Monday, November 21, 2011

Bridal party

Vogue has put together a list of six must-see wedding movies . . . and I, the eternal bridesmaid who prides herself on all things wedding, have to admit I haven't seen them all!

I've actually only seen three - looks like I'm going to have to rethink my 'professional bridesmaid' title and hand back my bouquet until I've picked up the slack!

Now, I think there are some gaps in this list. Number one, of course, is my all time favourite wedding movie, maybe even movie full stop . . .

I could watch it over and over and over again.

And then there's my autobiography . . .

So much for always the bridesmaid, never the bride - she snags the hotbox journalist at the end.

There's hope for me yet!

And because I love a sing-along . . .

Any others you'd like to add to the list?


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Anonymous said...

These are all great. Also, how about My Best Friend's Wedding? And, of course, there's always The Graduate. "ELAINE!!!!"

Anonymous said...

Kate - the best wedding film of all time, ALL TIME*, is 4 weddings and a Funeral. It is comedy gold with champagne and british accents. Plus, Hugh before he slept with prostitutes!

*The all time is Kanye style

love flavs xx

B.x said...

I love your additions to the list! 27 Dresses is the film that inspired my wedding dress, Father of the Bride is an 80's classic and Mamma Mia still has a place on my ipod!