Charming romantic comedy nonsense with Brigitte Bardot, HER BRIDAL NIGHT (aka "The Bride is Much Too Beautiful", La mariée est trop belle) is really only a footnote in her screen career, but it's delightful none-the-less.
Pert teen model "Chou-Chou" (Bardot) is secretly in love with fashion magazine editor Michel (Louis Jourdan), though must tread very carefully, as she suspects co-worker Judith (Micheline Presle) of also harbouring feelings for him. During a weekend photo shoot in the country, reality and fantasy blur when "Chou-Chou"'s male model partner walks off on the job, and Michel must replace him for a series of wedding photos. "Chou-Chou" goes overboard trying to keep her feelings under wraps as the situation dissolves into farce.
Pierre Gaspard-Huit directed this froth in the same year that Roger Vadim immortalised Bardot as the ultimate screen vixen in "...And God Created Woman". It's a thin piece of French pastry, and thankfully doesn't overstay it's welcome. The English dubbed version (which is, I believe, the only version of the film currently available on home video) is quite well-done with Louis Jourdan, at least, reprising his role.
The DVD from Laserlight/Delta Entertainment also includes a special introduction from Tony Curtis, plus the trailer for the 1965 Bardot/Jeanne Moreau film "Viva Maria!".