The ladies from Bombshell Bridal in St. Clair Shores during the Ultimate LGBT Wedding & Anniversary Expo in March 26, 2017.

Bombshell Bridal Debuts YouTube Reality-Type Show

BY BTL STAFF

ST. CLAIR SHORES - Best friends and sisters Amanda Cover and Amy Krizanek own Bombshell Bridal, the Midwest's first and largest bridal shop dedicated to curvy and plus size brides. They have been open for seven years, helped thousands of brides, and made countless connections with their customers.

These women are launching a new project unlike anything they've ever done, and quite different from any typical marketing the industry has seen; they have spent the past six months filming and producing their own unscripted, reality-type show that will air on the Bombshell Bridal YouTube channel.

"We are smart, funny, talented, hard working, interesting, plus size women, of all ages and stages of life. We love what we do passionately, and this project is our story," said Amanda, explaining further what the project is.

"It's the wonderful, true story of our lives and our business. It's vulnerable moments and joyous ones, highs and lows, and an inside look behind the scenes of our amazing business. It's about us, why we do what we do, and the passion and dedication behind it all. We are so proud of this project, because it is unlike anything you have ever seen before. Every moment is genuine and true, and nothing is scripted."

Amanda and Amy and their crew can be found all over the Detroit area highlighting local landmarks and hot spots. Bombshell Bridal is their anchor, but their story includes the planning and opening of their new plus size clothing boutique, Liz Louize, in Royal Oak. Also, their various travels around the country and all of the shenanigans they get into along the way.

Amanda said they do this "to better connect with our brides, customers, and friends. We've actually been approached seven times now by various production companies interested in making a show about us, mostly for cable networks. Each time there was something that just wasn't right for us, something that took away the integrity of our customers and the work we do. All the while, we keep hearing from our brides how much they'd love to watch a show about us. Ultimately, we decided to self-produce our series, so that we can maintain the highest standards of integrity and honesty."

Amanda an Amy are ready to launch their first few episodes now and will then release new episodes every other week.

"So much of what we do is about connection and creating a beautiful memory," said Amanda. "Lots of stores sell dresses, but no one goes to the extreme like we do to make sure that every curvy woman who visits us, leaves feeling worthy, loved, and beautiful, an experience she doesn't get many places, if anywhere. It is our mission to empower and uplift every woman we meet, and our series has turned out to be a perfect, feel-good reflection of this."

View a trailer from the upcoming Bombshell Bridal internet series here:

Bombshell Bridal is located at 27887 Harper Ave. in St. Clair Shores. Follow the lovely ladies on their website http://www.bombshellbridal.boutique/, on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/bombshellbridalboutique/, on Instagram http://www.instagram.com/bombshellbridalboutique/ or on Twitter @bows_b4_bro.
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Bombshell Bridal Debuts YouTube Reality-Type Show

These women are launching a new project unlike anything they've ever done, and quite different from any typical marketing the industry has seen; they have spent the past six months filming and producing their own unscripted, reality-type show that will air on the Bombshell Bridal YouTube channel.

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