She may be marrying the wrong guy, but Juliet (Keira Knightley) and Peter's (Chiwetel Ejiofor) wedding is still quite magical. After swapping I-do's in a gorgeous church in front of all their loved ones, the happy couple walks back down the aisle and is stopped by someone singing All You Need is Love.
As he continues, guests sporadically pop up playing instruments. This lovely surprise was all planned by Peter's best friend Mark (Andrew Lincoln), who happens to be in love with Juliet. But, that's a different story.
Every man wants to marry his princess, and every girl wants to marry her prince—even if he's an ogre, right? Lucky for Shrek, Princess Fiona and us, this adorable duo find each other and, against all odds, get hitched.
After the wedding, which takes place at their home in the swamp in front of all their animal friends, the newlyweds head off for their honeymoon while guests sing I'm a Believer. The moral of this classic tale? Love comes in all shapes and sizes and can overcome anything. We're green...with envy!
For someone who's hobby is crashing weddings and sleeping with vulnerable female guests, marriage isn't really an option. That is until Jeremy (Vince Vaughn) falls in love with Gloria (Isla Fisher). This crazy-about-each-other couple gets married in a big glamorous wedding that is picture perfect.
Except for the part where Jeremy's fellow wedding crasher/best friend, John (Owen Wilson), causes a scene by interrupting the ceremony and confessing his love to Gloria's engaged sister, Claire (Rachel McAdams). But, hey, if these two wild guys can be tamed, maybe there's hope for the rest of them.
Beth (Jennifer Aniston) and Neil (Ben Affleck) are the perfect couple and madly in love. There's only one problem—Neil doesn't want to get married.
This becomes a constant issue for the pair until Beth decides she would rather have Neil in her life, even if that means she won't get married. After Neil realizes he wants nothing more than to make Beth happy, he proposes and the duo marries in a small ceremony on his boat in front of their closest friends and family.
Even though he is nothing like the guy she thought she would end up with, after being a bridesmaid 27 times, Jane (Katherine Heigl) is finally getting her day. She marries Kevin (James Marsden) in a beautiful beach wedding including everything from gorgeous flowers, great guests and, yes, all 27 brides she helped, standing up as bridemaids in the awful interesting dresses they forced her to wear.
It's a miracle! After leaving four men at the altar, earning her the nickname "Runaway Bride," Maggie Carpenter (Julia Roberts) marries Ike Graham (Richard Gere). Although the wedding itself is a very simple and private hilltop ceremony, it proves true love can conquer all. Now that's magical! Oh, and the part where they ride off into the sunset on horseback is a nice touch too!
Intense wedding planning pays off when Annie Banks (Kimberly Williams-Paisley) says I-do to Bryan MacKenzie (George Newbern). Thanks to the bride's parents (Steve Martin & Diane Keaton), their lavish wedding takes place in a beautiful church.
Annie looks amazing in her classy lace dress as she walks down a long elegnat aisle. Seeing how much the day means not only to the newlyweds, but to the parents (her father in particular, hence the title), makes the occasion all that much more magical.
We don't think it's possible to watch this wedding and not shed a tear (or in our case, a lot of tears). After learning the love of his life is dying from leukemia, Landon Carter (Shane West) is determined to make sure Jamie (Mandy Moore) does everything she has always wanted to do. They marry in the church where her parents got married in an intimate ceremony, and her father, the minister, recites her mother's favortie quote as their vows. Sob!
There isn't really anything as big and extravagant as a Greek wedding. With her bridesmaids in tacky dresses and decked out in a puffy princess wedding dress herself, Toula (Nia Vardalos) marries Ian (John Corbett) in front of huge crowd of friends and family. There's spitting, big hair and lots of tradition in this full-out Greek event.
Mazel tov! What could be more magical than a gay wedding!? In an extravagant all white room with beautifully lit trees, Stanford Blatch (Willie Garson) and Anthony Marantino (Mario Cantone) become husband and husband. Not only do the brooms (bride-groom) walk down the aisle with a choir singing, but Liza Minnelli marries them.