The soles of Ned’s feet tremble. It’s made worse by the fact that Florence’s son is wary. Carson and Bill have been brought in to inflate the situation. The entire male population of the village is soon in on it, and they figure out that he’s calling off the wedding while Florence gets her hair done.
Florence, on the other hand, is on the hunt for the perfect haircut to convey her sentiments to Ned. She’s always seen herself as the ugly duckling, and she wants to have the guts to see herself differently today.
According to Elizabeth and Fiona, Florence will be a lovely swan today, just like she is every day.
Elizabeth visits Rosemary in order to make amends. Especially throughout their friendship, she hasn’t been herself. They do not makeup as much as they agree to a truce in order to save the wedding.
Molly won’t let Ned speak to Florence until after the wedding is finished.
Robert is made envious of Allie’s allegation that she and Paul had spent a lot of time together. Paul has offered to help Robert with his rounds.
Ned confides in Henry that he feels trapped and that he is being pressured to marry. After Henry says Ned has a good heart and should marry when he is ready, Ned asks Henry to be his best man. Henry has always been supportive of him.
Faith and Carson take their seats, and Carson tells Faith that everything will be OK, but Faith remains skeptical.
Lee admits to Joseph that his faith makes him feel deceitful. He does, however, have a plan to get the bell up the tower, and he is also working with Joseph on commercial potential.
A man asks for a haircut and gets turned down. As he drives away, Jesse chases him down. That was the con artist who had defrauded them.
Clara is convinced that Minnie has never made a wedding cake. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no,
Katie, Ned’s daughter, is a brat who refuses to attend her father’s wedding. Elizabeth was completely ignored when she approached to say hello.
Ned is by himself at the store.
Molly is baffled as to where everyone is and why the saloon isn’t decorated.
Elizabeth inquires as to whether Lucas has just shown Katie upstairs, and he responds that he can’t believe it’s the same little girl who desired to be like Elizabeth.
Rosemary is concerned about Elizabeth’s ability to help Florence at Dottie’s. Yes, but she needs to help Ned first. It’s quite chilly. Nathan is irritated that Allie has abandoned her perch and left Ned alone.
Molly suggests that Florence wear the gown she wore to impress Bill Avery. They’re all stealing Peter to pay Paul for the wedding arrangements.
Clara was blown away by Minnie’s sweets.
Carson steps forward to help Minnie.
Mike pays Fiona a visit because he’s afraid their tongues would wag if they sit together. He claims to consider her a confidante, yet she appears to be uninterested in him.
Ned tells Florence that she has cold feet. After a nice conversation, they experience their first kiss.
Why is Katie having so much trouble preparing for the wedding? Elizabeth is perplexed. She’s already making plans to go back to Hope Valley to help him. She believes that witnessing her father’s agony following her mother’s death motivates her to protect him and never allow him be hurt again. Of all people, Elizabeth should know.
Elizabeth teaches Katie that there is no happiness without risk.
Minnie always reminds Carson to remember why he works so hard and to focus on the positive aspects of life.
Elizabeth enlightens Ned about Katie. He’s also thinking about death. Elizabeth, on the other hand, learned that life is brief and unexpected and that you must always ask yourself, “What will I do with today?”
Everyone is concerned that Katie will not show up for the wedding.
The girls begin getting dressed in the dress shop.
Clara and Rosemary fashioned their own outfits.
Elizabeth is wearing a beekeeper’s cap to avoid being recognized before the service begins. Her appearance is really appealing.
Prior to the service, Florence seeks a quiet moment with Molly. She can’t believe Molly didn’t wear her gown, and she admires her for always wanting the best for herself, even if it means sacrificing herself. After their heartfelt conversation, Florence presents Molly with the purple clothing she adores.
Molly has no idea what Ned sees in him, and the two of them have a talk about how Henry and Abigail correspond frequently.
Elizabeth and Lucas worry aloud whether something is wrong as Nathan and Allie arrive for the wedding. Fiona observes Allie’s sagging hair and offers to fix it. Allie’s thoughts are racing as she plans her fishing expedition.
Nathan is speaking with Jesse and Clara about their finances.
Katie is handed the bouquet and invited to join the bridal party by Lucas and Elizabeth as she arrives at the wedding.
The wedding will be officiated by Bill and Joseph, and only Florence and Ned’s closest friends have been invited.
Ned’s formal name is Edmund.
Elizabeth fiddles with her ring and peeks at Lucas during the ceremony, while Lucas searches her hand for a hold.
The church bell is rung for the first time by Florence and Ned.
Katie worries that if she travels to Hamilton, Ned will no longer need her help, but Elizabeth assures her that this would not be the case.
Robert compliments Allie’s hair, and she’s overjoyed.
Joseph’s remarks on being selfish in a relationship are discussed by Carson and Faith. He wishes to remain, but she believes that doing so will result in his death.
Everyone begins to move about.
Bill thanks Molly for letting him relieve his pent-up energy and compliments her.
Rosemary has a feeling something is going on in town, but she isn’t sure what it is.
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Ned’s mother’s ring was passed down to Florence. It’s a beautiful emerald encrusted with diamonds.
Fiona accepts Mike’s invitation to dance.
Mike and Fiona talk about a pipeline that he wants to build, and she says she’d be interested in collaborating with him.
Nathan and Lucas talk. Lucas is anxious that Allie will become embroiled in the problem and advises her not to press Elizabeth.
Everything is under Elizabeth’s watchful supervision. As he walks away, Nathan wears a melancholy expression. Everything is being watched by Rosemary. Nathan agrees to take Elizabeth outside.
She convinces Lucas that he is not to blame for Jack’s death, and Lucas twists on his heels.