Post # 1
He would run all of the STDs through the postage machine at work, instead of picking out a “love” themed, or appropriated colored stamp. Sigh. He called me, very proud that he mailed out the STDs, and when I asked what stamp he put on them, that is what he told me! Honestly I don’t really care; I think it is cute that he felt so accomplished. But I let him know that I wanted real stamps on our invitations. He seemed a bit crushed that he did something ‘wrong,’ which made the whole thing even more cute! Has your guy ever done something wedding related along these lines?
Post # 3
Hahah… I laugh because before I found WB, I would’ve done the same thing.
If J planned our wedding it would be amazing, BUT he would probably have to quit his job to do it (not the best time manager) AND we’d go waaaaay over budget and probably into debt.
Post # 4
Where does one find these “love” stamps? I didn’t know you could do that! Is that something everyone does? I hope they’re not super expensive cause they are not typical
Post # 5
- Wedding: June 2010 - Ceremony - First United Methodist Church; Reception - My parents' house!
Everything would be nintendo and legos and robots. :p
And a crapton of LED things
Post # 6
- Wedding: April 2010 - Wyndham Sugar Bay Resort, St. Thomas
Haha, for us, it would be all Cubs.
Post # 7
…I will have to answer this one after the wedding. I am hoping that it will be spectacular though =)
Post # 8
I don’t even want to think about it! I let him choose our STD’s and am on the verge of regretting it. It looks like a kindergardener made them! I do think it’s important that I get his feedback, but guys definitely need to be made aware that things like special stamps even exist.
Post # 9
i’ll find out one day since i told him he’s responisble for our jamaica ceremony!
Post # 10
He’d want a jazz band and tons of white roses. (Jazz puts me to sleep after 10 minutes, and I’m not that crazy about flowers. Good thing we both like rock music and candlelight, since that’s the direction it’s taking.)
Post # 11
Nothing would get done! We would have gone to the courthouse!
Post # 12
LOL!!! He’d secretly book a venue in Monterey and change the invitations to reflect the new venue. SMH. He’d do it and wait until like a two weeks before the wedding to tell me, unless of course someone else spilled the beans. SMH
Post # 14
Only 1/2 of it would be planned because he has no concept of what actually needs to be planned. Yesterday when I brought up rings he was like ‘really? we need to have rings for the wedding ceremony? why don’t we just buy them later?….’
Post # 15
Ours would be about the same, but everyone (himself included) would be surprised when they walked into an empty/bare unplanned event. He has strong ideas about what he wants, but no follow through on the details!!
Post # 16
@Redtartan- my guy wants jazz too! I gave in – We are going to have it during the cocktail hour, and then a DJ to get everyone dancing later.