A bride whose dream is to have a perfect June wedding but as she starts planning roadblocks seem to come at every turn. Starring Brooke D’Orsay, Wes Brown, Marilu Henner
This movie is much deeper than a bridezilla. Sure, the bride comes off as a bridezilla but I think she has good reason. Her mother has passed away and the moments that the bride remembers with her mother is them planning her wedding. With each problem that arises with the planning I saw that the bride was trying to compromise with what she wants, to honor her mother and the love she has for her future husband. The movie isn’t too sweet or too goofy. It’s got the right about of love and conflict. This film is one of Hallmark’s best films.