Netflix's 'Say I Do': Meet The Three Wedding Experts Jeremiah, Thai, and Gabriele

1) Jeremiah Brent You might recognize Jeremiah from the HGTV show that featured him and husband, Nate Berkus, Nate & Jeremiah: Save My House, or the couple's TLC show, Nate & Jeremiah By Design. An interior designer, Jeremiah first discovered his talents when he started building furniture. "I needed a really narrow TV cabinet," he told House Beautiful . So, he built one. Soon enough, he was designing homes, clubs, and bars with his firm Jeremiah Brent Design . On the show, he's responsible for booking and outfitting each couple's wedding venues. One peek at Jeremiah's Instagram (where he showcases design projects and stills of the New York townhome he shares with Nate and their two children) proves he's one for vintage furnishings and sleek, high-end finishings. But, even when tasked with throwing a carnival-themed wedding or a bold '90s affair, complete with LED lights and jugglers, he exceeds expectations every episode. See the original post on Instagram jeremiahbrent@Instagram

2) Thai Nguyen Thai, or Say I Do's "fairy gown mother," custom-makes every couple's wedding look. The catch? They can't see the final piece until their wedding day. "I get to create beautiful things for these couples, and I'm so happy, and I'm so proud," Thai said in an Instagram video . Each tuxedo and gown he creates for the show is based on the wearer's visionsalways with a few touching surprises stitched into it. Thai first fell in love with fashion when he learned to sew at nine years old in South Vietnam where he was born and raised. Since, he's founded his own atelier in Hollywood and dressed celebrities including Jennifer Lopez, Laverne Cox, Cindy Crawford, and Ariana Grande. Still, on the show, he says there's something about seeing a bride put on her gown: "It's just pure magic." See the original post on Instagram thainguyenatelier@Instagram

3) Gabriele Bertaccini Chef Gabriele, or Gabe, is responsible for all the mouth-watering dishes you'll see on the show. From healthified soul food to champagne towers, he's perfected the thing that can often go so wrong at weddings. "I spent all my life cooking," Gabe wrote on Instagram . "Preparing food and feeding people has always brought nourishment not only to my body but to my soul. For me, feeding people is a way of loving them, in the same way that feeding ourselves is a way of honoring our own existence and fragility." Originally from Florence, Gabe moved to the United States and founded Il Tocco Food and the award-winning Culinary Mischief, catering companies that create personalized dining experiences in Phoenix, London, New York, Florence, and Los Angeles (where he lives with his Australian Shepard dogs ). See the original post on Instagram chefgabebertaccini@Instagram

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