Finding love in the middle of a zombie apocalypse? Adorable! Grabbing your soon-to-be-wife\'s wedding ring off the hand of a dead walker?
Winners: Dwayne, Whitley and the studio audience, which exploded in catcalls when he stopped the love of his life from marrying another man. Losers: Jilted groom Byron, the bridesmaids (those dresses!) and whoever had to catch Whitley\'s mom when she swooned.
The kissing cousins accidentally wed in what they mistook for a pretend ceremony meant to bring joy to elderly hospital patients.
After Donna lost her virginity to David in Season 7, the couple\'s relationship was an on-and-off roller coaster. Thankfully, they got it together in time for the show\'s series finale.
Despite Leonard, Sheldon and the rest of the gang totally hogging their friends\' spotlight, Howard and Bernadette\'s rooftop ceremony was romantic, succinct and — much like the lovebirds themselves — thoroughly quirky.
After nine seasons, the couple\'s vows felt so rich and earned, especially Brennan\'s words (read from a note she wrote to Booth while buried alive years earlier): "How is it possible that simply looking into your fine face gives me so much joy? Why does it make me so happy that every time I try to sneak a peek at you, you\'re already looking at me? Like you, it makes no sense. And like you, it feels right."
Arguably the most satisfying TV wedding of all time — seriously, we followed this couple’s every step, from their first kiss in middle school — Cory and Topanga’s ceremony also served up one of the most emotional episodes of the series… even if it wasn’t technically supposed to be
Not even Scotty\'s disapproving parents could stand in the way of the historic union. (It was the first same-sex commitment ceremony between series regulars to be depicted on network TV.)
For starters, it wasn\'t real. Which is probably a good thing considering Angel\'s nightmare ended with Buffy in flames.
The telenovela-esque CGI backdrop detracted from the otherwise sweet vows. Also: Did RySpo and Lanie\'s invites get lost in the mail?
Besides the fact that Piper and Leo had to literally defy the heavens in order to form their perfect union, we dare you to find another TV wedding officiated by a damn
"You can count on me," the spy told his bride. You can also count on smiling like a fool throughout the sweet scene, which even got Casey a little verklempt.
After a magical wedding on the beach, the Cul de Sac crew\'s central couple rode off into the sunset on horseback.
Before he met his demise (sob!), Matthew and Mary had one elegant and unpredictable wedding. He may not have been sure if his future wife was going to show up, but we had no doubt it was meant to be.
only killed off two B characters that nobody cared about in the Moldovian Massacre that interrupted the 1985 wedding of Amanda Carrington and Prince Michael (who?), the bullet-riddled fifth season cliffhanger has gone down in TV history not as an over-the-top triumph but as an underwhelming cheat.
Monica and Chandler\'s nuptials were great and all, but Phoeb\'s happy ending was a
time coming and even a snowstorm wasn\'t going to get in the way of it.
Rachel shows up at Ross\' wedding to confess her feelings for him, but doesn\'t end up saying anything. Instead, Ross mistakenly says Rachel\'s name instead of his future wife\'s during the ceremony, but the ex-lovers still don\'t get back together. What was the point of it all?!
Jesse\'s touching nuptials were capped off by a romantic performance of The Beach Boys\' "Forever," accompanied by a large gospel choir and a cheesy-as-all-heck montage of his time with Rebecca.
It ended with the awful Joffrey\'s death, so that\'s a win in our book.
After this nightmare celebration, which concluded with the death of several beloved Stark characters, consider our RSVP to every future
s best ever. Between the popularity of the couple, the lavishness of the affair and the crashers it attracted (Elizabeth Taylor, for Pete\'s sake!), its no wonder the event was — and still is — the most-watched hour in soap history.
The renaissance faire-themed affair just reinforced how perfect these two kooks are for each other. Plus, it gave us Luke waltzing with Lorelai, and for that, it edges out Lane and Zack\'s rockin\' reception.
Rory\'s face as she watches her ex marry Lindsay pretty much says it all.
