Christmas can be complicated enough, but when someone is getting hitched for the holidays, you are bound to get into a holly jolly jam. The leads of the invigorating A Holiday “I Do,“ directed by Alicia Schneider and Paul Schneider, find themselves in such a scenario.
“After the bachelor party, Jane meets Heather and Mark’s wedding planner, Sue.”
Rancher Jane (Lindsay Hicks) is trapped at a Christmas speed dating event, where none of the women seem to get her or her horse tending ways. She is only there because her mother, Mary (Jill Larson), and young daughter, Lexi (Colette Hahn), are hassling her to start dating again. It has been five years since she divorced Lexi’s father, Mark (Joe Piazza), but they remain best friends. Jane is even planning Mark’s bachelor party as she is going to be the Best Woman at his wedding to Heather (India Chappell). Heather is not hip to this whole idea that the best friend of her husband-to-be is his ex-wife and is flickering daggers with her eyes.
Good thing Jane has her friends, Givens (Dale Dobson, Mandy Logsdon) and Noelle (Kayden Bryce), at the coffee shop. It is there that Jane literally bumps into Sue (Rivkah Reyes). Jane thinks Sue is hotter than the latte she spilled down her front and wonders who she is. Meanwhile, Andrea (Marsha Warfield) at the bank is letting Mary know the family ranch is about to be foreclosed. She decides to keep this horrible fact a secret from her family. After the bachelor party, Jane meets Heather and Mark’s wedding planner, Sue.
"…needs to be put on your holiday 'to do' list right now."