Post # 1
This may be dumb, but my stupid bustle ruined my some of my wedding pics. It’s kind of pointed in the back and looks funky. It was raining so I was told to wear it to the first look. But it made the first look photos bad. The ceremony, family pictures, and a few with my hubby it’s down. Unfortunately, it wasn’t down for the first look or for bridal party photos.
What do you guys think? Is it a huge deal? Or is it okay? Need some help!!
Post # 2
Why are you still ruminating about every. single. thing. that went wrong??
Post # 3
I think you must have really boring wedding photos if people are focusing on the bustle. I’m usually paying attention to the looks on people’s faces in photos, not the backs of their skirts.
Did your photographer only take ass-shots of you?
Post # 4
- Wedding: February 2018 - UK
I don’t think anyone else will focus on details like that in the same way you are. I think we tend to be the most critical of our own pictures, I very much doubt anyone else will give it a second thought.
Post # 5
annabananabee : Ah yes I have heard of those types of photographers. They only ever take photos of butt stuff. You usually find them lurking behind a KFC at 12pm on a Tuesday.
Post # 6
sbl99 : lol… I’m more worried that I’ll see my ass on ‘Today Tonight’ when they do those diet/overweight segments and film everyday overweight Australians going about their business in the CBD. They always cut off the heads but they zoom into stomachs and jiggly bums. Im an owner of both of those so you can image my fear of seeing myself on a TV news segment! 😂
The photographer at KFC can take as many shots of my ass as long as they buy me a bucket!! 🍗🍗🍗
Post # 7
You seriously need to stop with this. It isn’t healthy to dwell or obsess over something to this extent, start a hobby with your new husband and stop thinking about every little wedding detail.
I know it is easier said than done but honestly you are ruining the memories of your own wedding.
Post # 8
cmsgirl : I’ve never told anyone this but THAT IS LEGIT ONE OF MY BIGGEST FEARS. Like, turning on a bit of Tracy Grimshaw to see yourself as the poster child for too many nuggs in those unicorn tights you “though looked cute at the time” but actually looked like an over-stretched rubber balloon just before it explodes from being a bit too trigger happy with the hand-pump.
Post # 9
bahhwedding22 : without meaning to sound harsh, even if it was a big deal, the wedding is over, what can you realistically do to change it? Nothing.
Post # 10
sbl99 : just commenting to say I have also thought about this being one of my greatest fears… I always make a comment when they zoom in on ppls butts thinking thank god that isn’t me lol.
Post # 11
Photoshop!! 😛 If it bothers you that much, a few clicks can fix little things like that.
Post # 12
- Wedding: May 2019 - Country/barn
bahhwedding22 : I doubt it’s as bad as you think it is. As another pp stated, there’s nothing you can do now to change how things went on your bid day. Just try to focus on all the positive things and the way you felt marrying your husband! Otherwise it’ll drive you crazy. No one else will even remember the things you’re worried about.
Post # 13
They probably told you to keep it up for the first look so it didnt get ruined and mucky for the walk down the aisle. Would you be more mad if your dress was gross and muddy for that???
Post # 14
Pretty sure your marriage is still valid, even if your bustle looked crappy.
Post # 15
So funny, you made me literally lol. Surprised my little dog no end.