The Bell sisters, Annie, Jane and Sammy, inherit The Wedding Palace following their parents' divorce. As they take over the family wedding planning business, the sisters must deal with the complications that come their way in both business and their personal lives. Meanwhile, Jane has to escape the advances of Ernesto, the head chef.
Songs: Johann Sebastian Bach
-- Air on a G String, Johann Pachelbel -- Canon in D, Elton John
-- Chapel of Love, Fergie
-- Here I Come, Nat "King" Cole -- L-O-V-E, Dean Martin -- That's Amore, George Frideric Handel -- Water Music Suite 2 in D, Richard Wagner -- Wedding March, Felix Mendelssohn -- Wedding March (Recessional)
The Bell sisters have to deal with budges troubles for Bridget's wedding to her fiancé, Ross. Bridget's conservative family refuses to pay for the wedding because they think Ross is gay. As the wedding approaches, Bridget's friends plot to stop the marriage from happening, but Bridget and Ross are determined to prove their love. Meanwhile, David becomes involved with a drunken bridesmaid.
Dede, a runaway bride, returns to The Wedding Palace demanding another chance at getting married. With Dede and Luke's ceremony back on, the sisters have to balance to weddings in one day. The sisters begin to wonder if Sammy would actually seduce a groom when she begins to flirt with Robert, a man marrying a much older woman. Meanwhile, former client and bridezilla Amanda Pontell threatens the sisters with a lawsuit and Ralph, the wedding singer, comes down with laryngitis.
Sammy tries to talk some sense into Muffy, a bride who wants to dress like Dulcinea, the heroine of The Legend of Don Quixote, which amounts to a very revealing Penthouse-esque dress. Meanwhile, Jane heads to a couples counselor in order to save her marraige and is told to try role play; and Ralph is shocked when Amanda Pontell returns to tell him her marriage has been annulled.
Amanda Pontell beings working as a wedding planner and is able to score new clients for The Wedding Palace, though her techniques are somewhat unethical. Johnny Kad makes suggestions on how to make the business more profitable, including sending Ralph and Cedric to wedding singer school. Meanwhile, one of the brides puts a rift between the sisters when she requests Annie as her point person.
The Wedding Palace is frazzled when the Bell sisters' mother shows up with big news. Amanda helps Ralph get an audition with a music producer. Meanwhile, Russell and Jane continue to have marital problems and Annie trys to change a bride's mind who wants a "Sound of Music" themed wedding.
Jane begins to think that their latest groom, Simon, may not be a doctor like he claims, especially when his future father-in-law needs medical attention at the rehearsal dinner and Simon hesistates before helping. Later, Simon admits he's lying, but refuses to tell his fiance, forcing Jane to debate whether or not to reveal the truth to the bride-to-be.
Meanwhile, The Wedding Palace is threatened with a lawsuit by a father who doesn't want his daughter to marry another woman. Elsewhere, Debbie confronts Cedric; Annie changes her appearance in a drastic way; and David becomes interested in Annie again.