Castle and Beckett - Castle
Caskett fans were forced to wait a long time for the much anticipated wedding. On the way to the Hamptons, Castle was in a car crash, setting us up for a crazy and intense mystery. They did finally get married though, in a low key ceremony in front a green screen sunset. It wasn't ideal (especially since Ryan and Esposito were not present), but their touching vows made up for it and couldn't have been more perfect. Always.
Cam and Mitch - Modern Family
It all started when the dry cleaners gave Cam the wrong tuxedo, and of course, when he and Mitch went to get the right one, it was closed. They try getting in, but trigger the alarm, which alerts the owner. Thankfully, the owner gives them the right tux. Their problems didn't end there though. Due to wildfires, they were forced to evacuate their original wedding location. They find another venue, but that one falls through as well. They try their own apartment, but it's too small. The couple was just about to cancel the whole thing when Jay informs them that he's booked his country club, which ends up being the perfect venue. Wedding saved!
Mouch and Platt - Chicago Fire
Sometimes couples are so perfect for each other, that they're almost too perfect. Mouch and Platt's wedding was nearly doomed by their own cold feet. The funny thing was, they were both worried about the same thing! They each had fears that they wouldn't be able to keep up with the lifestyle they each thought the other wanted, but it turned out that both of them were perfectly happy spending the rest of their lives in sweats watching TV with bowls of Rocky Road. It would have been tragic if their wedding didn't happen because of a few jitters, because they really are meant to be.
Mike and Rachel - Suits
The two lawyers were so busy that it was difficult for them to find time to plan their wedding, but they realized that they had to make it a priority. Of course, none of that ended up mattering, because Mike was offered a new job in Seattle, and they needed him there immediately. The couple wasn't about to skip town without getting married first, so they moved it up, despite the fact that Harvey was in Chicago helping Jessica. Rachel enlists miracle worker Donna, who throws together a lovely ceremony, but they couldn't possibly get married without Harvey though, could they?
Of course not! He arrives at the last second and serves as Mike's best man. The long-delayed affair finally happened, with the couple exchanging vows in front of their family and friends before leaving everything behind.
Barry and Iris - The Flash
Those Nazi dopplegangers sure had terrible timing! Barry and Iris were just about to say their vows when they were interrupted by masked villains from Earth-X. Hey, at least all their super friends were there to lend a hand in a pretty epic fight scene! The wedding was temporarily put on hold until the crisis was averted, but by the end of the multi-show crossover, the couple did tie the knot in a low-key ceremony. Oliver and Felicity decided to join the fun and make it a double wedding!
Jesse and Becky - Full House
Oh Jesse, what were you thinking? Only a few hours before his wedding, he decided he needed to get in one last thrill before settling down, which apparently meant talking Joey into taking him up in a plane so he could jump out of it. Meanwhile, at the church, everyone wonders why Jesse is late. Well, it was due to the fact that his parachute got stuck in a tree, and he was left hanging (as were the viewers, because this was a two parter). Eventually he gets down, but he's also arrested. Have mercy! Becky bails him out, and the two finally make it back to the church where they are married.