Two downtown party boys who've decided it's time to grow up demand Botox and doggie ring bearers. Scott's team struggles with how to throw a wedding that's both urban and chic and respectful of the couple's Scottish aunties.
Arranging the sultry jazz-inspired wedding of these two mothers' dreams is only a small part of the challenge here. Debbie's parents refuse to attend the wedding and conspire with her ex-husband to prevent her children from attending the ceremony.
These two highly sophisticated and opinionated yuppies are a wedding planner's nightmare. The well traveled duo want a wedding inspired by European cloisters, doves cooing in abbeys and pea gravel. In downtown Toronto?
A United Church minister with a fondness for drag queens and a computer expert who likes to appear on game shows. Scott insists his team combine game shows and drag shows to create a wedding that's in itself a classy show.
The last thing these women want is a Renaissance themed wedding, but Scott just won't let go of the idea. But what plays mostly heavily on Polina's mind is her parents, who she can't muster up the courage to invite to the big day.
These two college sweethearts are too perfect for words, but if Dan's devoutly Catholic mother, Rose, had her way, Dan would be straight and he'd be getting married in a church. Scott and his team decide making Rose happy is the top priority.