This 1940 classic has arguably the greatest cast ever assembled for a wedding flick: James Stewart, Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant. The movie begins as Tracy, a socialite played by Hepburn, is newly engaged after divorcing her ex-husband Dexter, played by Grant. Through a series of plot twists -- spoiler alert! -- the movie ends with Tracy calling off the wedding to her fiancé, along with a last-minute surprise: Dexter offers his former bride a second marriage proposal.
It might be rare, but some couples divorce and later get back together. Depending on the situation, friends may encourage or oppose these reconciliations. As a bridesmaid, your feelings are important, and you shouldn't feel pressured to stand up for anyone -- especially if you don't believe in the union.
- EmilyPost.com. "Getting Married (Again)." (Feb. 1, 2012) http://www.emilypost.com/weddings/remarriage/592-getting-married-again
- Emrich, Duncan. "Old, New, Borrowed, Blue -- But Why?" The New York Times. June 1, 1958. (Feb. 5, 2012) http://query.nytimes.com/mem/archive/pdf?res=FA0E1FFE3D5C1A7B93C3A9178DD85F4C8585F9
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