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Filmed in the beautiful state of Georgia, this is a sweet and romantic story about following your dream instead of surrendering to the expectations of others. The music complements each scene and the aerial shots of the countryside and gardens are stunning. You will be pleased you chose a movie night at home with your family. Dove-approved for All Ages.
Violet (Kristina Cole) is excited about the prospects of planning a high-profile wedding and her wedding-planner friend, Cindy (Brey Noelle) is there to encourage her. Despite Cindy’s persistence that Violet has lost sight of her dreams, Violet, yet again, reiterates that she is happy with her flowers and her life.
The high-profile wedding … when the clients are a “couplezilla” it will take everyone’s patience to please them. Violet knows she can rely on her favorite flower shed to deliver, but is surprised when it’s Jack (Cody Griffis), a handsome nature photographer who is looking after his grandfather’s flower farm.
As Jack confides in his grandfather, Norman (Brian Childers) that he is ready to settle down, Norman warns him not to confuse “settling down” with “settling” indirectly referring to Jack’s ambitious girlfriend, Angelica (Ashton Leigh) who is pressuring Jack to join her father’s legal team.
When Betsy (Coley Campany), Jack’s agent calls with lucrative job opportunities from prestigious employers anxious to hire this world-travelled photographer, he refuses much to Betsy’s chagrin. Jack’s body language tells us he is torn between wanting to follow his heart and being pressured to settle down.
When Jack delivers an order of flowers to Violet’s shop, they accidentally discover their mutual interest in the very rare Youtan flower, the only flower Jack has not photographed. As Jack and Violet talk shop, they are encouraging each other to follow their original dreams.
When all the flower arrangements are ruined for the wedding, Violet must re-evaluate her life and decide how to deal with honoring her grandmother’s legacy and making the wedding happen, all at the expense of disappointing herself. As she and Jack work together, a new understanding and bonding is developing. Can they realize their adventure of a lifetime and follow their hearts in the process?
The Dove Take
It takes courage and determination to change the direction of your life at the risk of disappointing others. Both Jack and Violet will inspire you to find that courage, whether it’s in love, career, or both. Don’t let “someday” become “never.”