Top Ten Tuesday: Books Featuring Weddings

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018.

Yesterday was my 1 year wedding anniversary!! 😭❤️❤️

So I thought it would be fun to share 10 book recommendations that are about or feature weddings!


1. Every Little Promise / Every Little Piece of Me (Orchid Valley #0.5 – #1) by Lexi Ryan

This novella and first book in a new romance series are all about an impromptu Vegas wedding! The 2 main characters were together in high school, but after a dramatic event, haven’t spoken to each other in many years. They met up in Vegas and accidentally get married after a drunken night together. But the heroine is already engaged!

It’s full of drama and loads of steamy chemistry!

2. The Guest List by Lucy Foley

This whodunit mystery revolves around a wedding on a tiny island off the coast of Ireland. But it’s definitely not any wedding I’d want to attend!

The story flashes between present day during the wedding reception when a dead body appears, and the days leading up to the wedding. It’s told from a bunch of different POVs and is packed full with lies and deceit. It wasn’t my favorite mystery but the reveal was top notch!

3. Cheesy on the Eyes (Slice #5) by Teagan Hunter

If you’ve been around for a minute you Teagan Hunter is one of my favorite romance authors – and this entire standalone series is fantastic.

This one in particular is a fake dating romance between the free spirited hero and independent heroine who needs a date to her brother’s wedding. It’s funny, sweet, and sexy romance! Highly recommend.

4. On the Rocks (Becker Brothers #1) by Kandi Steiner

No wedding actually takes place in this adult romance. But the heroine is engaged and planning her wedding for a good chunk of this book.

The heroine returns home to her small southern town to plan her wedding and marry the man her parents approve of. But then she reconnects with the hero and sparks fly.

Small town, hate to love romance surrounding a whiskey distillery – what more could you want?

5. Marrying Winterborne (The Ravenels #2) by Lisa Kleypas

This one seems obvious. This is the second book in the Ravenels series and follows Helen who’s engagement was just called off by her sister in law. But Helen wants to marry Rhys – and she’s willing to ruin herself to do so.

6. The Worst Best Man by Mia Sosa

Another obvious one! This adult rom-com follows a wedding planner who was stood up on the day of her own wedding. Now, years later, she’s forced to team up with her almost-brother-in-law to win an account that could change her life.

7. Crazy for Your Love (The Boys of Jackson Harbor #5) by Lexi Ryan

This is another fake-dating romance! Teagan desperately needs a date to her sister’s upcoming wedding. So she enlists her long time friend Cater to help her out. But the chemistry between them is undeniable and soon the lines between real and fake start to blur.

8. Dear Emmie Blue by Lia Louis

One of my favorite books of all time! This follows a woman who has been in love with her best friend for years. She finally thinks their relationship is taking the next step she’s blindsided with his actual question – will she be his best woman in his upcoming wedding?

9. The Henna Wars by Adiba Jaigirdar

The wedding in this adorable YA contemporary isn’t a major part of this book, but it’s the catalyst for a big portion of the plot. Nishat and her family attend her cousin’s traditional Bangladeshi wedding and it’s one of my favorite wedding scenes ever. This scene had me drooling over all the amazing food descriptions!

10. Well Played (Well Met #2) by Jen Deluca

A Renaissance Faire wedding! Need I say any more? 😅 The main character is a brides maid in the wedding of the main couple from book 1. You get dress shopping, wedding planning, and an amazing Renn Faire wedding.


Let me know if you’ve read any of these or have any other favorite books with weddings!

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