Planetworks strikes Diamond-studded Gold with Tinseltown Weddings
Brides of Beverly Hills
a SLICETM Canadian Original Series
Launches June 16, 9:30pm ET
They’re beautiful, they’re A-list, some are bride-zillas, and some are altar-bound angels. Welcome to Brides of Beverly Hills, a new reality series that highlights the glitz and glamour of one of L.A.’s most exclusive bridal salons, Renee Strauss for the Bride.
A maven in the business, owner Renee Strauss has designed dresses and selected gowns for Hollywood’s most famous people, including Raquel Welch, Valerie Bertinelli, Heather Locklear, Paula Abdul and Diane Keaton.
Renee consults on numerous Hollywood productions, and dresses the soap stars of General Hospital when their characters are getting married.
Helping Renee turn wedding dreams real is longtime associate and celebrity florist, Kevin Lee – one of the most colourful aesthetic artists in Hollywood, and the inspiration behind Martin Short’s character Frank in Father Of The Bride. Kevin’s work has adorned the Emmys, the Oscars and most notably the weddings of Jennifer Aniston, Drew Barrymore and Tori Spelling. Kevin brings an element of humour to even the most demanding clients. And whether she’s an NFL cheerleader, a Penthouse Playmate, or Daddy’s little girl, these beautiful L.A. brides are all stars in their own personal nuptial drama.
A showcase for Hollywood royalty in their finest form, the new Canadian series, Brides of Beverly Hills captures tears, tantrums, disappointments and triumphs of brides-to-be at a famous L.A. bridal boutique as they choose one of the most important – and most expensive – outfits of their lives.
Brides of Beverly Hills airs every Thursday at 9:30pm ET .
A boutique firm specializing in popular lifestyle reality television, Planetworks is made up of three partners Romano D”Andrea , Carolyn Meland and Jeff Preyra. Together they have produced award-winning programs since 2003. These include 186 episodes of Style By Jury (the longest-running of all their shows, with worldwide sales in markets as far-flung as Turkey), plus 65 episodes of Arresting Design; 13 episodes of Totally Tracked Down; 7 episodes of Chef Off; and their latest 13-part series, Brides of Beverly Hills.