Post # 1
I’ve been listening to songs (mainly father-daughter dance related) for the past hour, and crying my head off. Don’t know if I’m just super emotional today or what, but I don’t know how I’m going to get through a whole wedding if I can’t make it through a 30 second song clip. Geeze!!
Anyone else out there having troubles picking/listening to music?
Any brides cry at your wedding, or any brides-to-be share my worries?
Post # 3
Oh I know I will cry at my wedding so will my mother… That is why at least making sure having waterproof mascara for that day.
Post # 4
For sure. We are writing our own vows and I just know we’ll both be crying. I’m already a sap (see the what movies make you cry thread, haha).
Post # 5
Oh totally. Just watching the wedding videos on here make me tear up!!
Post # 6
Yup, I’ll be a weeping mess of a person. So will my mother, Maid/Matron of Honor, and Future Sister-In-Law. We’ve all accepted this as fact.
Post # 7
Oh definitely. I have no doubt at all that I’ll cry. I cry just thinking about it now, I cry looking at random stranger’s wedding pictures, I cry when they talk about weddings on the radio!! I’m a lost cause. I know I won’t be alone though. Both of my parents and both of FI’s parents will be crying for sure too. And probably our siblings. We’re an emotional bunch!
Post # 8
Oh I’m gonna cry!…
when I walk down the aisle…
When I see my Groom tear as he watches/waits for me (cause He will.. and already admits it)…
When he have our first dance
And more than likely when I have my father/daughter dance
OH… and I’m sure I will (tear) right before ceremony starts and I get that small moment with my Dad..
Did I mention I’m gonna cry?… lol
Post # 9
- Wedding: June 2010 - Tannery Pond at the Darrow School
I though I’d be a mess walking down the aisle but only teared up a teeny bit at the beginning…Then when I tried to say my vows, my throat totally closed up and it took me a minute to compose myself but then I was alright and got through ’em…I think your adrenaline takes over a bit and somehow helps you not cry as much as you’d expect!
Post # 11
I figured I would bawl, and thinking about it before hand even made me cry, but when the day and time came, I was so nervous and excited that I didn’t cry!
Post # 12
I thought I was going to cry because I bawled listening to songs, even just thinking about the wedding. But I didn’t cry at all!!! I have no idea how that happened. My dad cried through our father/daughter dance and some how I kept it together.
The only time I cried all day was when a letter was read from a friend in Japan who couldn’t make it. That’s it!!! I wondered what the heck was wrong with me.
Now, 8 months later I think of dancing with my dad, and start crying!
Post # 13
I cried a lot while picking out music for the wedding, for some reason it was extremely emotional for me. On my actual wedding day, however, I only cried while walking down the aisle after I saw Darling Husband crying and I teared up during our first look.
Post # 14
I’m afraid I’m going to be a cry-er….I bawled my eyes out when Fiance proposed. When I actually marry him it will be even worse I’m sure. The only time I ever saw my Fiance tear up was when he proposed and I said yes, so I’m hoping he tears up at least a little bit at the wedding! hahaha is that selfish??
Post # 15
I’m going to look like a broken faucet, and so will Fiance. I’m just hoping it doesn’t turn into the ugly-cry!
Post # 16
@WineAndCupcakes: I so have this problem ESPECIALLY when I hear bette mitlers wind beneath my wings which is the song my dad wants us to dance to. I hope I don’t cry 😉