After reserving their dream wedding package in Niagara Falls at The Rainbow Bridge Motel (the self-proclaimed “#1 Gay Wedding Destination!”) Dean and Darren (Chris Modrzynski and Cole Burden) could not be more excited for their wedding. Once they arrive, they’re greatly dismayed to learn that they’ve actually booked themselves into a seedy motel sandwiched between chemical plants.
And if that’s not bad enough, the place is run by a seemingly insane, completely over-the-top huckster named Shibbawitz (National Lampoon veteran Scott Rubin) – the culprit behind the recently re-branded motel. He’s looking to ride the trend of Niagara Falls becoming a gay wedding destination. In reality, he’s clueless on how to cater to the LGBTQ community – let alone perform a gay wedding. Unfortunately, the Burmese political refugee family that he employs as cheap labor are not much help either.
Although a disastrous ceremony looms, it pales in comparison to the heightened cultural and emotional obstacles stirred up by the approaching nuptials. Can Dean and Darren get to the altar with their love – and their lungs – still intact? You’ll have to watch to find out!
Shot on location in Niagara Falls, this is the first film to ever shoot on the iconic Rainbow Bridge. “You could live your whole life without ever being apart of something special,” said the film’s co-director, J. Garrett Vorreuter. “For us, we knew from the start that this was special, even bigger than us. And now we get to share that magic with audiences everywhere.”