(Closed) I'm so tired [rant]

posted 6 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

@Woodstock:  🙁 Big hugs. I don’t have any advice but here’s something that might come in handy:

Post # 4
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

@Woodstock:  I posted quite a similar poast a month or so ago. SLEEP. Have a bath, an early night and put in ear plugs. eye mask. Youll be surprised what a differnce in makes. #You so should totally ignore everyones requests. Im making a programme for mine so step by step people know what to expect, what they’re listening too etc and what the schedule is for afetr ceremony before reception. Its actually my parents and extended family who are worrying the most, all my mates are happy to turn up, celebrate and see waht happens. Hope you feel better soon sweet. It WILL be worth it to do it your way. Don’t let them get you down.

Post # 7
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2012

*Stands up and CHEERS*

I LOVE it when a Bride is comfortable enough in her own skin to KNOW what she wants, willing to ASK FOR IT and DO THE WORK to make it happen, and DEFEND her choices, because… well they ARE HER CHOICES !!

Your Wedding sounds lovely… lol, I’d be “honoured” to be a Guest.

A Bride marrying in her “Home Church” is a wonderful tradition, and you need make no apologies for that (HOME is afterall where your Parents are, family lives, and those are the folks who mean the most at a Wedding)

Don’t worry, the BEST GUESTS aren’t making a big deal… they too will just be pleased to be there… that you thought enough of them to invite them.

Over the years I’ve heard friends and family members “complain” (fidget more really) about an upcoming Catholic Wedding “Gosh I hope it isn’t long…”

It is what it is.  It is a Catholic Celebration of Marriage… and YES that means there will be communion mass.  Doesn’t mean you have to partake… just means that it happens.  Most Churches are well organized, and that element of the service moves along quite quickly.  Catholic Marriages are very symbolic, and if you take the time to be a patient and thoughtful Guest and listen, partake, you’ll see that it is a “very emmotional event” for the Bride & Groom

Afterall it is THEIR DAY… you just get to go along for the ride because they VALUE YOUR FRIENDSHIP & SUPPORT… so folks be supportive, for it truly is ALL that a Guest is supposed to do

 

Post # 8
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

I totally feel you! i just posted something about 5 minutes ago ranting about my fiance’s family…….he is ready to call off the wedding and go away for a weekend and get married. i want the whole wedding experience but his family is being selfish and immature about our request. we are on a tight budge and can only have a limited amount of people. we told them months ago we were not allowing guest to bring children and we were having a semi formal event (evening wedding).  they were excited about it and having a dressy night away from their kids. now that the invites have gone out, we have not heard back from any of them and they are pissed beyond belief we put no children and semi-formal attire only.

Things will be ok! just stick to your guns! we are trying to decide what to do. i don’t feel i should have to not have a wedding but it’s to the point where i don’t even care and they are ruining it for me!!  🙂

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