Wedding movie watch list

Wedding movie watch list

Whether the big day is approaching or you just enjoy a happy romantic ending, make sure these wedding movies are on your watch list. When watching these movies you can enjoy beautiful backdrops and exquisite ceremonies. Be sure to get some tips and take notes on what not to do.

1. Mamma Mia! (2008)

Sophie Sheridan is getting married. Not knowing her father she is determined to meet her father and have him walk her down the aisle. She invites three men from her mother’s past hoping that one of them may be her dad. The jukebox musical romantic comedy is based on songs from Swedish pop group ABBA.


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2. 27 Dresses (2008)

The woman who has been a bridesmaid 27 times. Who can forget the scene of Jane Nichols trying on and posing with all of her dresses.


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27 Dresses 👗 Is am amazing film it is a rom/com and it kind of a new Bridget Jones. This film is about a girl who loves weddings and plans them for everybody else and does everything but she never had time for herself usually. But every wedding she goes to she gets to be a bridesmaid and she keeps all of the bridesmaids dresses and a reporter wants to get close to her and write a story on her but she doesn’t know that she just thinks he is being friendly to her. Amazing storyline and a capturing film for people to see who might like these films. I would recommend this film to people who like romantic comedies as it has a very strong sense of that. #27dressesmovie #filmreviews #weddingdress

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3. Breaking Dawn: Part One (2011)

After three movies of the famous love triangle between a human, vampire and werewolf, Edward and Bella finally tie the knot. Their beautiful forest wedding ceremony will be stuck in heads forever.


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4. The Proposal (2009)

Technically the engagement and marriage was fake but who doesn’t love a happy ending? Margaret Tate is an executive editor-in-chief of a publishing company. Andrew Paxton is her assistant. Margaret is told that she is going to be deported to Canada. She then persuades Andrew to marry her and he agrees. The ‘couple’ travel to Alaska to visit his family and encounter many awkward situations.

5. Bride Wars (2009)

A classic tale of two best friend ‘bridezillas’. Since Olivia and Emma were little they have been planning their dream wedding. Both women get engaged around the same time. Issues arise when both brides-to-be have their eye on the same location, same month and only one date available.

6. Made of Honor (2008)

Tom and Hannah have been best friends for over 10 years. He has issues with committing to one woman and she’s dedicated to her job. When Hannah finally gets engaged she asks Tom to be her maid of honour. He then realises that he is in love with Hannah.

7. My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002)

Who can forget the Windex on everything and the very loud family? It is one of the highest-grossing romantic comedies of all time. Fotoula Portokalos and Ian Miller fall in love. Tension rises when the family finds out he is not Greek (and doesn’t eat meat but that’s okay there’s lamb!).

8. Bridesmaids (2011)

Prepare to have a laughing fit. This funny film is about a woman who is getting married, her unstable best friend, an annoying new friend and the other unusual bridesmaids.

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