"Jake Russell is looking for the perfect Christmas gift for his fiance, Cassie Nightingale, and decides, with just six days left, to give her the perfect gift -- a wedding on Christmas Eve, but neither are prepared for all the obstacles that get in the way.
Almost as soon as Jake and Cassie decide to get married on Christmas Eve, complications arise. An ex-con, Leon Deeks, arrives in town, and Jake is asked by the Mayor to make him his top priority. At the same time, Jake's having trouble securing the wedding license since he can't find Cassie's documents proving her existence. There's also the difficulty in finding a wedding cake at the last minute. Last but not least, Jake's kids are upset: Brandon wants to spend time with his new girlfriend, and is feuding with his sister, Lori. Meanwhile, Lori manages to lose Cassie's wedding ring.
It's up to Cassie to work her magic with her family and the community in order to fix all the obstacles in time to turn the wedding into a perfect holiday celebration."
(Above taken from here).
I haven't seen the first movie in this set ("The Good Witch"), but I have seen the sequel ("The Good Witch's Garden") and reviewed it on here at some point... I think just a couple of month's ago. Anyway, I think "The Good Witch's Wedding" is a wonderful, magical movie.