(Closed) Confessions of a teary Bride to be…

posted 8 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
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219 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

I’ve always been a crier, so I know what it’s like…any chance you’re pregnant? That’s the first thing I thought of when you said it was just recently.

Post # 4
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256 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

I have noticed that I get a bit more emotional about things as well, especially at weddings (real or on TV/movies) and whenever I hear “our song”. But I think it’s understandable. You’re excited to be sharing your life with someone you actually love. And there are a lot of emotions with that. Planning can be great and horrible from day to day depending on which vendor you spoke too (LOL) and you can be all over the place. It’ll get better with time i’m sure.

Post # 5
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

It’s probably just because you can relate.  I never used to cry either until i’ve gotten “older”.  I’m so old at almost 27 hehe.  But I find I can really relate to a lot of things now.  I cry at songs about growing up or moving away because I can relate, I cry when people tell stories about there pets dying cause I can relate, I am going to cry during my slideshow during my wedding because the song i’m using is just so personal to me.  I’m sure when I lose a family memeber anything that relates to someone dying is gonna make me bawl. 

Post # 6
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

Thank GOD it’s not just me!  Haha!  I have been such a ridiculous teary mess lately.  I know that I am a wedding crier by nature, but I have NEVER been a big crier over movies, tv shows, commercials, Disneyland rides (seriously, wtf?)…it’s insane!  I know this is a big time, full of a lot of changes, but I sure I hope we get back to normal pretty soon!

I also have the anxiety of how emotional I will be at the wedding…I don’t want to be one of those brides who is crying so much she can barely say her vows!

Post # 7
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

I am totally not a crier either but the past 3 months I seem to cry at anything and everything (and nope I am not prego).  I never expected planning a wedding would be this emotionally draining but from what I have read on some of the blogs this is pretty common. 

Post # 8
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Bee Keeper

Oh my goodness! Can I say that about 6 months before and after my wedding, I was a teary mess! I couldn’t go to another wedding and not bawl as I saw the bride coming down the aisle! It didn’t matter if I was better friends with the groom! I was ridiculous! I think it’s just the excitement, anticipation and the stress leading up to the day, and then all of that washing away after it’s passed. Make sure you bring some tissues or a hanky the day of! And wear waterproof mascara!!

Post # 10
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

I’m so glad to hear it’s not just me!!!  I’m a big cryer anyway, but during the course of planning the wedding, it’s gotten way worse.  The closer the day gets, the worse I get.  I mean, it’s really ridiculous.  This is why I love Weddingbee! Any time I feel like a crazy bride to be, I can come here and feel better and less like it’s just me!

Post # 11
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454 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2011

God I’ve so been there girl. I wasn’t a crier until I met my fiance and when we got serious hello flood gates. So far the wedding planning hasn’t gotten me in tears, but I fully expect that I’ll bawl like a baby as my dad sees me for the first time and when he walks me up that aisle. And don’t even get me started on the vows. I know I’m going to be a big cry baby on the day of.

Post # 12
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2010

I felt like that, too!  I cried just talking or thinking about the wedding, every sappy movie, commerical, etc, when it got close.  During the wedding I teared up a bit during the first look, and then when I was walking down the aisle, but I wasn’t too teary during the vows, which surprised me.  I think once you’re in the moment, you’re enjoying it too much.  I truly thought I’d blubber the entire ceremony, but didn’t.  Don’t worry about it!  Even if you do, you’re allowed to–it’s your day and it’s a very emotional time!

Post # 13
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

Wow so it is normal, i’ve been very emotional too as well, a week ago we went to buy a pregnancy test just to make sure even though Im on the pill but it was negative.  I think with all the wedding drama and stress it makes us vulnerable to our own selves, we’re women I guess we just have to embrace it

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