- The Abridged Series: Wedding Peach Abridged.
- Acting for Two:
- Keep Circulating the Tapes: Since ADV Films shut down in 2009, their DVDs of Wedding Peach can be hard-to-find these days, unless someone else can save it.
- No Export for You: Two particular animated music videos never made it over to the American releases.
- Production Posse:
- Original author Sukehiro Tomita and anime character designer Kazuko Tadano were previously involved in The '90s adaptation of Sailor Moon as the first series composer and character designer, respectively.
- Rika Fukami, Aquelda's voice actress, also voiced Minako Aino/Sailor Venus in the '90s version of Sailor Moon.
- Sailor Moon also featured Kotono Mitsuishi, who voiced Potamos.
- Animation producers Toshiaki Okuno and Shūkichi Kanda would later go on to produce other works by OLM Incorporated, most notably Berserk, Gunsmith Cats and Pokémon: The Series.
- Kunihiko Yuyama, the series director, would later go on to become chief director of Pokémon: The Series.
- What Could Have Been: Word of God reveals some tidbits.
- At some point before 1988, Tomita originally envisioned that Wedding Peach would be first released as a light novel series. However, he took advantage of the anime boom occurring in The '90s to create it as an anime.
- In the manga, there are sketches of a demon, Thundurus, and his Jama demon Donner, as well as a trio of Evil Counterparts to the Love Angels named Cloud, Blitz, and Noise. Donner's design was used for Jama-P in the anime, and Cloud, Blitz, and Noise were both seen in the Young Love manga spinoff and eventually seen in the anime as minions of Sandore.
- Had the anime never been approved, the manga would have been a short one that ended with the Pluie arc.
- Takuro was originally slated to be possessed by Pluie instead of Igneous, hence his design resemblance and the kanji for "rain" in his surname.
- Tomita had a plan for Pluie to return as an amnesiac human named Hiromasa Amamiya who falls in love with Scarlett, which was also scrapped.
- The anime version of Scarlett was originally a human returnee student, like her manga counterpart.
- Momoko almost had short hair, mainly because Yazawa was told to ink her hair black for the manga, and she didn't want to go through the trouble of inking all that every time.
- Word of God: Nao Yazawa has a quite dedicated website where she discusses the series's development and extra info about the characters, among other things.
Trivia / Wedding Peach