During this stay-at-home situation, who can say no to a movie marathon? If you’re looking for ways to stay inspired and excited about your upcoming wedding, we prepared a list of the top wedding movies of all time!
The Best Wedding Movies EVER
If the current situation turned your wedding excitement to constant worry and stress, we are here to remind you that you can take a break.
Sitting down to watch a movie might not solve all your problems but it’s a great way to rekindle the anticipation for your upcoming wedding!
Whether you’re in the initial stages or the later steps of planning your wedding, we prepared a roundup of the best wedding movies for your inspiration.
Don’t forget to grab your popcorn! If you’re quarantining with your person, don’t forget to grab him/her to watch with you, as well!
1. 27 Dresses
This sweet flick follows the tale of Jane (Katherine Heigl), a woman who’s always been the bridesmaid but never the bride. Watch out, this story will surely melt your heart!
2. Mamma Mia!
Set in the breathtaking island of Skopelos in Greece, this Abba-inspired musical will make you swoon with the story of love, family, and forgiveness. Just a word of caution, the beauty of the movie’s setting can cause a bit of longing for travel lovers!
Laugh your night away with one of the top flicks of the last decade. Featuring the finest comediennes such as Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph, Bridesmaids follows a hilarious tale of friendship!
4. The Five-Year Engagement
After getting engaged, Tom (Jason Segel) and Violet (Emily Blunt) agreed to take their time saving some money before getting married at the perfect time. With several things that keep hindering their big day – career, family, education – the couple battles together to win the test of their commitment.
5. Wedding Crashers
For another comedic relief, this groom-friendly movie will make you laugh with Jeremy (Vince Vaughn) and John’s (Owen Wilson) crazy antics! Who spends most of their free time crashing wedding receptions, anyway? Well, these duo does.
6. Meet the Parents
Greg Focker, a nurse, tries to meet and get along with his girlfriend’s parents before proposing. However, her overprotective and suspicious father proves to be his worst nightmare. Will Greg be able to win the heart of his girlfriend and his prospective father-in-law?
7. The Wedding Singer
Who can resist the finest love team of the ‘90s? As their first movie together, Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore partners for a heartwarming story of romance and hope.
8. My Big Fat Greek Wedding
Forget all your worries for a while and spend the night watching this classic rom-com about the infusion of love, family, and cultural traditions. This classic wedding movie of 2002 will surely take your stress away!
9. My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2
This 2016 sequel may take 14 years before it came to life, but it’s worth the wait! Take your homemade popcorn and follow how Toula and the Portokalos family deals with another big, fat, Greek celebration.
10. Love Actually
Featuring a wedding and multiple love stories, this British holiday flick is another heart-melting and amusing option for your movie marathon. It is a great reminder that ‘Love actually is all around’.
11. The Proposal
Faced with the possibility of deportation, Margaret (Sandra Bullock) bribed her assistant Andrew (Ryan Reynolds) to fake an engagement. The assistant agrees to a shotgun wedding, but things became interesting when the fake couple flies to Alaska and meets Andrew’s family!
12. Bride Wars
Your best friend is one of the best people in the world until she wants the same wedding date and wedding venue as yours! Sit back and laugh while watching the hilarious story of besties (Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway) becoming rivals in the name of their big days.
13. Sense and Sensibility
For a classic turn to your movie marathon, a film adaptation of Jane Austen’s book is always a great option. Sense and Sensibility follows a story of two sisters finding love in the midst of their life circumstances.
14. Crazy Rich Asians
Considered as one of the best wedding movies 2018, this film features one of the most expensive weddings ever seen onscreen.
The film follows Rachel (Constance Wu) and Nick (Henry Golding) as they travel to Singapore to attend the wedding of Nick’s best friend. Things get interesting when Rachel discovered that Nick and the rest of his family are actually crazy rich!
15. Father of the Bride
Missing your parents? Grab some popcorn and watch this classic film about an overprotective dad’s love for his daughter.
16. Notting Hill
This 1999 sweet flick encapsulates the story of an average guy and a gorgeous American actress who fell in love despite living in two different worlds. Are they able to make it work? Watch the movie and you’ll see!
17. Coming to America
To avoid an arranged marriage, an African prince (Eddie Murphy) needs to find a wife. To search for his lifetime queen, he travels to Queens, New York!
18. Corpse Bride
A timid groom prepares for his wedding by practicing his vows, not knowing that a deceased young woman is in presence. What happens next will blow your mind away.
19. Sweet Home Alabama
This film tells the story of an Alabama girl who tries to choose between her southern origins and the promise of city life.
20. The Bachelor
To inherit his grandfather’s riches, a man afraid of commitment needs to find a suitable bride. Follow his journey as he searches through his past to find a woman to marry!
You don’t have to be a flower girl or a ring bearer to appreciate this animated film. This fantasy-comedy tale follows an ogre and a princess – as their story builds up and ends in a wedding!
The C-situation might impose some limitations on our everyday life, but it shouldn’t cancel your anticipation for your wedding day. Do you have other wedding movies in mind? Share them in the comment section below!
If you’re looking for creative stay at home date ideas with your person, you can also check this blog!
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