Top 13 Classic Wedding Films

Everyone loves a good wedding film, from comedies to those movies that just make your heart melt. So, get together some friends and watch a few of these favourites next time you want to stay in for a movie night.

  1. My Best Friend’s Wedding – a classic romantic comedy where Julia Roberts tries to win over her best friend when she finds out he is suddenly getting married.
  2. Wedding Crashers – a hilarious comedy starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson where they crash weddings to meet women, until at the last wedding of the season they get more then they bargain for.
  3. Bridesmaids – where Annie, a single woman whose life is a mess is confronted with her best friend’s wedding and is forced to serve as maid of honour with disastrous results.
  4. Runaway Bride – an American romantic comedy where a jaded city journalist (Richard Gere) follows the story of the ‘runaway bride’ (Julia Roberts), a woman branded for always leaving men at the alter.
  5. The Wedding Singer – when wedding singer and all round nice guy Robbie (Adam Sandler) gets his heart broken, he loses all hope in love until he meets Julia (Drew Barrymore) who enlists him to help her with her wedding – only problem is she is engaged to another man.
  6. Four Weddings and a funeral
  7. Bride Wars – two best friends (Anne Hathaway and Kate Hudson) are torn apart when their weddings are accidently booked on the same day and neither want to give up their dream venue
  8. My Big Fat Greek Wedding – a hilarious and heart felt wedding film which follows the story of Toula, a Greek bride who encounters challenges when she branches out of European family traditions
  9. Muriel’s Wedding – this tale follows socially awkward Muriel who wants nothing more to get married, as she moves to a new place to reinvent herself and find the life she’s always dreamed of.
  10. 27 Dresses – Jane (Katherine Heigl) is always a bridesmaid and never a bride, but when her younger sister gets engaged to her boss she finds herself questioning this role she plays in so many people’s lives and meets an unexpected suiter along the way.
  11. The Proposal – When a high-powered book editor is faced with deportation to her native Canada she uses her assistant to create a wedding charade and fool immigration but ends up with more than she bargained for.
  12. The Wedding Date – when heartbroken Kat faces the prospect of attending her sister’s wedding alone and seeing her ex, she hires a charming male escort to save face in front of her family and friends.
  13. I Love You Man – As Peter’s wedding day approaches he realises he has no one to act as his best man, and so embarks on a series of ‘man dates’ to find the ‘bromance’ of his life.