- The Wedding Year
Get your pinot and prepare to chortle. We love the way relatable this film is. Sarah Hyland sparkles as Mara, a 27-year-old who’s alarmed by responsibility until she meets her match in Preston (Keith David). The two test their new relationship while they go to seven weddings… in a year.
- Four Weddings and a Funeral
You realize a film is genuinely famous when it’s anything but an advanced variation. Possibly it’s the dynamic between Charles (Hugh Grant) and Carrie (Andie Macdowell), or the manner in which satire is woven so flawlessly into the story, yet there is something in particular about this 1994 hit that gives us the warm fuzzies.
- My Best Friend’s Wedding
I mean does this at any point need a clarification? Cameron Diaz. Julia Roberts AND Dermot Mulroney—across the board fantastic flick. This exemplary 1995 romcom is pressed loaded with minutes that will make you chuckle, cry and need to wince with worry for our young lady Julia. Let’s face it, this one will perpetually make the rundown.
- The Big Wedding
We giggled so hard we cried. This 2013 romcom has a cast pressed loaded with hotshots (Diane Keaton, Robert Deniro, Amanda Seyfried, AND Katherine Heigl…to name a couple) and enough OMG scenes to blow your mind. It’s inspiring, entertaining, thus reasonable you may feel like you’re at a family assembling by the end.
- Picturesque marriage
Before this dry and heavenly satire went along, we would never entirely discover a film that caught every one of the sentiments that go through your mind when “that ex” welcomes you to their wedding. Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder make it simple to envision and present the contention regarding why you ought to consistently rsvp yes to an exotic marriage… who can say for sure what could occur.
Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph are the lone force couple that is important throughout everyday life and in this absurd story of two closest companions on two altogether different ways. At the point when Lillian requests her closest companion to be her servant from honor, it scrutinizes their kinship in funny ways they would never envision.
- Sex and the City: The Movie
At the point when we got some answers concerning this film back in 2008 our hearts on the whole softened at the possibility of FINALLY seeing Big and Carrie get their joyfully ever after. In evident SJP/Carrie design, the dress alone satisfied the perfect entirety. Twofold element anybody?! In the event that you can’t get enough SATC (like us) the subsequent film conveyed quite possibly the most notable wedding scenes ever—Liz Taylor entertaining Anthony and Stanford as they at long last said their I Do’s.