Post # 17
i think you should focus on the positives 🙂 it sounds like there is a long list of great things that happened too! What is done is done.. things go wrong at every wedding and it is all out of your control. you are married! thats all that really matters.
Post # 18
Trying to be optimistic here…at least it’s a day you won’t forget. That’s what a wedding day should be, I guess?
You have your husband and your bebes and that’s all that matters.
Post # 19
I kind of felt the same way you do. My now husband woke up with a bad stomach bug at 5 am. My centerpieces were not my vision, and it was hot as hell at my outdoor fall ceremony. There were things that were not how I imagined them, but at the end of the day we were married. It did take me awhile to get over my husband being sick. It was one thing that I couldn’t control. No one wants to be nauseous at their wedding. I’m sorry you feel yours was “sucky”. I bet your guests don’t feel that way. I know mine don’t.
Post # 21
While there was some positives from my wedding but I barely remember the night. Everything was rushed and so many things went wrong. Ehhh…
@hellosugar: I know how you feel! But in the end, you married the love of your life so that’s all that matters.
Post # 22
You keep saying monster in law but she is the only one you really haven’t complained much about so far lol.
You are married to your wonderful husband and that is all that matters, and honestly if you had gone off and just gotten married, your monster in law would have been there anyway ruining shit anyway if that’s what she does.
Post # 23
Sorry Your day was not as Grand. Just as all other bees said Your are married to your man that’s all that matters.
On my day it was nice in the morning Humid but nice However, By 2pm time to walk down the isle. Rain and the a Hurricane Irene. So my day was just as bad as yours but we still had a great time I ended up making the best of it.
Post # 24
oh man! What i suggest is that you do redo your wedding, slavage what you can, and in a year re new your vouls and only invite those 20 ppl that you wanted too in the first plcae, have an intimate voul renewal!
Post # 25
i havent had my wedding yet but at my friends wedding a couple ended up fighing in their hotel room and it ended up keeping them up ALL night. it was so weird. my poor friends didnt get to sleep a wink on their first night. also she spend a lot of time on the cake and we all only ate 25% of it. but i think that fight ruined theyre night.
Post # 26
@hellosugar: mine was awful too. you are not alone!
Post # 27
My little sister’s wedding sucked. She didn’t want to have a wedding but her fiance did. She is horrible at planning things.
Post # 28
Really that doesn’t sound like a sucky wedding. It sounds like a WEDDING. They are hectic, frantic, stressful and things never turn out like they looked in your head. I think almost every bride has a laundry list of stuff that went wrong. It’s up to you to decide if the day sucked or not.
want to hear my list?
I had a sore throat, fever, and lost my voice; MUA got mascara in a bridesmaid’s eye and ruined her contact lens; it rained so we had to go to our Backup location which was too crowded; DJ blew a speaker on the very first song; DJ in general sucked; one guest running late held up 20 others on a shared shuttle bus; last minute photographer swap; I forgot my deodorant; I forgot my perfume; best man super hung over; best man fucked up his toast in a major way; a friend and her boyfriend got busted trying to do the deed in the bathroom; the humidity shredded my hair; two no-showsjust oh and the shared ride shuttle tried to drop 25 guests off at the airport instead of our venue… And I’m sure there is more…
it was the very best wedding. Ever.
Post # 29
But at the end of the day, you got to marry the love of your life. Why not re-do your vows in five years and have the wedding you actually dreamed of?
Post # 30
Sorry to hear all that:( How did your FI/now husband handle everything?