When Hannah's fiancé, Drew, dies suddenly of a heart attack days before their wedding, Hannah is left feeling devastated and guilty. Out of fear and misunderstanding, Hannah had foolishly neglected their impending ceremony. Now, a week before their intended wedding day, Hannah vows to set things straight with Drew by carrying out the event anyway. In struggling to pull together this unconventional wedding, Hannah contends with all the traditions and rituals of being a bride: buying the perfect dress, ordering the lavish cake, and dealing with a mother she never understood in the first place. And it's on the day that should have been the happiest ofher life that Hannah discovers her mother's love and the value of commitment.