I don’t know about you lot, but lockdown 2.0 has me feeling all sorts of blue. So to cheer me up over the weekend, I dived into Netflix in search of some heartwarming content. And that’s when I started bingeing Say I Do. It’s like Queer Eye, but for weddings. In fact, the series comes from the creators of Queer Eye – you’ll recognise some of the same music – so you know it’s going to be good for the soul.

Say I Do features eight extremely deserving couples who have always intended to marry, but for one reason or another, were never able to make their big day a reality. Enter interior designer Jeremiah Brent, fashion designer Thai Nguyen, and chef Gabriele Bertaccini. The three experts work with the groom to plan and surprise their partner with a personalised proposal, followed by their dream wedding. And when I say dream, I mean dreammmmm. Every single wedding is stunning, the food is gorg, and all the wedding dresses and suits are beyond unreal. Thai is a wizard.

Say I Do isn’t just a wholesome binge though, it’s a compelling and at times heartbreaking look at life. It deals with issues like loss, poverty, acceptance, and identity.  You will cry. I ugly cried over almost every episode. It just hits so hard.

Jeremiah, Thai, and Gabriele also go above and beyond for every couple they meet. I think my favourite part was watching them grow alongside the people whose lives they were changing for the better.

Say I Do premiered on Netflix at the beginning of the month so I’m pretty late to the party. Do not do what I did and scroll past it for the better half of a month. Watch it, watch it now.

If Twitter is anything to go, it appears I’m not the only one that pissed tears.

Say I Do is available on Netflix now.

I also 14/10 recommend Plus One, if you haven’t watched it already. It’s a modern-day romcom that’s equal parts sweet and bloody funny. You can also find that baby on Netflix.

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