Our Favorite Fictional Weddings

  • Cinderella Carriage

    Let’s admit that as we become fans of television sitcoms, movies, books, and then more movies from books, we begin to root for a destined pair to finally become a couple. Obstacles, challenges, and antagonist characters stand in their way. A wedding becomes a monumental moment in entertainment that makes the audience laugh, hold its breath, or cry.

    Let’s look at a few of our favorite fictional weddings that do just that.

  • Cinderella


    We could make an argument for every princess wedding to make the list. This timeless classic has countless versions. In the 1950 Disney original, it ends with the bride, Cinderella, and Prince Charming making a grand exit after the wedding. She loses her shoe on the red steps, retrieves it, and is whisked away in a horse-drawn carriage to live happily ever after.

  • The Sound of Music

    The Sound of Music

    Finally, Captain Georg Von Trapp and Maria wed after she is a governess to his seven unruly children. The wedding takes place in a cathedral with Maria in a long-sleeved, classic and elegant wedding dress. However, the honeymoon is short-lived when Nazi soldiers summon the captain after Austria is annexed by Germany.

  • Friends: Ross and Emily

    Friends: Ross and Emily

    London baby! Rachel heads to London to reveal her feelings to Ross as he prepares to marry Emily. In the season four finale, Rachel decides not to tell him and instead, attends the wedding as a friend. To everyone’s surprise, Ross drops Rachel's name when he says ‘I do.' Of course, we can't forget the other monumental “Friends” weddings—Chandler and Monica, along with Phoebe and Mike.

  • The Graduate

    The Graduate

    Benjamin Broddock is seduced by Mrs. Robinson and is told to stay away from her daughter Elaine. Benjamin and Elaine have a relationship, but in a twisted turn of events, she is set to marry another man. Benjamin refuses to give up and rushes to the wedding venue to object. The climatic moment is when Benjamin bangs on the glass behind the ceremony and Elaine decides to flee with him.

  • Saved By The Bell: Zach and Kelly

    Saved By The Bell: Zach and Kelly

    We watched them grow up from junior high to college. In the two-hour finale of the 90s hit show, “Saved By the Bell,” Zack Morris and Kelly Kapowsi finally tie the knot in Vegas. The adventure is complete with cheesy Screech moments, a montage of past episodes, and even a Mr. Belding cameo.

  • Father of the Bride

    Father of the Bride

    This wedding classic is perfect for so many reasons. Preparation for a daughter’s wedding is described through the eyes of the bride’s father, George Banks. As George struggles to give away his only daughter, he’s surprised by all the ins and outs, details, and expenses, of planning a wedding.

  • Twilight: Edward and Bella

    Twilight: Edward and Bella

    Are you team Jacob or team Edward? In Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight series, Edward and Bella finally marry in the fourth blockbuster movie, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1. The vampire/human wedding is set in a gorgeous forest with a stunning, hanging floral backdrop and greenery landscape.

  • Forrest Gump

    Forrest Gump

    From childhood friends to living separate adult lives, Forrest Gump’s only love has been his Jenny. The two reunite when she introduces Forrest to his son. She proposes and shortly after they have a simple ceremony at his house in Alabama.

  • My Best Friend’s Wedding

    My Best Friend’s Wedding

    A romantic comedy starring Julia Roberts (as Julianne) about a co-ed friendship that has developed over the years. The relationship comes to a pivotal point when Michael announces he’s engaged to younger, wealthy Kimmy. Julianne develops feelings for Michael and tries to win back her best friend. Her attempts fail, and she accepts Michael's decision to marry Kimmy. At the wedding, Julianne bids farewell to a lifelong friendship.

  • Sex in the City: The Movie

    Sex in the City: The Movie

    We all had our favorite beaus for Carrie Bradshaw during HBO’s hit series “Sex and the City.” Adian Shaw and Jake Berger, just to name a few. In the end, it always came back to Big. The movie picks up after an extravagant wedding that ended in tragedy. In the end, Carrie and John Preston end up together, exchanging vows in a quiet, non-flashy courthouse ceremony.

  • Couple with Flowers

    Runners Up

    There were too many great wedding scenes to only pick ten. Here are a few more that we love!

    • • My Big Fat Greek Wedding
    • • Wedding Crashers
    • • Grey’s Anatomy: Callie and Arizona
    • • Bridesmaids
    • • The Godfather

    And don't forget, real life weddings can be just as magical. Check out our picks for the most historic weddings!

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