Part of the fun of having a bridal party is that they are there for you through thick and thin… and just to party! If you need a night to chill out, get the girls around and settle in with some bubbles, sweet treats and popcorn and indulge in one of these wedding movie classics. Here are 10 good movies to watch with your bridal party:
Hi-larious!! Bridesmaids is everything you hope your wedding planning won’t be like – times 100! Yes there are some cringe-worthy moments, but this movie is comedic gold and will have you all laughing out loud.
If you are looking for a truly romantic story, you can’t go past The Vow. Not only is it based on a true story about a woman who has a car accident and forgets about the man she married, but there is some seriously drool-worthy watching in having Channing Tatum on your TV.
The Wedding Singer
Yes, the hair was big, the dress sense was horrible, but the 80s provide the best backdrop ever to the Adam Sandler classic The Wedding Singer. Watch him try to woo Drew Barrymore’s character before she walks down the aisle with another man.
Always a bridesmaid, never a bride – 27 times over to be precise. The worst is the last one, when she is asked to be the bridesmaid for her sister, who is engaged to the man she has had a crush on since always. Hmmm, things could get messy.
All’s fair in love and war and when besties played by Anne Hathaway and Kate Hudson find both of their weddings booked at the same venue on the same day, all-out war ensues.
My Best Friend’s Wedding
My Big Fat Greek Wedding
Crazy families are a given when it comes to anything weddings and Nia Vardalos’ character expertly shows you the worst case scenario in My Big Fat Greek Wedding. Throw in some culture clash for good measure and this Aussie comedy will having you laughing so hard, you cry.
The Wedding Planner
When your whole world is planning weddings for other loved-up couples, you can get down if your love life is non-existent. But what happens if you meet the man of your dreams and he is about to get married to one of your most important clients?