Post # 1
Got a question – is anyone wearing a watch on the wedding day with their dress? When I was trying on dresses I was wearing my sports Timex watch, and everytime I show someone a picture of me in my dress, they comment “But you won’t be wearing a watch, right?”. I then usually explain that no I won’t be wearing my sports watch, but I will have on a different nicer looking watch. Usually after I say that, I get some sort of wide-eyed surprised look, followed by an “oh. what do you need a watch for on your wedding day?”.
Is it really that weird to wear a watch? I thought I’d get something nice looking that was silver coloured to match my rings, necklace, and earrings.
Post # 3
I won’t be but then again I don’t wear a watch normally. Do whatever you want!
Post # 4
I intend to wear a (very normal, everyday) stretch watch. It was my grandmother’s. When I was small, I would sit on her lap and play with the wind on her wath for hours. When she passed away, she willed her watch to me. I let the battery run out because putting in a new one made me sad, but I’m going to wear it on my wedding day. I’ve worn it every important day of my life since her passing with the exception of the day I got engaged (since it was a surprise).
Post # 5
I’m not, but I’m sure FI would love it if I did. He has a thing for watches.
Post # 6
I won’t be, but I don’t see anything wrong with wearing a nice watch if you’re used to wearing one on a regular basis!
Post # 7
I didn’t wear one either, and I’m the type to wear on everyday. Unless you get one that looks like a really pretty gold or silver bracelet, I say skip it for the wedding.
Post # 8
I haven’t worn a watch since smartphones came out. I think the right watch can look beautiful though! My gown had pockets so I kept my phone/lip gloss ets in there to know what time it was!