(Closed) Best wedding ever

posted 6 years ago in DIY
Post # 3
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: August 2010

My own!!!!

Because I married my best friend and our wedding represented us really well.

 

I have a feeling you’ll get a lot of these responses!

Post # 4
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

A friend of mine had a very laid back wedding and people were so comfortable because the atmosphere wasn’t “stuffy” that there was a lot of dancing ALL NIGHT… all ages, all types of music, and the dj was great – it made for a fun and awesome night for everyone

Post # 5
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

I think that’s a hard question to ask and get similar answers for.  The best wedding I went to was this summer.  It was a couple of my friends getting married. The hall was a bit dingy, the tables not well decorated, nothing was organized so peopel were lost, spelling mistakes in the programs. But it was two people we loved dearly, declaring their love to each other in such an honest open way, I was touched, and had so much fun with all the friends there. 

I guess it goes to show – a “fancy” wedding, isn’t what makes it memorable.

Post # 6
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Bumble bee

@Amy43026: since mine hasn’t happened yet *wink wink* joking πŸ™‚

 I went to a wedding about a year and a half ago with my best guy friend at the time. I didn’t know anyone there, only him (my friend was friends with the couple). I had never met the couple but I could just feel the love between them. You could tell that they sincerely loved each other. they looked so happy and at ease the whole time. It didn’t help either that the food was DELICIOUS! best bread I’ve ever had and they had an open bar. I was only 20 at the time but the bartender didn’t ask anyone for ID..

The wedding was in a barn, it wasn’t fancy or anything. i don’t even remember centerpieces. but the atmosphere just felt so great and happy. you could tell everyone was there just to celebrate the couple’s marriage. no drama or anything, just happiness the whole night. mostly everyone was dancing and the DJ was great.

I guess my point here is that fancy decorations or a fancy venue, doesn’t make the wedding. but the people there and the energy they bring with them πŸ™‚

 

Post # 7
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

Besides my own which actually finally made me his “Wife” , hihih (  2 weeks since so i am still in my own little bubble Smile) , I would say my older sister’s . I was about 11 , and  I didnt know much of what goes into wedding planning  and how much is actually spent  . All i saw was  a girl in a big pretty white  dress who is smiling and laughing with his handsome man in a suit in a church that looks like a castle . 

Ever since i grew up , and i knew how much stress weddings  can be , and how much money it can cost  Cool

Post # 8
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Bumble bee

I guess I forgot to finish my point.. this last summer I went to a wedding with my Fiance where it was at a fancy venue, fancy decorations, a lot fancier than the barn wedding and while it was super fun.. It didn’t really feel like a wedding it felt more like a party.. the couple was barely together, and the groom seemed kinda lost.. while in the barn wedding I went to I felt like the couple was always together and dancing while still making time to talk to all the guests there.

Post # 10
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Newbee
  • Wedding: August 2012

That’s a great question! I always ask that of people so I can use great ideas for my own wedding.

 

Best Dance Wedding: my best friend had a nice sized dance floor outside with paper lanterns hanging over. There was a DJ. Also, there were cocktail tables around the floor that people could stand at and watch.

Best Food Wedding: plates were served; I had a portabella mushroom, the Fiance had a steak, it came with couscous and asparagus bbqed, and bread.

Prettiest Wedding: my soon to be sister in law had hers in a garden at an equestrian ranch that was also a wine tasting place, so when you went inside, it was cave like. Very simple centerpieces, floating hawaiian flowers, but the rental tables and umbrellas were gorgeous. This wedding inspired me to keep the decor simple and understated. πŸ™‚

 

 

Post # 10
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Newbee
  • Wedding: August 2012

That’s a great question! I always ask that of people so I can use great ideas for my own wedding.

 

Best Dance Wedding: my best friend had a nice sized dance floor outside with paper lanterns hanging over. There was a DJ. Also, there were cocktail tables around the floor that people could stand at and watch.

Best Food Wedding: plates were served; I had a portabella mushroom, the Fiance had a steak, it came with couscous and asparagus bbqed, and bread.

Prettiest Wedding: my soon to be sister in law had hers in a garden at an equestrian ranch that was also a wine tasting place, so when you went inside, it was cave like. Very simple centerpieces, floating hawaiian flowers, but the rental tables and umbrellas were gorgeous. This wedding inspired me to keep the decor simple and understated. πŸ™‚

 

 

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