(Closed) Crying on your wedding day…did you or will you?

posted 12 years ago in Emotional
Post # 47
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2009

MY Fiance and I were just talking about this last nite.  He told me that I better not cry.  He doesn’t want me to cry or my mom to cry, because then he will start.  But I have a feeling that he will be the first one to cry at the ceremony!!  But I hope not, because if he starts to cry then I will start to cry.  And then we will all be crying!! 

Post # 48
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: March 2008

I’m not really a crier. In fact, my friends LOVE to say that I have no tear ducts. It’s not that I never cry, it’s just that I don’t cry often.  With that said, I did cry on our wedding day (and so did he!). We both (along with our guests) laughed a lot during our ceremony, but there were several times I had to wipe away tears.  He did that manly "I have something in my eye" thing.  It was all good though.  It’s an emotional day, so I think it’s to be expected.

Post # 49
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Blushing bee

He’s already told me he will cry, he is sure of it. He was teary when he proposed. I fainted. I hope I don’t faint on our wedding day. lol. I’ll probably just cry. 

 

 

Post # 50
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494 posts
Helper bee

Ugh, I cry thinking about getting married.  I am already embarassed.  I can see myself as one of those brides that can’t even talk.  I hope I get a few man tears so I don’t seem like such a wreck. 

Post # 51
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Newbee
  • Wedding: July 2009

I didn’t cry at my wedding, I’m not really a happy crier.

 

We definitely laughed, a lot, and my face hurt so much by the end of the night from smiling the whole day 🙂

Post # 52
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Helper bee

I don’t think I will. I’m not a happy crier either haha. I think we might laugh more than anything. Though I don’t know, when I graduated from highschool a couple years ago I almost got teary (it was during the video part and I went to a small school where we had all gone to school together since kindergarten) which suprised me. I didn’t actually cry, but I thought about it Tongue out.

So as of right now I don’t think I will, but who knows come the day.

Post # 53
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

i’m not a crier – so i don’t expect to. but then again i’ve cried more this year than i have in a very long time – about anything at all.. so who knows! either way, i’ll have waterproof mascara on!

Post # 54
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: December 2008

I didn’t think I would and I totally thought my hubby would, but it was totally the other way around. As soon as my processional song started and my dad guided me down the aisly, I burst into tears. Made for embarrassing photos! Hubby on the other hand was solid as a rock. All smiles and no tears.

Post # 55
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2631 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

I might, I don’t know yet. I know I tear up when I am searching for father/Daughter songs so that might be a toughie for me. Luckily I am walking down the aisle to a happy sort of song, so we will see!

Post # 56
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345 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2009

I was sure, SURE, that I would.  I started sobbing when I wrote a card to my parents the day before!  I cried at random videos!  The most I got day of was a little misting walking down the aisle, taking our vows, and listening to the Bridesmaid or Best Man speech.  No tears.  I was smiling so much!

Post # 57
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

i baaaawled. I looked so angry and stoic coming down the aisle cuz i was trying to keep from just bursting out into a flood zone! I looked mean, man!

Anyways, makeup artist with waterproof EVERYTHING was my life saver. Oh, and my soon-to-be-husband making goofy faces at me at the alter. He had a bug on his face, and everyone thought HE was crying cuz he kept wiping it off. We looked like a hot mess =]

Post # 58
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2009

I think I’ll be okay for most of the ceremony until we get to the unity candle-the soloist is singing “Yours, Mine and Ours” while my twins (who will be 6 at the beginning of October) assisted by my parents light my side of the unity candle-everytime I hear that song, I tear up and I’m sure with my precious babies taking part in this part of the ceremony, I’ll definitely be crying.

PS-I think Fiance will cry too bc he has gotten teary about a couple of things already-especially where the kids are concerned!

Post # 59
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Newbee
  • Wedding: December 2008

Im not one to cry at weddings, but after the ceremony when my husband and I finished the processional, we had about a minute of alone time and I cried like a baby. It felt so good to realize that we made it and I was now married to the most wonderful guy! I will never forget that feeling =)

Post # 60
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Newbee
  • Wedding: September 2009

I’m a big fat crier when it comes to expressing  my love and I just know as soon as the day starts, it’ll all go downhill from there (in the sense of crying that is- the day WILL BE great!)

Post # 61
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Newbee

I was beaming ear to ear and I thought the day would never end!  However my husband to be was bawling his eyes out.  It was the most precious thing I’ve ever seen.  The only time I cried during my wedding was when my dad spoke.  Everyone else took years and years to toast and my dad delivered an absolutely amazing toast in about two mintues that left me in tears.  It’s one of my best memories of that day 🙂

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