Your Premier Wedding Peach Resource
Welcome to, a growing resource focused on the 1994-1997 Japanese multimedia franchise, Ai Tenshi Densetsu Wedding Peach. Here you will find English language information on the series, as well as a variety of rare images and music for your enjoyment. Please look around and have a wonderful stay. We currently have 355 quality, original Wedding Peach scans for your enjoyment with more to come! All 10 regular series CD singles and CD albums are available to listen to as well. More multimedia is on its way, stay tuned!

During the mid-’90s Wedding Peach enjoyed enough popularity to secure four tie-in video and PC game releases as well as some desktop computer software for fans. I own these these releases so I’ll be adding scans from all of them here for you to enjoy. For now, please check out what I have available.

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Wedding Peach (SNES)

Released in September of 1995, the Wedding Peach Super Famicom game is a fairly straightforward party game-style title that pits the love angels against one another in a variety of mini-game challenges. You can play in story mode to get a little more coherence to the whole thing, but it’s fun to play even without the context. This title is probably the best-known of the Wedding Peach games outside of Japan due to an English fan-translation ROM version being released in the late ’90s. The booklet contains basic playing information as well as limited character art and profiles.

Wedding Peach – ~Jama-Pii Panic~ (Super Game Boy 2)

Released in December of 1995, Jama-Pii Panic is a short and sweet puzzle game where you take control of everyone’s favourite reformed devil, Jama-Pii, and help the angels save love from Pluie! Suitable for all ages, in this game Jama-Pii can mark squares with hearts and once every square on the level has been marked with a heart the level is completed. Other devils show up to make things tough, but you can summon the love angels to give you a hand too! The booklet for this game has a basic guide to controls and playing, as well as a few pages of character designs.

Wedding Peach – Screen Saver for Windows (PC)

If you owned a computer in the 90s and early 00s you’ll likely remember seeing screensaver software available for purchase. The title “screensaver” is a little deceptive as these products often didn’t just contain a screensaver or two, they also contained other desktop accessories for customising your PC (like character sound files performed by the seiyuu, midi files, and cursor/folder images). Wedding Peach’s screensaver collection hit shelves in March of 1996 via a boxed set of 5 disks. The actual guide to installation and use doesn’t contain any graphics so I’ve only shared the booklet covers alongside the software cover below.

Wedding Peach – Doki Doki Oironaoshi (PlayStation)

Doki Doki Oironaoshi was released in September 1996 for the original PlayStation. Essentially a “dating strategy” game aimed at older (male) audiences, you pick outfits for Momoko/Yuri/Hinagiku to wear out on dates with you to a variety of locations. Pick the right outfit for the situation and expect a pleased reaction, pick clothes that don’t suit the character or scenario well and expect some miffed responses from your heroine of choice. The disc comes with a booklet outline to playing the game along with otherwise unprinted illustrations of the angels from the game in an assortment of outfits. These illustrations form a calendar from September 1996-May 1997 and are a great bonus part of this release.