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Rules of Engagement
Shannen Doherty and fiancé Kurt Iswarienko plan to marry in seven weeks. Shannen realizes she can't plan alone and hires wedding planner David Tutera to help execute the wedding of her dreams.
Location, Location, Location
Shannen and David discuss her vision for the wedding day. Shannen is dismayed to find that her wedding venue isn't exactly perfect. Kurt volunteers Shannen and himself to baby-sit her manager's son.
Shannen's Ready, Is Kurt?
David finds a solution for Shannen's wedding venue. Shannen looks for wedding dresses and decides to wear three, while her business managers put her on an allowance.
Back from Prague, Shannen rushes to find vendors for her wedding. Shannen's uncle and Kurt's parents come to visit. Shannen's wedding dresses are not what she envisioned.
A Wedding in Prague- Ress
David Tutera needs answers from Shannen, who can't make any wedding plans without Kurt, who's in Madrid. Kurt returns, only to leave a few days later for Prague. Shannen is not pleased.
The Wedding Gift
With only a week before the wedding, Kurt scrambles to find the right wedding gift for Shannen and pulls off a great surprise. Last minute meetings with wedding vendors yield the perfect designer for Shannen's two wedding dresses. However, less than 24 hours before the wedding, her dresses are held hostage. And, with all the chaos leading up to their wedding, Kurt and Shannen forgot to get a marriage license.
It's the big day. Wedding planner David Tutera has transformed the Cortazzo Ranch into the dream wedding Shannen always envisioned. With a wedding dress code of "all black" strictly enforced and a breathtaking walk up the aisle, Shannen and Kurt tearfully exchange vows while media helicopters circle overhead. Shannen's father is remembered at "Tom's Place," the reception restaurant. Guests enjoy a cigar and perfume bar and Shannen, Kurt, friends and family dance to live music.
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