Ned’s feet are shivering. It’s even worse because Florence’s son is hesitant. Carson and Bill are there to inflate things. Soon, the entire male population of the town is in on it, and they figure out that he’s calling off the wedding while Florence is getting her hair done.
Meanwhile, Florence is looking for the right haircut to express her feelings to Ned. She’s always thought of herself as the ugly duckling, and she wants to be courageous enough to see herself differently now.
Florence will be a beautiful swan today, as Elizabeth and Fiona feel she is every day, according to Elizabeth and Fiona.
To make amends, Elizabeth pays a visit to Rosemary. She hasn’t been herself, particularly in their friendship. However, they do not makeup as much as they agree to a truce so that the wedding is not ruined.
Molly refuses to allow Ned to speak with Florence until the wedding is over.
Allie tries to make Robert envious by claiming that she and Paul have spent a lot of time together. Paul would like to assist Robert with his rounds.
Ned confides in Henry that he feels trapped and that everyone is pressuring him to marry. Ned asks Henry to be his best man after Henry says he has a decent heart and should marry when he is ready. Henry has always been kind to him and wants him to stick by him.
Faith and Carson take their seats, and Carson assures her that they’ll be OK, but Faith is sceptical.
Lee tells Joseph that his faith makes him feel like a fraud. He does, however, have a plan to get the bell up the tower, and he is also pursuing a commercial opportunity with Joseph.
A man requests a haircut but is refused. Jesse chases after him as he drives away. That was the man who had cheated them out of their money.
Minnie has never baked a wedding cake, Clara believes. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no
Katie, Ned’s daughter, is a sourpuss who opposes her father’s wedding. When Elizabeth ran up to say hi, she was totally ignored.
At the store, Ned is by himself.
Molly is perplexed as to where everyone is and why the saloon isn’t adorned.
Elizabeth wonders whether Lucas just showed Katie upstairs, and he says he can’t believe it’s the same little girl who aspired to be like Elizabeth.
Rosemary wonders if Elizabeth will be able to assist Florence at Dottie’s. Yes, but first she must assist Ned. They are really cold. Nathan is upset that Allie abandoned her perch, leaving Ned alone.
Florence should wear the dress she wore to impress Bill Avery, according to Molly. They’re all stealing Peter in order to pay Paul for the wedding preparations.
Minnie’s cakes have Clara blown away.
Carson comes to Minnie’s aid.
Mike pays Fiona a visit, fearful that if they sit together, their tongues would wag. He claims to regard her as a confidante, but she seems uninterested in him.
Florence has cold feet, Ned informs her. They enjoy their first kiss after a great talk.
Elizabeth is perplexed as to why Katie is having such a difficult time planning the wedding. She’s already planning her return to Hope Valley to care for him. She claims that watching her father’s anguish after her mother’s death inspires her to protect him and never let him be wounded again. Elizabeth, of all people, must know.
Katie learns from Elizabeth that there is no joy without danger.
Carson is constantly reminded by Minnie to remember why he is working so hard and to remember the good things in life.
Ned learns about Katie from Elizabeth. He’s also contemplating the possibility of grief. However, Elizabeth discovered that life is fleeting and unpredictable, and you must always ask yourself, “What will I do with today?”
Katie might not show up for the wedding, and everyone is concerned.
At the dress shop, the girls begin to get dressed.
Clara and Rosemary made their own dresses and sewed the clothing for them.
To get to the service without being spotted first, Elizabeth is wearing a beekeeper’s cap. She has a very attractive appearance.
Florence requests a moment alone with Molly prior to the service. She can’t believe Molly ditched her gown, and she admires how she always wants the best for her, even if it means sacrificing herself. Florence gives Molly the purple outfit she adores at the end of their touching talk.
Molly has no idea what Ned sees in him, and the two of them have a conversation that reveals Henry and Abigail frequently correspond.
When Nathan and Allie enter the wedding, Elizabeth and Lucas are wondering if something is wrong. Fiona notices Allie’s hair in a drooping loop and offers to repair it. Allie’s mind is racing with anticipation of her fishing trip.
Jesse and Clara are discussing their finances with Nathan.
When Katie arrives at the wedding, Lucas and Elizabeth hand her the bouquet and invite her to join the wedding party.
Only Florence and Ned’s closest friends were invited to the wedding, which will be officiated by Bill and Joseph.
Edmund is Ned’s proper name.
During the ceremony, Elizabeth fiddles with her ring and glances at Lucas, while Lucas examines her hand for a grip.
For the first time, Florence and Ned hear the church bell ring.
Katie is concerned that if she goes to Hamilton, Ned will no longer want her services, but Elizabeth assures her that this would not be the case.
Allie is ecstatic when Robert compliments her hair.
Carson and Faith discuss Joseph’s comments about being selfish in a relationship. He wants to stay, but she claims that staying will cost him his life.
Everyone starts moving their bodies.
Bill complements Molly and expresses gratitude to her for allowing him to release his pent-up energy.
Rosemary suspects something is going on in town, but she has no idea what.
Florence inherited Ned’s mother’s ring. It’s a lovely emerald with diamonds all around it.
Mike agrees to dance with Fiona.
Mike and Fiona discuss a pipeline that he wants to develop, and she says she’d be willing to partner with him.
Nathan and Lucas have a discussion. Lucas is concerned that Allie will become entangled in the situation and encourages her to refrain from pressing Elizabeth.
Elizabeth is keeping an eye on everything. Nathan has a sad expression on his face as he walks away. Rosemary is keeping an eye on everything. Elizabeth then requests that Nathan accompany her outside.
Lucas spins on his heels as she assures him she doesn’t blame him for Jack’s death.