Post # 1
so in england there is a tv show called “don’t tell the bride” which basically gives a couple Â£12k to plan a wedding but the catch is the groom has to plan the whole thing without the bride who doesn’t even get to pick her dress and won’t know where she’s getting hitched till the big day. its a wonderfully trashy show and i watch it shamelessly with the boy around, who ironically loves it too. when we watch it we can say i think that dress is horriblei don’t like the venue i wouldn’t do that at my wedding etc but we never say we shouldshouldn’t do that for *our* wedding.
how can he be so comfortable talking about other peoples big day but hopes that we’re next don’t feel any closer.
im looking at my left hand tonight and it actually feels like a ring is missing from my ring finger. UGH! IM SO READY TO GET MARRIED WHAT IS WITH THE WAITING!
Post # 3
The fact he is comfortable talking about other peoples days means that he is comfortable with the idea of marraige.
BTW – I love that show too! I would just relax, and next time you are watching the show ask him something like “What would be the number one thing you want at our wedding?” see where that takes you 🙂
Post # 4
I agree with CupcakeLove; if he is comfortable talking about it, he is comfortable with the idea.
I am also a waiting bee and I know it can be hard to wait for the ring, but try to focus on your relationship and how lucky you are to have a great man who loves you 🙂
Post # 5
Cupcakelove, you have given me a great way to start a non confrontational way of seeing how he feels about our wedding – thank you!
Belle, it comforts me that it sounds like he’s moving forward with wedding ideas, and i do hate sounding like im ungrateful, im so proud of my man he is my world and is such a good man. its because of this i want to marry him. ironic eh?!
Post # 6
@WaitingweddingBE: Haha I know exactly how you feel!