The artist visits Japan, where he attends a spectacular Shinto wedding and is awe-struck by the ceremony's beauty, precision and attention to detail. In Japan he also finds a modern, high-tech society that nevertheless keeps its reverence for its ritual traditions - a combination that he believes people in the UK can learn from. Back home, Grayson meets Ben and Sarika, a couple from very different backgrounds who are planning two weddings. Sarika belongs to the Hare Krishna faith, so her side of the family are staging a traditional religious ceremony. But the couple are also planning a civil ceremony the following day to reflect Ben's non-religious background.