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Fairfield County Bride Says 'Yes To The Dress'

Norwalk resident Alyssa Brezovsky is featured on 'Say Yes to the Dress."
Norwalk resident Alyssa Brezovsky is featured on 'Say Yes to the Dress." Photo Credit: TLC

NORWALK, Conn. -- The world -- or at least, TLC viewers -- is about to see Alyssa Brezovsky say "Yes to the Dress." The Norwalk bride is featured on this week’s episode of the beloved show airing Friday, April 29, at 9 p.m. And like any good reality show, there is drama.

Surprisingly, though, the drama is not about her. It's about her father.

Brezovsky, who got on the show by filling out an online application in June 2015, calls her father “Dadzilla” because he wants to be involved in every aspect of her wedding – including the color and material of her bridesmaid dresses.

Among her challenges -- aside from dealing with Dad -- was simply picking an option that worked with her parameters. "All of the dresses are beautiful, and I didn't have time to try all of them on," said Brezovsky. "Being extremely indecisive on top of all of the decision-making I had to do, I got nervous I wouldn't be able to make the 'right' choice."

Viewers will get to see the process; the episode airing Friday shows her taking her parents to Kleinfeld's and the debates and conversations that ensue.

"I didn't want a dress that was too simple or too similar to others," she said. "I also wanted a modern sexy dress."

In the end, Brezovsky, who is getting married in New Rochelle this summer, said she got what she was looking for -- a dress that's different enough where "it's bridal on the bottom and sexy up top and creative with the use of different fabrics."

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