A Harvest Wedding

Synopsis: Sarah Bloom is hired to plan the most anticipated wedding of the season. The problem: The groom is from her home town and wants the wedding on the family farm which is now being run by his older brother who happens to be her first love.
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Director(s): Steven R. Monroe
Production: Lighthouse Pictures, Inc.
84 min


It's time.

Close the door.

Cold feet?

Torn veil.

Grab my bag.


Needle and thread?



Is everything alright in there?

Yes, just a moment.


I'm not seeing it.

Got it.

Thank you.


Alright, maybe some lips.

Just a bit.

And now, right as rain.

It's beautiful.

No, you're beautiful.

But remember,

we just fixed you,

so no crying until

after the kiss, ok?

A wedding is a dream turned

into reality

built on hundreds of decisions

that need to fall perfectly

into place

and all at the right time.

And when it works

it's magic.

But there's a reason why

75 percent of all couples

consider eloping when

planning their wedding.

Because making a dream

come true is hard work.

And that's why

they call me.

Love's in Bloom Events,

Sarah Bloom speaking.

I help couples turn their dreams

into reality.

I offer perspective

when it can be hard

to see the truth.

I broaden horizons when

a choice seems a little narrow.

The chandeliers will fit

nicely with your theme.

The light will be cascading

through the windows

and then the stage for the band

right right there.

And I show what's possible.

I love it.

Even if there's nothing there.

Because, for at least

one day,

I believe that everyone deserves

to have their dreams come true.

Well first off, all of us at

Wedding Insider magazine

are very impressed

with your work.

Thank you.

And, as you know, I did speak

with my editors.


But they won't be able to

feature you in the next issue.

It's nothing personal, they

just never feature anyone

from their first submission.


I didn't know that.

So don't disappear,

I'm sure we'll be talking

again very soon.

It's, nice to meet you.

It was nice meeting you,

Sarah Bloom.

And listen, if anything

big comes up,

be sure to let us know, ok?


Thank you, Payton.

My pleasure, Emma.

How did it go?

Well, they never accept anyone

on their first submission.



I didn't know that.

Neither did I.

There are other publications.

Yeah, but they're not

Wedding Insider magazine,

you know that.

I mean, we get that cover,

we're gonna get calls

from all around the world.

That's the game changer.

We need that.

So what're you gonna do?

I'm gonna do

what I always do.

Put my head down,

keep working.


Speaking of work,

when is our next meeting?

They should be here

any minute.

Good, good.

And I forgot to tell you,

you got a message from

Scott August yesterday.

Scott August.

Scott August.

Do I-do I know him?

Not really.

He's the date you stood up

two days ago

and he wanted to let you know

there wouldn't be a second.

I totally forgot.

You always forget.

Well, I was working.

Because you're always working.

When are you gonna realize

that it's hard to plan

your own wedding when you're

already married to your work?

Ok, I'll keep all that in mind.


did you hear that?

I think it's our next client.

I'll get it.

Thank you.

Abby, Barbara, welcome.

It's very nice to meet

both of you.

Tom, my fianc, is running

a little late

but he should be here soon.


First off, thank you for meeting

us on such short notice.

The reason we wanted

to meet so quickly

is because Tom and I got engaged

last Wednesday.


You know, it's very smart of

you getting a jump

on the planning.

It helps to minimize

any unnecessary anxiety

when you're on

the home stretch.

But what if you're

already there?

I'm sorry?

What my mother means to say

is Tom is doing his residency

at Columbia Hospital.

He's also in the army reserves

and as fate would have it

the day after we got engaged

we found out

that he was being called up

at the end of the month.

Wait, this month?

This month.

Which only gives us two weeks.

So we're here to see

if that's even possible.

Well, you're right,

I mean two weeks is...

is not a lot of time.

But I believe

anything's possible.

But I'd be lying

if I didn't tell you

there may be some difficulties.

I think they should wait.


You shouldn't have to risk

the wedding you want.

But we don't wanna wait.

We wanna do it now.

I know, Abby, but...

Mom, please.

Look, if I may?

How many guests are we

talking about here?

40, maybe 50.


And I would like

to keep it simple.

And I have a specific list

of ideas

that I would like incorporated.

Ok, well, first things first.

I mean, considering

our time frame

I think we need to think

about finding a venue

that's still available.

We've got that covered.

We wanna get married

at Tom's family farm

in Williamstown, Massachusetts.

I'm sorry,

did you say Williamstown?


I... I know, but it's beautiful

and I've always dreamed of

having a country wedding.

No, no, no, no, no.

I... I think that that's great,

it's just that...

This is kinda crazy.

I was raised in Williamstown.


Do you know Tom's family?

It's the Nichols' farm.

Your fianc is Tom Nichols?

Should my ears be burning?

So sorry I'm late.

Hey, sweetie.


Hey, mom.

I'm Tom Nichols.

You must be Sarah.

Hi, Tom.

What've I missed?

Only the fact that you two

have already met.


Tom, it's Sarah Bloom

from Williamstown.

Hey, Tom.



It's been a long time, Tom.

I'm sorry, I can't believe this.

This is blowing my mind.

Sarah and my brother used


We-we dated.

That's it.

You dated David.

The farmer?

You dated someone?


To all that.

Well, I think we found

our wedding planner.

Excuse me?

Well, how could this be

any better?

I mean, she knows us.

She knows the town,

she knows the farm.

You were practically a member

of our family growing up.

If anybody should be planning

this wedding,

I think it should be you.

But what about David?

What about him?

Well, he works the farm now,

won't that be a problem

considering the two of

you were sweethearts?


No, no.

We were-we were kids.

It was such a long time ago.

You don't have anything

to worry about.

I... I do understand

your concern

but the more important

thing here is

that you need someone

with the skills

that can pull off this wedding

in two weeks time.

And I'm telling you with

complete certainty, Barbara,

I can do that.




Ready for this?

Shouldn't I be asking you

that question?

What, because of David?

I haven't thought

about him once.

He's not on Facebook.

Yeah, I know.

I knew it!

No-ok, yes.

Ok. I was a little curious,

I looked him up.

That's-that's not what

I'm focused on here, ok?

I'm focused on the fact

that the King family

and their real estate empire

makes them New York society.

If we get this wedding right

it could steer a lot of

big business our way, ok?

So we just need to...

Keep our heads on straight.

Ok, I understand.

You might wanna read this.

It's Barbara's list she wants

incorporated into the wedding.


There's six pages here.


Who's wedding are we planning?

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