It's wedding season!
Everyone loves a great wedding; the romance, the heartfelt words, the chance to celebrate love.
But what about the awesome parties that go with the wedding?!
This is a list that celebrates the best receptions, the ones that we wish we'd crashed, just so that we could celebrate along with some of our favorite TV families!
From the sentimental to the strange, here are some of the television wedding receptions we wish we'd crashed!
Don't see your favorite? Add it in the comments!
Mary and Francis, Reign
Forget William and Kate! This is the REAL royal wedding we wish we had a seat to attend. The food! The dancing! The falling flowers! This reception was royal romance at its finest.
Mitch and Cam, Modern Family
Any guest of a wedding that had to stop and start three times before it was moved to a picturesque country club would have been out of their mind with frustration. But one look at those happy grooms and listening to Claire speak about love would have been the best reason to be in attendance. We would have certainly been sporting big smiles!
April and Andy, Parks and Recreation
We’d have made a real cake and shown up for April and Andy’s surprise house party wedding. They served pizza rolls and whatever else their guests brought and. Mouserat performed. And oh how we wish we’d had the chance to talk to Andy’s grandma. Our invitation clearly got lost.
Howard and Bernadette, The Big Bang Theory
Rooftop party with the coolest nerds on the block? We’re in. We’d have become ordained and been extra ministers at their wedding. In fact, that probably could have been our in. Plus, Howard and Bernadette are just fantastic.
Dwight and Angela, The Office
Any wedding that takes place on graves is bound to be a lot of fun. Dwight and Angela sealed the deal and danced the night away at Schrute Farms with all their friends from Dunder Mifflin, old and new. We really just wish we could have snuck up behind Michael and heard him say, “That’s what she said,” at least once or twice.
Bones and Booth, Bones
Is there anyone who didn’t wish they had a ticket to one of the most painfully awaited weddings, one that felt like it took nine years to plan? Oh wait… it did. Between Cyndi Lauper singing love songs, vows that would make anyone weep, and all the champagne going around, is there any reason we wouldn’t have crashed?