Post # 1
I’m pretty sure I’m going to be a blubbery mess. I’m a big crier. I’m terrified. I watched an episode of Four Weddings where the bride was crying so hard she couldn’t even read her vowels. I’m pretty sure this will be me.
Plus, if you have photos of you crying.. share!! I think they’re soo adorable!
Post # 3
I was 100% convinced I was going to cry. I had a little bit of a lip tremble when my Dad met me at the beginning of the aisle, but no tears were shed and I was completely fine.
Post # 4
My ceremony hasn’t come around yet [obviously]. But I’ve already come to terms with the fact that both FI and I will bawl like babies. That’s just our nature.
Post # 5
- Wedding: April 2013 - Rhode Island
I’m not married yet but I know I’ll cry. I went to my brother’s wedding in October and could barely hold back tears. I was a bridesmaid and knew we were going to take a million pictures as soon as the ceremony was over. I was like, “Don’t you dare cry! You’ll ruin your makeup!”
Honestly, the only thing that kept tears from rolling down my cheeks was thinking about something else. I couldn’t concentrate 100% on the fact that my brother was saying his vows and omg, he’s finally getting married, this is really happening, etc. At one point I had to look up because the tears were welling so much I knew they were about to fall. Looking up helped, but really I had to stop feeling emotion for a few seconds to gain control of myself and not bawl.
Post # 6
I definitely shed a few tears, and then my crying made him tear up a bit, too.
Post # 7
@inspiredcreations: At least you are a pretty crier!
Post # 8
I didn’t cry, but my husband did just a little. He didn’t have any problems speaking though. I think you’ll be fine 🙂
Post # 9
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
Ugh, I think I will tear up some, and I’m an ugly crier… my fair skin turns all red and blotchy :/
Post # 10
We both cried. I don’t have any pictures to share here, but I have an adorable one of him wiping his eyes as I’m reading my vows.
Post # 11
I was really worried I would start crying. I am not really an emotional person, but I mean it’s my wedding… and also I was a stressed out basket case the closer it came to the big day!
Luckily I had a good ol’ fashion breakdown crying-session two days before the wedding so I think I got all the built up stress and anxiety out so I didn’t cry at the ceremony.
I did notice that surprisingly my groom was little teary eyed when I started walking down the aisle. He is not really a sensitive kinda guy, so it was extra sweet. He said when he noticed I wasn’t emotional and I was smiling at him he was able to pull it together.
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Post # 13
- Wedding: June 2012 - Franklin Plaza
Uh yea, I SOBBED through the entire ceremony. And the kicker is, I am not the type of person who usually cries at weddings, or anything really! I don’t know what came over me that day, but I was an absolute disaster. I could barely even squeak out my vows through my tears. Pathetic. Thankfully my photogs are fantastic, and you really can’t tell I was bawling my eyes out (the video however is another story), but here’s a really great one of me wiping away some boogers during my cousin’s reading. 😉
Post # 14
@inspiredcreations: I love your photos so much!! I adore your outfit especially. You can tell you wore something that exactly represented you.
@Mrs. Coyote: Awe! That photo is so sweet, boogers and all 🙂
Post # 15
Lol I cried all day. You want crying pictures, I’ve got ’em. I cried getting ready, during our gift exchange, through the whole ceremony, speeches, dances, etc etc etc.
My husband started crying before he even saw me (around when the flower girls and ring bearer came out), and I cried the whole way down the aisle (but I smiled through it), and then we both cried through the ENTIRE CEREMONY. We had to stop a couple of times to collect ourselves and wipe tears and take a few breaths so we could continue with our vows lol, we were both a hot mess. The majority of our guests were crying too!
So, since you asked, here are photos of not only me crying, but my husband, our MOH and BM, parents, and guests:
Basically, my MOH was handing out tissues ALL DAY haha.
Post # 16
Aw, no one else wants to play? I want to see more pictures, so – BUMP!