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American Wedding


American Wedding

The film's main plot focuses on the wedding ceremony of Jim Levenstein (Jason Biggs) and Michelle Flaherty (Alyson Hannigan), while its subplot centers on Steve Stifler (Seann William Scott), and his outrageous antics including his attempt to organize a bachelor party, teaching Jim to dance for the wedding, and competing with Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas) to win the heart of Michelle's sister, Cadence (January Jones).

Jim wishes to exclude Steve Stifler from the wedding, who becomes upset when he finds out. Stifler agrees to teach Jim how to dance if he is allowed at the wedding. Jim asks Stifler to mask his obnoxious personality in exchange for planning the bachelor party.

Michelle's younger sister, Cadence, flies in for the wedding. Both Finch and Stifler are attracted to her, and, trying to win her over, they each act differently. Stifler arranges the bachelor party but does not tell Jim, who unknowingly invited Michelle's parents to dinner in his home. With assistance from Bear, who poses as a butler, Jim nearly succeeds in keeping the bachelor's party a secret, until Michelle's mother opens a closet door to find Kevin inside; blindfolded, stripped to his boxers, and tied to a chair. They explain that it was a failed attempt to make Jim seem like a hero, and Michelle's parents tell him if he puts that much effort into the upcoming marriage, they can give their blessing.

Michelle is concerned that Jim's paternal grandmother disapproves of the wedding as she is not Jewish. On the night before the wedding, Stifler inadvertently turns off the walk-in refrigerator while getting a bottle of champagne to seduce Cadence, which kills the flowers. Stifler finally reveals his true rude and obnoxious personality. Angry, Jim asks him to leave, and all the others, including Cadence (who has heard him talking about doing her), support Jim's decision.

Quickly returning to the hotel, Stifler hears someone in the supply closet and steps inside, unaware that Cadence was interrupted by wedding preparations and that Jim's disgruntled grandmother was shoved inside by the ushers, the "MILF guys" from high school. Stifler only realizes this upon walk-in by Finch and Kevin. She becomes pleasant, particularly towards Stifler, making Michelle and Jim's dad happy.

Save the dates are the perfect way to announce your engagement and set a date for your big day. Ensure guests have plenty of time to make arrangements so that they can celebrate your wedding day with you. We offer postcards or magnets, in addition to coordinating stationery to complete your wedding suite.

A wedding program is an essential part of every wedding. The wedding program allows you to share the details of your wedding ceremony with your guests. Wedding programs can provide your guests information about your ceremony and reception, so they know what to expect. The program can also be the perfect place to share a story about the couple or introduce members of the wedding party. Choose from a variety of trendy and distinctive styles to match your tastes.

After the big day has come to a close, it is essential you take a few days to rest, regroup, and reflect on all the love you felt in one incredible day. Express the gratitude in your heart with a thank you card. Thank you cards are a thoughtful and elegant way to let your friends and family know how grateful you are for their attendance and support on and leading up to your wedding day.

Personalized wedding invitations from The American Wedding add a touch of elegance to your special date. Complement your wedding invitation cards with save the date cards, personalized tableware, and gifts. Need help Try our sample invitation wording.

Looking for the perfect invitation for your special day You won't need to look any further with our selection of invites that range from unique choices to timeless pieces. We've got hundreds of designs for you to choose from, all of which are available at competitive prices. Whether your choice is simple or elaborate, we give you the option to customize various aspects of the invite, from the wording to the embellishments, to create a perfect card to embody that special event in your life. We stay up to date on trends with our continuously updated collection of wedding invitation designs. Whether you need a whimsical illustration for a garden wedding or a classic motif for a traditional ceremony, you'll find tasteful choices in our catalog. While we've crafted many of our own card designs, we also carry chic selections from other designers such as Ink Well and Mindy Weiss. Need help with the wording or other aspects of wedding invitation etiquette Take a peek at our guide for useful advice from the experts.

Invitations aren't all we offer here at The American Wedding. Our extensive collection of stationery covers everything you need for the ceremony and celebration, including save-the-date cards, place cards for the reception, and even direction cards to match your choice of invite. If you're a friend or relative planning things for the bride and groom, we can also provide you with stationery for events leading up to the big day. Our bridal shower, rehearsal dinner, bachelorette party, and engagement party invites all come with the same high level of quality as our wedding invites. Having trouble coming up with reception décor to match your theme and wedding invitation Take a look at our selection of matching ensembles. We might just have the perfect set of menu cards, table cards, and other tableware for your big day. Consider us your one stop shop for all your wedding stationery needs. As a manufacturer, all our products come straight from our brick-and-mortar facility in Peru, Indiana. With over 100 years of tradition behind us, we will surely meet all your expectations for gorgeous wedding invitations and other stationery at an excellent price.

The secret is that it loves its characters, too. Most raunchy comedies despise their characters, who are stupid, crude, shallow and vulgar. "American Wedding" wants only happiness for Jim and Michelle on their wedding day, loves their parents just for being who they are, and sees that even Stifler has a rudimentary heart, and wants to be loved.

That Michelle Flaherty (Alyson Hannigan) and Jim Levenstein (Jason Biggs) have survived the humiliations, embarrassments and scandals of the first two movies and still want to get married speaks well for their optimism and resilience. Jim's dad (the irreplaceable Eugene Levy) deserves a medal for understanding his son as only a father can. The movie opens with dad rushing a forgotten engagement ring to a restaurant, where he fails to realize that Michelle is under the table. Levy once again plays dad as a good and imperfect hero who can keep a hopeful face in the midst of scandal and disaster. He is joined this time by Michelle's dad, Harold, played by Fred Willard, who you will recall as the idiotic dog show announcer in "Best in Show." Rising to toast the union between his Irish family and the Jewish family of his new in-laws, he brings real warmth and sincerity to his hope that "we can sit many happy shivas together." The plot, if there is one, involves Jim's determination to learn to dance before his wedding, Stifler's hopeless infatuation with Michelle's virtuous sister Cadence (January Jones), the efforts of Jim and his wedding party to keep the troublemaker Stifler from the wedding, and a couple of walks on the wild side--one when Stifler ends up in a dance contest in a gay bar, and another when a bachelor party is interrupted by Michelle's parents.

Seann William Scott has polished Stifler into a character who is on the edge of becoming a verb, as in "he stiflered the whole crowd." Proud possessor of a gigantic ego, able to conceive and stage-manage appalling scenarios, incapable of understanding why he is not universally loved, Stifler is, we all secretly know, the character in this movie we like the best. He is so incurably optimistic in the face of the crushing handicap of being himself. When he loses the wedding ring and the dog eats it and he retrieves it in what, you realize after a moment's thought, is the only way possible, what he does to keep his secret from the new mother-in-law (Deborah Rush) is simultaneously noble and nauseating.

Best pals Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas) and Kevin (Thomas Ian Nicholas) are stalwarts of the wedding party, trying to keep Stifler at bay and Jim intact. New to the cast, but undoubtedly needed for the next sequel, is Bear (Eric Allan Kramer), a balding shaggy lineman sort of guy who they meet in the gay bar. He hates Stifler as a homophobe before engaging in a hilarious dance duel with him that ends with them as good friends. It is Bear who stage-manages the bachelor party, supplying the girls: Officer Krystal (Nikki Ziering), a leather goddess, and Fraulein Brandi (Amanda Swisten), her little Swiss maid.

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