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4 Movie weddings we’d love to be part of

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Weddings in movies can elicit numerous responses from an audience. Some are filled with humour, some with surprise, some with reasons to keep a box of tissues nearby. And, let’s face it, part of us that wishes we were there. Here are four movie weddings we wouldn’t mind witnessing without the silver screen separating us from the experience.

Toula Portokalos and Ian Miller, My Big Fat Greek Wedding


Family can drive you crazy. But to have the whole clan present on such an important day tends to make up for it. In My Big Fat Greek Wedding, the lead character Toula’s family drives her crazy with all their bickering, ideas and events for her wedding. But that is precisely what makes her wedding special. Just picture being part of the reception, enjoying a big cultural wedding to the fullest. It’s a wedding at which the importance of family and tradition is beautifully emphasised.

Juliet and Peter, Love Actually

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The combined gorgeousness of Chiwetel Ejiofor and Keira Knightley seems reason enough to attend this wedding, which occurs right at the beginning of 2003’s ensemble comedy Love Actually. But what if the best man has secretly organised a popular singer (Lynden David Hall) to perform The Beatles’ ‘All You Need is Love’? And what if this rendition is accompanied by a gospel choir and a brass band hiding in the church? Well, I think you’ll agree that we’ve all missed out big time!

Angus and Laura, Four Weddings and a Funeral

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The second is a bit too awkward. The third ends on a sad note. The fourth…well, we don’t exactly want to give it away. But the first runs smoothly enough to gain a place on our list. It’s a lavish British wedding with a fabulous array of big hats and colourful clothes. The best man’s speech by main character Charles (Hugh Grant) is as short, sharp and sweet as it needs to be. And the reception is a rollicking affair with a variety of musical entertainment. Just fun and pomp throughout the day.

Bella Swan and Edward Cullen, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1

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Say what you will about the Twilight saga, its fourth filmic instalment features one of the most beautiful weddings in 21st-century cinema. Firstly, this is a go-to movie wedding when it comes to deciding on floral decorations. The union is held in a picturesque forest, wisteria hangs over the congregation, and the altar is covered in flowers. In addition, our heroine Bella wears simple veil and a gorgeous figure-hugging dress, complete with an elegant train and stunning embroidery at the back.

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