In Seattle, Amanda owns and operates Made for You, with Love, where she designs custom made wedding dresses starting from second hand dresses, thus giving her customers designer dresses at a fraction of the cost. A one person show with the exception of volunteer time from her best friend Allie when Allie isn’t at her day job, the business is a passion project at which Amanda makes little money, that aspect which isn’t important as some life curves, including a failed engagement, made her focus on what makes her happy. That failed engagement has made her man-shy, she, if she was looking, would want someone reliable and predictable with good communication skills, those missing aspects in her ex-fiancé which she felt were the downfalls of that relationship. Allie encourages her to start dating again, and she does end up following-up with Keith, a lawyer she met at one of her client’s wedding, he who she learns ticks off all the boxes. At the same wedding, who she doesn’t click with is …
User Reviews: I didn’t know there was a market for used wedding dresses, but the way Amanda does it makes sense. But we have another business on main street that can’t afford the rent. I liked how that was dealt with at the end. Other than that, the story is a little thin and a lot of time was spent doing stuff to dresses sometimes with no dialogue. There weren’t any great highs or low, or surprises.
I didn’t like James for a while and part of that is something about Brendon Zub. But James grows on you and there’s some chemistry with Edy Ganem. One thing about all the time in the dress show, also meant a lot of screen time for the leads to develop their relationship.