unlike anything she's ever seen before; a bride hopes her wedding will resemble a Hollywood extravaganza; and a talent executive wants to look like a star.