11 Predictions for a "Full House" Wedding
We dream up DJ and Steve's big day.
By now you know that a spinoff of the '90s classic TV show Full House is in the works: Netflix announced a 13-episode reboot called Fuller House that will begin airing in 2016. The premise might sound familiar, with DJ as a veterinarian with two sons and one on the way when her husband dies. Knowing that she'll have her hands full, she recruits her sister Stephanie and her best friend Kimmy to move in with her. Also, Steve is back. And while we don't know in what capacity, we are crossing our fingers for a DJ and Steven reunion, which, of course, would lead to a wedding. Here, this is how our eight-year-old selves see the whole thing going down.
Will DJ (Candace Cameron-Bure) and Steve (Scott Weinger) finally get together—and stay together? From their personal Instagram accounts, it looks like the actors are rooting for it to happen just as much as we are!
Few places in San Francisco are more romantic than Alamo Square, which served as the backdrop for the Full House
house. Uncle Jesse and Becky were married at home, so we see the wedding ceremony happening close by in the park.
The Maid of Honor
The real life friendship of actresses Cameron-Bure (DJ) and Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie) has endured weddings, divorces, children, and even drug addiction. Cameron-Bure was the matron of honor at Sweetin's wedding. If Stephanie doesn't get the ask, all we can say is: "How rude!"
The Bachelorette Party
A spa party with the girls (a la the facials from season five's episode "Too Much Monkey Business") is an easy way to celebrate the bride-to-be without spending a ton of money or leaving the house.
The Color Palette
We suggest taking a cue from DJ's childhood bedroom and going with a pearlescent take on '90s pastels. Get the look with deep-purple anemones with saturated centers, tightly layered blush garden roses and ranunculus, speckled hellebores, mottled begonia leaves, and ruffled sweet peas in pink, lavender, and tangerine, cinched with a shimmery ribbon.
After the ceremony in Alamo Square, the wedding party can head to the Smash Club—the venue that Uncle Jesse (John Stamos) inherited and fixed up on the original series. Uncle Jesse could play some sweet Beach Boys tunes with his band, Jesse & The Rippers.
Cameron-Bure will surely bring her Dancing with the Stars skills to her role as DJ. A high kick or a low dip—please Steve!
The Surprise Guest(s)
The Wedding Toast
The Send Off
Skip the traditional confetti toss and indulge fans by having everyone scream Uncle Jesse's tagline "Have Mercy" at the end of the night. Because, how else would a Full House wedding end?