Grab your tissues and your girlfriends and prepared to be moved by the ultimate movie wedding vows montage!
The 4-minute “Movie Wedding Super Vows” montage created by Burger Fiction combines the best brides, grooms and wedding ceremonies from live action, animated, and even Muppet weddings!
Starting with Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon in the SNL comedy Night at the Roxbury and ending with the humorous “I Dos” from Nicholas Cage and Holly Hunter in Raising Arizona, this supercut of movie wedding vows has it all!
The cleverly combined video of cinematic wedding history takes us through the whole ceremony, starting with brides Katherine Hepburn in The Philadelphia Story, Julia Roberts in Runaway Bride, Kristen Stewart in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, and more walking down the aisle in their best wedding dresses and veils.
Don’t worry, they didn’t forget the infamous My Big Fat Greek Wedding scene where Toula (Nia Vardalos) is getting spit on by all her relatives for good luck. We’ll have to wait to see if the same thing happens to her mother Maria (Lainie Kazan) in the My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 sequel coming in March 2016!
Moving onto the start of ceremony, the folks at Burger Fiction didn’t miss out on the perfect transition by utilizing the marble-mouthed clergyman played by the late Peter Cook from The Princess Bride. After all, “Marriage is what brings us together today,” as Cook says.
But not all the movie wedding moments are of flower bouquets and romantic vows, the video is full of action-packed scenes with explosions, verbal altercations, and more thrown punches from girls in gowns than you probably remember.
Finishing up the collection of clips with our favorite part, the movie wedding vows, the video scrolls through movie after movie showcasing the “I Dos” and “I Wills” from a unique collection of films like Beetlejuice, The African Queen, Independence Day, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, and The Muppets Take Manhattan!
Take a peek at the “Movie Wedding Super Vows” video below, and don’t forget to watch after the credits to be serenaded by the mop-haired Chris Pratt from The Five Year Engagement.