Mandy and Denika are two social workers from Chicago who work with kids and want children of their own. It's important for them to start a family just like other families do: with marriage. They are determined to structure their wedding around the traditional ways but building new traditions with a gay twist. They also wish to include the broom-jumping ceremony performed by slaves in America when they were not allowed to marry. These two are having trouble making the arrangements for their big day and need Fern's help to finalize their dreams. Having invited half of their flag-football team to the wedding, this is sure to be an exciting party for these sporty moms-to-be.