In a barn on the Newman estate, Victor and Sabrina exchanged vows. Victoria and Nick attended the ceremony, along with other family members and dear friends. As part of their vows, Sabrina told Victor that she had wandered her whole life as if she were chasing a long-lost dream. "I only hope that as the years go by, I'll be to you everything that you are to me," Sabrina pledged. Victor, as he gazed deeply into Sabrina eyes, vowed, "You make me very happy. I think you meeting Victoria and becoming her best friend was fate's hand at work. I love your exuberance and love for life. I love the fact that I can talk to you about almost anything. You're so bright. I adore you." After the minister pronounced the couple man and wife, Victor and Sabrina kissed. Victoria, Nick and Phyllis winced but remained reverent.
Before, during and after the ceremony, Zara snapped photos of everyone and everything. Victoria approached Zara and told Sabrina's estranged mother that she was surprised to see her. Victoria explained to Zara that Sabrina had clearly stated in the wedding invitation that guests were not allowed to take photos. Zara replied that she wasn't just a guest; she was the bride's mother. After Victoria walked away, Zara phoned a man named Richard and boasted that she had dozens of exclusive photos of Victor Newman's wedding up for auction to the highest bidder. Victoria was seated nearby and overheard Zara's phone call. Victoria shook her head in disgust at Zara's crudeness. After Victoria told Phyllis and Nick that Zara planned to sell photos of the wedding, they hatched a plan to distract Zara and steal her camera's memory card. When it was time for Sabrina to throw her bouquet, Victoria urged Zara to join the other single women for a chance to catch the prize. Victoria offered to take a photo of the event with Zara's camera. While Zara waited for her daughter to toss the bridal bouquet, Victoria managed to retrieve the memory card from Zara's camera. Zara was none the wiser, and she managed to catch the bouquet.
After the official wedding photographer captured a family photo, Victor approached Victoria and thanked her for coming. Victoria was polite but cold when she wished Sabrina a life full of happiness. When Adam and Heather offered best wishes to the newlyweds, Victor was not pleased to see that Adam was chummy with Jabot's legal counsel. Victor told Adam that he would speak to him about the matter later, but Victor also warned Neil to keep an eye on Adam. Victoria, J.T., Phyllis, and Nick also noted that Adam and Heather's hook-up might pose a conflict of interest, since Adam represented Newman Enterprises when the company was sued by Jabot. Victor took Michael aside and mentioned that he would need to make more changes to his will after he returned from his honeymoon.
Adam announced the newlywed couple's first dance, but when it was time to offer a toast, Adam deferred to Nick. Nick stepped up and offered a gracious toast to his father and Sabrina. When Victor danced with Victoria, she told her father that she knew he would have been hurt had she not come. Kay spoke with Victor after Sabrina expressed her desire to have children. Victor was evasive when Kay mentioned that Sabrina glowed like a mother-to-be. Kay added that she knew that Sabrina was having Victor's child. Victor laughed and told Kay that Sabrina would announce the news at a later time. Kay advised Victor not to forget his old family while he built a future with his new family. Before Sabrina and Victor rushed off to honeymoon in Paris, Zara told Sabrina that she felt she should have received a formal invitation to the wedding. Sabrina tolerated her mother's unwelcome presence, but Victor sensed that Sabrina had endured enough, so he politely urged Zara to leave.
Nikki rushed over to David's suite at the club after David told Nikki that he was leaving her. David wasn't there, so Nikki frantically phoned him and left a message. After Nikki left, David emerged from a dark corner in the hallway and entered the suite. David grabbed a suitcase and hastily stuffed it full of clothes. Before David could make his escape, Nikki returned and demanded an explanation. David seemed exasperated as he told Nikki that he had never quit gambling and had lied to her repeatedly about calls he had made to place bets and arrange loans. Nikki pleaded with David to reconsider, and she asked him how much he owed. David told Nikki that he had just won $200,000 and had no desire whatsoever to stop gambling. Dejected, Nikki replied, "Oh, I see. I am such a fool. You're not leaving me because some loan shark is after you. You're leaving me because now, for the moment, you have money, which means that you don't need my money, which means that you don't need me." David was stoic when he told Nikki that the life she thought they had was not real. Nikki cried that her feelings, however, were real.
At the club, Paul told J.T. that David had booked a flight to Las Vegas. J.T. advised Paul to alert Nikki even tough Nikki had warned Paul to stop prying into David's life. Nikki and David were still arguing when Paul attempted to call Nikki, who ignored her ringing phone. Nikki again pleaded with David to stay with her and work out his problems, but David insisted that Nikki would be better off without him, and that he would be better off without her. David picked up his suitcase and walked out. Nikki slumped onto the sofa and sobbed. Paul knocked, and Nikki opened the door because she thought it was David. Paul told Nikki that David was on his way to Las Vegas. Nikki informed Paul that she already knew where David was going. Paul attempted to comfort Nikki, who was obviously distressed, but Nikki yelled at Paul and told him to stay out of her life.