February 01



I hope you all had a chance to watch my episode of Say Yes to the Dress, Atlanta on 1/31/14. If not, be sure to go to and check the listings for a repeat. The episode is called By the Book!

Say Yes pic

Now for the really fun part! I’m GIVING AWAY the dress! Yes, that’s right! My strapless Monique Lhuillier wedding gown is up for grabs! I just can’t bear to think of it sitting around in my closet having no fun!

To win, all you have to do is sign-up for my newsletter (if you haven’t already) and send me an email telling me why you would like the gown! Do *you* want it? Do you have a daughter, granddaughter, friend, or sister who would like it? And yes, I’ll cough up the size when you email me. 🙂

I’ll pick one lucky winner from the emails on 4/29/14, the day The Unexpected Duchess comes out.

The winner will be announced in my 4/29/14 newsletter!

Email me at valerie @ or go to my contact page to get in touch!

U.S. and Canada only (unless you’re willing to pay the shipping fees yourself). Void where prohibited.

Categorized Giveaway, Say Yes to the Dress


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robin klotzbier Feb 1, 2014 at 2:13 AM

I love the dress u picked

Kim Aures Feb 1, 2014 at 3:14 AM

I saw the episode of SYTTD. You made a lovely choice that was perfect for you!

    valerie Feb 1, 2014 at 4:26 PM

    Thanks for watching, Kim!

Judy Thomas Feb 1, 2014 at 3:36 AM

You were simply fabulous, dahling!

stephanie Feb 1, 2014 at 3:00 PM

Yes, I saw your episode of SYTTD: Atlanta! I pulled out my copy of “Secrets of a Scandalous Marriage” to compare/verify the picture. After Monte jacked you up, and pulled everything together, I thought your choice was perfect for you.

I must say, I could see some regency heroine wearing that dress; not a silly young thing, but a young lady who has been out for a few seasons who hasn’t “taken” and has matured from her time on the marriage mart. Or, perhaps, a young widow (like Lily) who didn’t need- or want- furblows and other embellishments.

Youngest of six sisters?! I could see the resemblance. Good show!

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