Post # 1
Title says it all, which people do you think will cry during your wedding? Or who did, if you’re married?
My mom will totally cry, FMIL will probably cry, maybe one of my FSILs… Probably not FH, maybe me. I’m 50/50 on it because while I totally get emotional about stuff like that, I also have sort of this zen “stage” head space I get into for teaching and performances and stuff like that that keeps me pretty focused and less feel-y.
So I’m not sure…
Post # 3
@Bebealways: my dad is extremely emotional and wells up with tears at the drop of a hat, so he’ll be bawling like a baby. Myself I rarely cry. My mom may come close to crying but she’s like me, super stoic. FI cried when he proposed so there’s a 50/50 chance he’ll cry, same for his dad. His mom is unfortunately not with us anymore. His stepmom I’d be really surprised if she cried.
Post # 4
I doubt anyone will. Maybe his grandmother and the random people who just cry at weddings.
Post # 5
I cried. And it was an ugly, Kim Kardashian-esque, super ugly cry. My husband teared up a bit during his speech which of course prompted me to ugly cry all over again. If anyone else cried at our wedding I was unaware.
Post # 6
I cried at our ceremony, at the speeches, at our first dance, and at my dance with my dad.
DH started to cry at the ceremony but I made him laugh so it helped him. He also teared up a bit during the speeches.
My mom and his mom both cried a few times, and my dad shed a tear or two.
My MOH cried, and many of the guests.
Post # 7
Oh gosh yes…
First Wedding in my early 20s… no tears whatsoever. (I was determined not to)
This time round…
Mr TTR and I BOTH cried during our Vows … sadly romantic us two oldtimers (it was an Elopement, just the 2 of us, on a Beach)
I think that Vows are sooo much more emotional when you are older, and BLESSED to find LOVE a second time around.
For Better for WORSE, In SICKNESS and in Health… til DEATH DO US PART takes on a lot more meaning when you are over 50 (and you are old enough to KNOW that nothing is for certain any more)