15 Rom Coms That Will Get You in the Mood for Wedding Season
Whether you're a cynic or a sap, there's a film for you.
The birds are chirping, the babes are beaching and all of your cousins are getting hitched. Yes, we have arrived at peak wedding season.
While it's a little late to get started on that #WeddingBod workout, you can always count on your trusty Netflix queue to help you mentally prepare for the nuptials to come. (If you're brave enough to leave your couch, there's always Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, in theaters Friday.)
No matter what your preference when it comes to romance, we've rounded up a wedding-themed flick right for you — whether you're a cynic, a sap or a bridesmaid (again). Enjoy!
For the Sap: Bust out the tissues for these ones. #TrueLoveAlwaysWins
The Wedding Date
Peak Dermot Mulroney.
My Big Fat Greek Wedding
While you're watching, you may even learn a thing or two from the Portokalos family: "Let me tell you something, Toula. The man is the head, but the woman is the neck. And she can turn the head any way she wants" (Mrs. Portokalos). And also, "Put some windex on it" (Mr. Portokalos).
The Wedding Planner
Any rom-com starring Matthew McConaughey is a rom-com worth watching.
Father of the Bride
Don't forget about dear old dad.
For the Cynic: Because the fairy tale romance isn't for everyone.
Multiple wedding dresses to ogle over!
Ryan Reynolds + Sandra Bullock + Betty White = Perfection.
Meet the Parents
Sometimes the hardest part of getting to the altar is getting past Robert De Niro.
For the Best Friend Who's In Love With Someone Else's Betrothed: "Speak now or forever hold your peace."
My Best Friend's Wedding
It's easy to get distracted by the Julia Roberts/Dermot Mulroney chemistry happening here, but don't forget — Cameron Diaz is in this one, too.
The Wedding Singer
Vintage Drew Barrymore gold.
Made of Honor
When is it a good time to watch Patrick Dempsey play the love interest? Always. The answer is always.
For the Life of the Party: What good is a wedding without an epic party reception?
Crashing a wedding? What can go wrong?
For the Wedding Gown Obsessee: To be honest, who doesn't love a good dress montage?
You can't go wrong with a Vera Wang gown and a Tiffany's ring. Just ask Kate Hudson.
Sex and the City 2
We'll take that Vivienne Westwood gown if Carrie's not using it.
For the Girl In Five Weddings This Summer: Being a bridesmaid is a thankless job, but someone's gotta do it.
James Marsden singing "Bennie and the Jets" is your summer spirit animal.
Quite possibly the best female ensemble cast of all time.