(Closed) coping mechanism

posted 8 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
2397 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

I like SIGGFU, it does sound like a sneeze!  I pretty much keep telling myself “Everything will fall into place.”  I’ve also accepted that things aren’t always going to go as I planned them.  I just plan to try and make the best of it all 🙂

Post # 4
583 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

“We’ll be married when it’s all over!” Thinking about the marriage rather than the event will probably help.

Post # 5
385 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2010

As someone who has been there, your photog gave you great advice.  Something will go wrong but if you don’t let it bother you it doesn’t matter.  We someone how were missing a table!!  But the venue set one up in about 20 seconds and no one really noticed.  My mantra for snafus was “whatever, no one will notice but me anyways”.

Post # 6
5823 posts
Bee Keeper


My Maid/Matron of Honor made my day with that one.  Just find something to laugh about, and you’ll be fine.  (Sounds like you’ve got a good one!)

Post # 7
2208 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

I agree with Carbon Girl.  100%.  Nobody will likely notice but you, and in the grand scheme of things, its really not a huge deal.  Chances are, you might not be able to do anything about it, so why stress?  I mean shoot, I misprinted my deceased grandmothers name in the program.  I printed “Mary” instead of “Grace.”  Mary is my aunt, who was very much alive and present.  I realized this immediately before the rehearsal dinner.  So the pastor made an announcement and we all had a laugh.  My centerpieces were wrong, but I said “oh well.”  Seriously,  Nobody knew what the centerpiueces should have looked like, and nobody even noticed the typo until the priest pointed it out,  Its one day, and the day is about the MARRIAGE.  If that happens, then the day is successful

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