Post # 17
I didn’t cry, but I couldn’t stop petting it and I DEFINITELY didn’t want to take it off!
Post # 18
@CestTresJolie14: I didn’t cry!! I did smile like an idiot nonstop and did not want to take it off…but no crying.
Post # 19
+1. I had that exact same reaction to mine.
Post # 20
No tears here. And I’m a total crier. The dress was one of the least important parts of my wedding for me.
Post # 21
Exactly how I felt! I didn’t cry when my Fiance proposed but I was like OMFG NO WAY!!!!!
lol!!!! I’d been eyeing my dress online for probably a year or so and so I knew it was for me. But I do wonder how other silhouettes would have looked on me. I didn’t want to play dress up, though. I just wanted to get my dress and go home and move onto other planning.
Sounds interesting. You know, I’m not really bothered by my feelings. I’m over the moon about my dress and can’t wait until it’s made. I cry when I watch sad things on the news or when I watch documentaries and such. I am emotional over sad things. I’ve never cried from joy, although I’m positive I will cry when/if I ever have a baby one day.
Same here! As soon as I saw my dress hug my waist and hips, I was like yep this is definitely it.
I tried on a mermaid and it had me all sorts of confused, though because my body looked really good in it. It wasn’t dress regret but boy was I surprised by my reaction and the reaction of the ladies with me. That was the only emotion besides happiness after picking my dress. I wouldn’t have minded a tear or two, though if it had been genuine.
Same here! Especially that stupid Sarah McLachlan animal abuse commercial. UGH
I am sure I’ll be dancing once my dress is made! If I cry at all wearing my dress, it’ll probably be when I walk into the church the day of. I think that’s when sh*t will get real for me lol.
I LOOOOOVEEEE my dress! I am 100% sure I picked the right dress. I made sure not to “like” it on facebook in fear that someone close to me might see it on her newsfeed and subconsiously pick it or something lol.
I’m so glad you said this because I can’t agree more. Not that there is anything wrong with going on the show. Just that the show would pick girls who would be emotionally. It’s a show and it’s supposed to be entertaining.
Post # 22
That’s interesting because I was just telling my mom that the dress and the venue were probably the two most important things to me. At least for me to pick. But I guess I’m just not that emotional about these things when it comes to myself.
Post # 23
Not only did I not cry, I had a blank face on the entire time. I’m very indecisive, so I had to approach it from a logical point of view- it met all my requirements, was beautiful, fit me (mostly) and was within my price range. There was no reason for me not to get it, other than the prospect of finding a different one and going to other stores. I think I freaked out the people working there, because I’m sure my expression and tone of voice did not say “I just bought my wedding dress!” It probably came across as “Did I remember to lock the door?”
Once I bought it, every day since I’ve grown to love it more and more, and I get more and more excited to wear it!
Post # 24
I didn’t cry and I can be pretty emotional at times. I just got really giddy and excited when I saw my dress and a mock-up of the big sash that I wanted to wear. It totally transformed the dress and I knew it was “the one.” My bridesmaids who were shopping with me even noticed that my face lit up when I looked in the mirror.
Post # 25
I didn’t, and the lady helping me try them on even commented on it. I mean, I loved the dress, but at that point I was hungry and tired of trying on dresses! I was all smiles though!
Post # 26
I didn’t cry either!! I was just so happy I found the dress and that I wasn’t going to have to try anymore On. Yippppppie!
Post # 27
I never shed a tear. I had very little emotion about it at all. I tried on probably 80-100 dresses and it was the one I kept trying on and fit me the best.
Post # 28
@CestTresJolie14: I don’t understand why women cry while trying dresses. This never made sense to me.
Post # 29
- Wedding: June 2013 - Upstate NY
I didn’t cry. I was like, OK this will work. Game over. It’s a dress for God’s sake.
Post # 30
- Wedding: June 2013 - Upstate NY
Mrs. Camel where are your recaps?!! I miss you!!!!
Post # 31
No tears here either! I was really happy and sure it was the one, and my family was surprised I didn’t cry.