The LJ Gang Shares Their Favorite Wedding Moments from Movies… and We Want to Hear Yours!

At LJ Productions, we love to hear what our fans and followers have to say. In that spirit we are kicking off Interactive Month here on LJDJsBlog.com! For the next few weeks, we decided to ask some fun and entertaining questions related to weddings and other events produced by LJ.

First up, we asked some members of the LJ Productions community to share their favorite wedding scenes from a movie and tell us why they love it so much. Read on to find out what they had to say. Be sure to share your answers with us here or on our Facebook and Instagram! Let us know who you agree with the most or just share your own favorites!

Crystal V. – Percussionist

“My favorite movie that involves a wedding is Bridesmaids.  This movie is absolutely hysterical and I lose it every time I watch the engagement party scene.  Annie, the maid of honor, battles it out with Helen, Lillian’s ‘best friend’, during their dueling speeches.”

Jorge V. – LJ Productions Manager/MC

“I would have to say that my favorite movie scene of a wedding was in The Wedding Singer. Right after Adam Sandler’s character gets stood up at the altar, he has to perform at a wedding and is absolutely miserable during the performance. He even threatens to strangle the bride’s father with his microphone wire! There have been times when we as entertainers, go through personal dilemmas and just have to smile through the performance, but we feel exactly like that wedding singer.”

Jan M. – LJ Productions DJ

“My favorite wedding scene in a movie is in Wedding Crashers when Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson are talking about “stage 5 clingers”.  I think it’s funny because a lot of people are possessive when they first meet someone. And sometimes they turn out to be a total crazy-pants!”

Nick S. – LJ Productions DJ/MC

“My favorite wedding scene is from the movie Night at the Roxbury.  Doug Butabi (played by Chris Kattan), holds up a boom box in the middle of his brother Steve’s wedding, playing their favorite song, “What is Love?” by Haddaway.  This was an inspirational reminder that Steve (played by Will Ferrell), should never marry and if anyone is going to spend the rest of their lives with him, it would be Doug himself! So funny and completely “gangsta” at the same time!”

Jack Bermeo – Founder and Owner of LJ Productions

“I love the scene where Vince Vaughn’s character in Wedding Crashers, in an effort to try and impress a lady at a wedding, makes balloon animals for a bunch of kids. One of the kids demands a bicycle. His response after the kid starts yelling at him is, ‘I’m gonna make you a bicycle, but I don’t want to.’ The kid’s response is, ‘Shut up and make me a bicycle you clown!’ Hilarious!”

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Post by Izabella De Souza