10 must see wedding films
The Bride Online Team have come up with their list of favourite wedding films of all time! Check out the list below and leave us a comment with your favourite wedding flick! Whilst most of us wont be having huge Hollywood weddings, its nice to dream!
So brides why not get your girls together the night before your wedding and cosy up on the sofa with a big bowl of (low fat) popcorn and spend your last night of singledom ohhing and ahhing over some of hollywood’s best…
Father of the Bride
Franck the wedding planner steals the show in this one. The flamboyant, European with expensive taste is GOLD.
The original starred Audrey Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart, the remake starred Julia Ormond and Harrison Ford. Classic love story with lots of amazing costumes (orig)
My Best friends Wedding
Julia and Cameron battle it out for the affections of the same guy, made famous by THAT song… check the late 90’s fashion… Gold!
The Wedding Singer
Adam Sandler playes loser wedding singer/wanna be rock star Robbie Hart. Enter Julia played by Drew Barrymore is set to marry the worlds biggest douch.. or is she?? Awesome 80’s soundtrack and lots of laugh out loud moments.
Always the bridesmaid, never the bide (27 times in fact) Classic modern day “Rom Com” with totally predictable storyline and 27 hilariously ugly dresses!
Pre arranged wedding extravaganza! Lots of great scenery and and insight into the world of a Punjabi bride. Bust out your bollywood moves for this one!
The Wedding Planner
Busy New York wedding planner too busy planning other weddings until she meets Dr Steve… who’s wedding she is planning…
Classic Australian film starring Toni Collete as Muriel Heslop. ABBA loving Muriel is going nowhere fast and spends her days dreaming up her ultimate wedding. When she agrees to marry an athlete looking for a visa…
Epic story of intertwined lives… super romantic and slightly funny proposal at the end…
One for the lads, this laugh out loud, sometimes cringe-worthy flick is definitely eye candy worthy with Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson
So I Married An Axe murderer
Vintage Mike Myers (a great pre wedding flick for the groom) Full of laughs and a few classic one liners. Look our for the Scottish wall of fame