Only the Fox series could pull off a spontaneous, double same-sex wedding without making it seem like too much of a stretch. Plus: a group performance from Gloria Estefan, Jennifer Coolidge and Gina Gershon? This was like the
Aside from being generally absurd, the idea of Sue marrying herself was totally out of character, even for the eccentric cheer coach-turned-principal.
It might have been rushed — you know, to make sure it was over before the cops showed up to arrest both the bride
groom — but Chuck and Blair’s wedding also fit perfectly with the couple’s tumultuous history. They were too cool to even swap traditional vows, simply “three words, eight letters” from Chuck and “one word, three letters” from Blair. That’s love.
Because nothing says romance like marrying your ex-boyfriend who was secretly the blogger who tormented you and your friends for years?
Before hitting one seriously ugly rough patch and splitting up, the pair tied the knot in the stunning outdoors while Bailey, fittingly, officiated.
They didn\'t even make it down the aisle! Also, need we remind you of the eyebrow incident?
The twosome\'s lowkey and touching ceremony before their "official" one only made us love them more. Marshmallow + Lilypad 4ever!
Sure, Lois and Clark\'s wedding took a few tries — including one that resulted in Lois getting electrocuted by, we kid you not, Delta Burke as a villain named Myrtle Beech — but their super-ceremony (eventually) went off without a hitch. The episode\'s title ("Swear to God, This Time We\'re Not Kidding") was merely the icing on the cake.
The brief glimpse of the couple\'s long-awaited big day during a flash forward montage is all that\'s needed to bring on the tears. Thankfully, as if sensing the oncoming waterworks, Summer stuck out her tongue as she walked down the aisle, breaking up the hefty emotions.
It\'s hard to pick a highlight — everyone dancing down the aisle? Jim and Pam\'s private kodak moment? Them secretly exchanging vows on the boat? — but the look of pure happiness and love on the groom\'s face has to be it.
It may not have been as grandiose as their splashy, CGI-filled wedding from the pilot, but Charming and Snow’s lakeside ceremony in Season 2 had a far more intimate feel. Plus, this one wasn’t interrupted by a bitter, vengeful Evil Queen — and that’s always a plus.
Despite getting hitched while still in high school, these lovebirds beat the odds. They even made it to a vow renewal ceremony — all before graduation!
If you didn\'t swoon when Jackson took Hayley\'s hand and walked her down the aisle — a nice change of ritual — then you may need to get your heart checked.
Despite the fact that Claire was marrying Jamie just to save herself from Black Jack, the vows managed to be heartfelt and emotional. And they were followed by an even more memorable wedding night.
Any occasion that gets the entire Braverman clan in one place (and gives an ailing Zeek the chance to walk his daughter down the aisle) is a welcome one. And even though many a
fan is still mourning the loss of Sarah\'s relationship with Mark, Hank had proven himself more than worthy of his lady\'s love.
From the handcrafted dress to their vows — "I love you, and I like you" — to Ron walking Leslie down the aisle, it was all absolute perfection.
Considering Emily was lying about just everything, including being pregnant, it\'s not a complete surprise that the unholy union ended with Daniel shooting his new wife.
Though the teenage lovebirds easily said "I do," their wedding reception was capped by Dan\'s heart attack.
The couple was so iconic, they got their own TV movie, in which the longtime high school sweethearts decided to elope in Vegas before getting a proper ceremony (and a last-minute visit from Jessie!).
Everything went wrong on the day of Charlotte\'s second wedding, and somehow, it was still perfect. Plus, there has never been a more stunning bride.
Talk about a party crasher. The villainous Doomsday brought a devastating halt to Chloe and Jimmy\'s joyous festivities.
Evelyn\'s fifth marriage ended nearly as soon as it started. Teddy (guest star Robert Wagner), who turned out to be a conman after the real estate agent\'s small fortune, died during the wedding reception when he snuck off for a quickie with fellow con-artist Courtney (Jenny McCarthy). That\'s what happens when you swap writing staffs with