Wedding planning can be completely exhausting, especially if you're doing the majority of the work yourself. And while it's great to stay on top of the details at all times, taking a break to decompress is absolutely necessary in order to enjoy the overall planning experience. That's why we recommend turning to your television for a night (or day, or week) of Netflix binging. While you're at it, grab your spouse-to-be and some popcorn, and snuggle up for the best wedding movies Netflix has to offer.
Ahead, we're sharing all of the wedding-related movies on Netflix right now, including some beloved classics and festive holiday flicks!
A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding
The sequel to A Christmas Prince, this film follows Amber and Richard's journey down the aisle for their highly anticipated Christmas wedding. All plans seemingly go well until Amber starts to second-guess whether she's fit to be a queen.
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 a Muslim community, in modern-era Australia.
A New York Christmas 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 (Mr. Big from Sex and the City) co-produced and stars in this Christmas eve love story, alongside Nia Fairweather, Cooper Koch, Adriana DeMeo, and Otoja Abit.
Bride for Rent
Rocco must get married in order to receive his large family inheritance. So what does he do? He hires a bride. The plot quickly thickens, however, when things start to heat up between Rocco and his employed spouse.
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, though members of the royal family aren’t exactly happy about this affair.
Finally Found Someone
This Filipino romantic comedy follows Aprilyn who is left at the alter by her runaway groom, only to later find out that her wedding day faux pas has turned into an online viral sensation. Raffy, a publicist, is hired to help diffuse the situation, but his working relationship with Aprilyn turns into something more romantic.
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.
It’s Her Day
In this 2016 Nigerian film, one groom offers to give his fiancée her dream wedding. However, when he finds himself struggling to keep up with his bride’s lavish demands, he questions the future of their relationship.
Kandasamys: The Wedding
The sequel to Keeping up with the Kandaswamys, this film highlights what happens when the conflicting demands of the mothers of the bride and groom come to a breaking point. The result: Pure chaos.
Love Wedding Repeat
Olivia Munn and Sam Claflin star in this Netflix original about a brother re-living the same day over and over again, in order to make his sister’s wedding day perfect. And in true romcom fashion, a possible romance presents itself to him.
Made of Honor
When Tom (Patrick Dempsey), a prolific serial dater, realizes he's in love with his newly engaged best friend, he uses his role as maid of honor to try and win her over. The question is, does he succeed?
Starring Marlon Waynes, this hilarious romcom follows the story of Rob Anderson who is having a bit of trouble making it down the aisle. Why? After waking up naked in an elevator, he is forced to relive the beginning of his wedding day over and over again until he is able to get things right for the big day.
Resort to Love
When Erica (Christina Milian) unexpectedly ends up being the wedding singer at Jason's (her ex-fiancé) wedding, drama begins to ensue as she tries to keep her past relationship a secret from his bride-to-be, while also navigating her own resurfaced feelings.
This 1999 classic, starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere, follows a reporter named Ike (Gere) who is covering the ventures (or lack thereof) down the aisle of a serial runaway bride. While reporting on Maggie's (Roberts) upcoming fourth wedding, Ike finds himself falling for his subject.
Sex and the City Movie
Continuing 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 things take a turn on the big day when Carrie is left at the altar alone, leaving her to wonder if Mr. Big is really the one. Of course, the gang gets together to help her figure it out, which results in a movie full of nostalgia and comedic drama.
The Week Of
Two dads with opposing viewpoints are forced to spend time together the week leading up to their children’s wedding. As expected, chaos and drama quickly follow. Adam Sandler and Chris Rock star in this comedy-filled Netflix original film.
The Wedding Party 2: Destination Dubai
In this sequel to the 2016 film, The Wedding Party, we see Nonso and Diedre’s relationship progress. However, when Nonso accidentally proposes, family drama creates mayhem for the couple.
This classic comedy stars Vince Vaughn (Jeremy) and Owen Wilson (John), two divorce mediators who make it their mission to crash wedding receptions in order to find free drinks, free food, and vulnerable women. Things take a turn, though, when John meets and falls for Claire (Rachel McAdams), the daughter of a powerful politician.
When Asha (Pallavi Sharda) and Ravi (Suraj Sharma) are pressured by their parents to find spouses, the duo makes an agreement to pretend to be a couple during their summer of weddings. The romcom follows Asha and Ravi as they navigate their elaborate lie and feelings for each other.