Wegan are the first ever lesbian couple on Say Yes To The Dress UK!

Watch the loved-up YouTubers choose their perfect wedding dresses.



Fabulous YouTube couple Whitney Bacon and Megan Evans are making TV herstory tonight by becoming the first ever lesbian couple to appear on the UK version of TLC’s popular reality show Say Yes To The Dress.



The loved up lovelies are passionate about femme visibility, a topic they often talk about in their brilliant online videos. They plan to tie the knot this September in Palm Springs, CA. They currently have a civil partnership and are updating it to a marriage in what's sure to be a stunning ceremony. We can’t wait to see them picking out their gorgeous wedding frocks on tonight’s show.


Here’s a sneaky peek to get you in the mood.



We spoke to the beautiful brides to find out what it was like being a part of the smash hit show and choosing their wedding dresses surrounded by cameras!


They told us:


"It was amazing to be featured in SYTTD UK, especially as we were the first lesbian couple to go on the show in the UK. Ultimately, this will further raise the visibility of lesbians in that you can be happy, gay and have a great support system as well.


"We had such a fun day filming for the show with David Emanuel, the tv crew & consultants. Everyone was so lovely & excited to be filming their first lesbian couple. We decided to not see each other's dresses on the day, so we were kept in separate changing rooms. It made for a beautiful ending but we'll say no more..."



And from bridalwear to beer! The busy pair have just launched their delicious vegan bacon-flavour beer!


Here they are to tell you a little more about their exciting new project, Babe IPA.


And don’t forget to watch Say Yes To The Dress tonight at 9.30pm on TLC UK.




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