Post # 1
What is something that you can’t stand seeing when you look at a bride, groom, wedding party and why?
For me, its seeing a bride or bridemaids wearing nose rings. I don’t mind studs but I can’t stand nose rings. The bride and bridesmaids are all done up so gorgeous, and then right smack on her face is this ring hanging out of their nose. Its not a look I like very much.
Post # 3
Personally I can’t stand the cliche strapless ballgown, formal black tuxedo and matchy-matchy huge bridal party! It seems so un original!
Post # 4
I don’t like the first kiss when it’s nothing more than a peck. I know I’m going to be a ball of nerves that day but I’m pretty sure I’ll be able to land a pretty good one on the Mr!
Post # 5
I can’t stand when the BMs hold their bouquets at different levels. Esp the ones who try to turn it into a microphone.
Post # 6
@Imhisbride: lol! I have 2 noserings and honestly completely forgot about them when I was getting ready for my wedding. Oh well!! They’re part of who I am 🙂
Post # 7
There are several.
1. Bridesmaids who are wearing short dresses and are standing with their legs apart.
2. Cheap strapless wedding dresses that haven’t been altered properly and the bride’s tata’s are hanging out for all the world to see.
3. Tattoos. Some I don’t mind, and on some brides it looks really good and you can tell its their personality. But when a bride (such as those seen on Bridezillas) are trying to have this nice wedding and they have their tattoos showing all over the place just drives me nuts.
Post # 8
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