Take a break from planning for someNetflixbinging—movies about weddings, of course. And that still kind of counts as planning, right? Grab your spouse-to-be and some popcorn and snuggle up for the best wedding movies Netflix has to offer this month. And hey, while you’re at it, grab a pen and some paper to take notes. There’s a lot of wedding dos and don’ts on this list.
Keep scrolling for all the wedding movies on Netflix right now—which includes some beloved classics and new, festive holiday flicks!
Sex and the City Movie
In this movie that continues the plot of the hit HBO show, Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) and Mr. Big (Chris Noth) plan to move in together and get married. But on the big day, Carrie is left at the altar alone, which leaves her wondering if Mr. Big is really the guy for her. Of course, the gang gets together to help her figure it out and of course, there's plenty of nostalgia from the series to go around.
In this 1988 romcom, Julia Roberts plays a young woman fresh out of high school who works at a pizza shop with her sister Kat and their friend Jojo, who faints at her own wedding from cold feet.
This 1999 classic starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere follows a reporter named Ike (Gere) who is covering the ventures (or lack there of) down the aisle of serial runaway bride Maggie (Roberts). While reporting on her upcoming fourth nuptials, Ike finds himself falling for his subject.
When Juliette (Reem Kherici) finds the business card of a wedding planner in her boyfriend Mattias’s pocket (Nicolas Duvauchelle), she is overjoyed and says “yes.” Turns out the business card actually belongs to his mistress. Now he and his accidental fiancée are planning a wedding with the help of his girlfriend.
In this 2013 film starring Rachel McAdams, Tim (Domhnall Gleeson) learns he has the power to travel back in time and change the outcomes of his life. So he sets out (back in time) to find himself a girlfriend (spoiler: who later becomes his wife), but soon discovers that time travel can’t fix everything.
The Big Wedding
When divorced couple Ellie (Diane Keaton) and Don (Robert De Niro) learn that their adopted son’s birth mother will be in attendance at his wedding, the two decide to put on a united front by pretending to still be married. Family drama commences as the couple’s nuptials approach.
My Best Friend’s Wedding
When Julianne’s (Julia Roberts) ex turned best friend Michael (Dermot Mulroney) gets engaged, she finally realizes she still has feelings for him. Now she wants to stop the wedding at all costs, but being asked to be maid of honor (to Cameron Diaz's "Kimmy") poses a whole new challenge.
The Week Of
Two dads with opposing viewpoints are forced to spend a whole lot of time together the week leading up to their children’s wedding. As expected, chaos and drama ensue. Adam Sandler and Chris Rock star in this comedy-filled Netflixoriginal film.
It’s Now or Never
This Spanish romcom follows a couple who decides to wed in England where they first met. But as the wedding day approaches, all sorts of unlikely obstacles arise—we’re talking a labor strike and a volcano.
It’s Her Day
In this 2016 Nigerian film, one groom offers to give his fiancée her dream wedding. But when he finds himself struggling to keep up with his bride’s lavish demands, he questions the future of their relationship.
With an innate desire to please his father, Ali finds himself caught in a lie and stuck between an arranged marriage and a relationship with his true love. This 2017 film is a true story based on a young man living in his Muslim community in modern-era Australia.
The Wedding Party 2: Destination Dubai
In this sequel to the 2016 film, we see Nonso and Diedre’s (the Bridesmaid from London) relationship progress. But when Nonso accidentally proposes, family drama creates mayhem for the couple.
Always a Bridesmaid
This 2019 romcom follows an eternal bridesmaid who is ready for her own love story. But when dating proves to be difficult, the copy editor wonders if she’ll be single forever.
Bride for Rent
In order to receive his large family inheritance, Rocco must get married. So he does what anyone in this situation would do (or not)—hires a bride. But when things start to heat up between Rocco and his employed spouse, the plot thickens.
Four Sisters and a Wedding
Four sisters come together to stop a hasty marriage between their younger brother and a woman whom they believe to have poor intentions. The sisters’ ploy turns into a family-affair that stirs up unspoken tensions in the process.
Veerey Ki Wedding
Meeting the parents is always a bit nerve-racking—and in this Indian film, a young groom makes the worst first impression with his bride’s father. In order to marry his dream girl, he must work to earn her family’s approval.
Christmas With a Prince
When Prince Alexander is injured during a skiing accident, pediatric doctor Tasha is forced to heal him back to health. A romance between the two begins to blossom, but other members of the royal family aren’t exactly happy about this affair. Watch November 4 on the streaming platform!
A New York Christmas Wedding
Leading up to a big Christmas Eve wedding, one New York City bride meets her guardian angel, who shows her an alternate life if she had followed her true feelings for her childhood best friend. Chris North (aka Mr. Big from Sex and the City) co-produced and stars in this love story as a priest who must decide if he can officiate this same-sex marriage. Filmmaker Otoja Abit’s progressive take on the typical Christmas romance movie really sets it apart from its competitors. Get ready for this holiday love story coming up on November 5.