Post # 1
So last night I had a dream that I woke up 15 minutes before my ceremony was supposed to start and no one had come to get ready with me. I couldn’t find my dress and my hair was everwhere (I also had twigs and leaves in it….so I don’t know what this says about what i was doing the night before?? lol). My mom showed up and told me I had no time to shower, do my hair or find my dress. She handed me this sewn together patchwork dress made from curtains and sheets and told me this would have to do.
So, I was standing behind the church doors that were about to open in my patchwork dress and crazy frizzy hair when i woke up. Haha, i just started laughing and told my FI!
Tell me all your silly stories!
Post # 3
Sounds pretty close to a dream I had the other night! It was 2 hours before the wedding, and my fiance hands me ‘my’ wedding dress – a bright purple, frilly, prom dress………… I start freaking out because there is NO WAY I was wearing such an ugly, purple dress!!! He gets offended and said that’s what I have, so deal with it. I then realise that (of course!) there is a wedding dress shop just upstairs (by this stage we were at the ceremony location – our university grounds) so I race up and start searching through the dresses screaming that I need one RIGHT NOW THAT WILL FIT!!! And then I woke up….
It was so bizarre! The first wedding dream I’ve had :/ I’m sure there will be more though!
Post # 4
I had what we in the theatre call “Actors Nightmares”. The worst was a dream where we started our first dance, but the wrong song played. So I was chasing down someone with my phone to re-email him the right track. It took 10 minutes to do that, and when he finally played the right track, I realized we never rehearsed our secret first dance surprise number, and we just stood there looking at each other like idiots with a karaoke track playing in the background. Sounds silly, but totally anxiety inducing for me.
In real life, we forgot to rehearse it in the couple days before the wedding, kicked everyone out of the bridal suite, detached my train and practiced just before out entrance. We messed up a little, laughed a lot, and everyone was thrilled (evidently the conversation during coctail hour had been “Think they’ll do something cute and broadway-ish? They’ve GOTTA do something. I’ll be a little disappointed if they don’t do something…”)