There have been oodles of weddings in the 90 Day Fiancé franchise, but some of them were better than others. Which ones gave fans wedding envy?
The 90 Day Fiancé franchise has featured a lot of weddings, and some are better than others. It’s not always the biggest and flashiest weddings that stand out in fans’ minds. Oftentimes, a heartfelt ceremony is more impactful than an expensive one.
The entire point of the franchise (or at least 90 Day Fiancé) is for the couples to get married within the K-1 visa window, so it’s no surprise there have been many weddings. Sometimes fans are shocked when a 90 Day Fiancé couple actually gets married, but other times it feels like a fairy tale that’s truly meant to be.
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There are lots of factors to be considered when ranking the franchise weddings, including size, fanciness, party vibes, and palpable feelings of love. These are the weddings that blew all others in the franchise out of the water.
4. Kyle & Noon Huckabee
Though Kyle and Noon had a fairly modest wedding, the love between them was touching, and the work Kyle went through to make sure Noon felt a little more at home was awe-inspiring. The couple had a traditional Thai Buddhist wedding so Noon could feel more connected to her culture despite her family not being able to make the trip. There was some drama when Kyle’s mom didn’t show up, but if her son’s wedding isn’t important to her, then she doesn’t deserve to attend. At the end of the day, season 3 couple Kyle and Noon’s wedding was intimate and sweet, and fans haven’t forgotten it.
3. Elizabeth Potthast & Andrei Castravet
Libby and Andrei had two weddings — one in America and one in Andrei’s home in Moldova. The traditional Moldovan wedding was a bit of a somber affair, despite the church’s stunning beauty. But the couple’s wedding in America with Libby’s friends and family was much more joyful. The wedding itself was rustic and charming and the bride and groom were elated. The often severe-looking Andrei actually seemed happy, and Libby was absolutely delighted to be marrying Andrei.
2. Michael Jessen & Juliana Custodio
Michael and Juliana’s wedding was a truly lavish affair, but there was more to the event than just a flashy celebration. Juliana was a little sad that her family couldn’t be there, but Michael’s family was extremely welcoming. The ceremony was officiated by Michael’s ex-wife Sarah and their kids Max and Cici offered some adorable words. Juliana and Michael looked smitten with each other, and their whole wedding felt like a fairytale. Unfortunately, that bliss didn’t last, and the couple has since broken up.
1. Kenneth Niedermeier & Armando Rubio
Armando and Kenny recently got married on the season finale of 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way season 3, and it was truly the best wedding the franchise has ever seen, by a wide margin. The couple has an impeccable sense of style, so obviously the decorations and details of the ceremony and reception were gorgeous and gave viewers major FOMO. But Kenny and Armando’s wedding was more than just picture perfect, and represented the end of the long and difficult roads to love that Kenny and Armando both struggled with. Even Armando’s initially-disapproving father shed a tear during the heartfelt ceremony, and Kenny and Armando’s wedding couldn’t have been more perfect.
Though not every couple included here are fan favorites, their weddings still knocked viewers’ socks off. 90 Day Fiancé fans may take issue with Elizabeth and Andrei’ repeat casting or have suspicions about Juliana being a gold digger, but it’s hard to deny that these couples had incredible weddings. Even though not all of these franchise couples stuck together, they’ll always have the memory of the unforgettable day they said I do.
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