Weddings are a time for friends and family to come together for a joyous celebration. At least that's what they're supposed to. First, there's the proposal, the planning and everything else prior to the big day. Part of that planning involves the seating chart for the reception. Deciding who sits where, with whom, trying to accommodate everyone's individual needs and the needs of the Bride and Groom especially. This particular wedding seems to have a table with outcasts. Individuals that don't seem to fit in with any others, but still that have R.S.V.P.'d to the event. The story itself revolves around the ones at table 19. Each of them is there for a different reason, each of their stories connects with the bride or the groom in different ways. Even with that, though, their stories are unique. It's a bit slow through most of the story but there is a deeper message to be had in the grand scheme of the scheming that has happened amongst the guests of table 19. It's not quite a comedy, definitely dramatic with a heartfelt message that is worth waiting for.