The "Father of the Bride" House Is for Sale! #WeddingVenueGoals

Your childhood wedding wishes have been granted.

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If you're a daddy's girl at heart (or have any heart at all) you've probably teared up while watching 1991's Father of the Bride. From the adorable father-daughter dynamic between Annie (Kimberly Williams-Paisley) and George (Steve Martin) to the gorgeous home that doubled as a reception venue, the movie is a must-watch for any future bride.


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And if that backyard celebration made you swoon, you may want to take a seat. The 18,110-square-foot property where it was shot, along with the beautiful 1925 white colonial, is back on the market, meaning your childhood wedding dreams could actually become a reality. That is, if you're willing to buy it.

According to Zillow, the Alhambra, California home runs for $1,998,000, but if money-saving George taught you anything, you may be able to bargain for an even bigger steal. 

The classic estate has more to offer than sentimentality, though: The home includes a grand entry, a 90-bottle wine fridge, and a "bright and cheery" sunroom with its own fountain—talk about hosting potential!

Just think of the meaningful moments you could share in the house—or, better yet, playing ball at the original basketball hoop. 


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