Post # 17
@AnnieAAA: Equal parts adorable and hilarious.
I’m not married yet so I didn’t vote, but I imagine I will at least get misty-eyed. FI on the other hand cries at a lot of things (commercials, rom coms, pretty much anything even remotely emotional) so he has already told me he is sure he will be much more of a wreck than I will be.
ETA: I get the nervous giggles sometimes instead of crying (got them at my grandpa’s funeral and at my best friend’s wedding while walking down the aisle) so I’m more concerned about that.
Post # 18
I got misty when I saw my husband and all my family during the aisle walk. but I made a quick recovery cause I was so freaking nervous and running on an adrenaline high.
But yeah, the day before or after I was crying at SPCA and sappy commericals.
Post # 19
@Ryansgirl: Haha, I LOVE IT! That’s pretty much what my face looks like, too. I love how your uncle is happily walking next to you, hehehe.
Thank you for all the feedback and stories, everyone! You all have me cracking up over here. It’s good to know that if it happens, I won’t be the only one, and also that there’s a chance that it won’t happen! I’m a daily cryer, though, so it probably will, haha.
@AnnieAAA: By the way, this made me literally lol! So cute.
Post # 20
oh I am a sap when it comes to anything remotely emotional, I will be crying like a baby! On the day it was strange though, I definately teared up when my dad saw me (he cried!), and it was really,really hard not to cry during the ceremony,and again,my eyes definately welled up,especially when my DH choked up! But,looking at pictures,you really cant tell that I felt like I was about to break down sobbing with happiness!
However,although not one single tear touched either one of our cheeks during the ceremony, at about 10.30pm at the reception,my DH was reading the guest book,and I went to go sit by him to have a quiet few minutes to ourselves. DH looked at me,and told me he was so happy in this moment that he just really wanted to cry,and he just started sobbing there and then,tears literally streaming down his face. He kept saying “Im just so happy!!”
Big sopppy daftie*sniff,sniff*
Post # 21
@reginaphalange: If that happens, at least everyone will think that it’s cute. 🙂
Post # 22
I am the ugliest cryer in the world, something i discovered thanks to my wedding photos. I did not cry at the ceremony just during the toasts and my father daugher dance. Its pretty funny to look at the photos i am an ugly crier.
Post # 23
Whenever I hear about ugly crying, I think of Kim Kardashian’s ugly crying. Apparently, there was some ugly crying last night on the premiere. I don’t have a screencap of it, but I have this awesome old one!
Post # 24
I’m really emotional person and surprisingly I didn’t cry on out wedding day! I did tear up when I saw my dad for the first time that day but cried more before the wedding listening to songs or think of our wedding. I’m also very nervous speaking in front of people and didn’t get nervous saying our vows! Quite proud of myself!
Post # 25
I did not cry- however, I was so nervous/choked up that I was shaking the whole time, it was awful!
Post # 26
@brox: That…..is quite an ugly cry, haha.
@bobsoon2bewife9887: I think that’s what will get me the most, too, looking at my parents!
Post # 27
I laughed the whole time during the ceremony while bouncing. I guess I was just really excited.
Post # 28
I ugly cried the whole way down the aisle but then I was totally fine for the rest of the day. For some people it’s just inevitable I guess!
Post # 29
@TheFutureMcBride: That’s so cute!
@MrsMcGyro: Your ugly cry is actually kind of pretty you know! I’ll have to work on mine, hahah.
Post # 30
I cry at weddings… I cry at weddings on TV… I was sure I was going to cry at my wedding. But DH caught my eyes and we only stared in each others’ eyes the whole time and all I could do is smile, and him too.
I had a few tear when we went to bed and it was all over and I realized that I had married this wonderful man.
(I tend to live my emotions late though; I only got nervous about the wedding and realized I was getting married when I started getting dressed, that is after hair and makeup! So it should have been no surprise to me that I’d realize only late that I’m married and cry late)
Post # 31
It was really difficult for me to get out my vows without crying. I just barely made it. DH was calm, confident, and very happy saying his!