Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
As a young schoolteacher and her fiancée prepare for their upcoming wedding, the future bride begins to suspect that her bargain-hunting mother may transform her wedding day into a giant garage sale. Jill and Brian Rose have been happily married for decades. When their daughter Cheryl announces that she has gotten engaged to her longtime boyfriend Stew, the proud parents anticipate a lifetime of happiness for their little girl. But weddings have a tendency to complicate even the most stable relationships, and when Cheryl's mother's bargain hunting becomes a bone of contention between the future bride and her well-meaning parents. Now, the harder Cheryl struggles to resolve the conflict the deeper the hole she seems to dig for herself. As the big day draws near, it gradually becomes clear that second hand doesn't necessarily mean second best.
bargain, garage-sale, mother, wedding