Billy Flynn (Chad, DAYS, with wife Gina)
"I wouldn't have changed a thing. It was the best day of my life. It was perfect."
John McCook (Eric, B&B, with wife Laurette)
"The weather. The day Laurette and I got married, it was the rainiest day in L.A. in all of 1980. It caused a tree to fall onto the road that blocked our way to the reception. It was crazy. But they say rain on your wedding day is good luck because it means your marriage will last and happily, I can attest to that."
Kate Linder (Esther, Y&R)
“The only thing I would change would be that I wouldn’t have gotten married on Saint Valentine’s Day. Other than that, it was absolutely perfect. I had a three-tiered ice cream wedding cake. The cake topper was from my parents’ wedding cake, which made it extra- special. The best part was that it didn’t even melt. Let’s just say it was a lot better than Esther’s weddings.”
Mary Beth Evans (Kayla, DAYS, with husband Michael)
"I don't think I would change anything about my real-life wedding. It went off without a hitch. It was at sunset on a cliff overlooking the ocean in Palos Verde, CA. I married the man of my dreams and will be married 35 years in November. It was a great way to start."
Parry Shen (Brad, GH, with wife Kim)
"After my friend/wedding singer sang the first verse of Lifehouse's 'Wherever You Will Go', I was supposed to come in as a surprise and sing the second verse to Kim. That still happened, but at the start of the song my friend forgot to turn on the mic and missed the first 30 seconds — so in the video, the expression on my face during that whole time is just controlled lividness that I had this whole surprise planned for weeks and now the mic wasn't even working! so the thing I would change would be to teach my friend how to turn on a freakin' microphone!"
Jason Thompson (Billy, Y&R, with wife Paloma)
"Easy, nothing. But if I had to pick something, I wish my kids were there with us, which would be tough being they weren't born yet."
Eric Martsolf (Brady, DAYS, with wife Lisa)
"The only aspect of my wedding I would change is the amount of food I didn't partake in. I literally paid for enough dinner to feed the Coast Guard, but actually consumed a roll and a few morsels of chicken."