Post # 17
I was fully prepared to cry but instead I started to crack up when I realized the minister had our vows wrong. At least he got the names right.
I’m a bit sad I didn’t get to say the vows we wrote but I’m glad I was in such a happy mood that day that I could laugh it off and not ruin my wedding day.
Post # 18
We got teary (especially me) during our vows. We wrote our own vows and kept them a secret from ech other, but told each other we couldn’t get through them without crying. But I think all that practicing made it easier to keep things together on the wedding day.
Post # 19
I know we’re going to cry.. Just before he proposed he got all misty eyed… I knew something was up right then and there!
Post # 20
I am a total cryer…I cry at EVERYTHING…seriously, dog food commercials, the ending of Cool Runnings, everything!
But I didn’t cry at our wedding…except for one part during our vows where I got a ball in my throat and couldn’t choke out the word ‘promise’.
Post # 21
I have a feeling I will cry. If my dad cries, I will cry for sure. I’m not sure if fiance will cry. If both he and my dad are crying though? I won’t have a chance!
Post # 22
I’m probably going to be a big mess, I get teary eyed when we start having serious conversation about it… I’m trying to decide whether or not makeup would be a smart choice- I want to look great and all but I can’t imagine it stay on very well with tissues and tears…
Post # 23
I’m a big-time cryer too, and my husband tears up at sweet things too sometimes. But neither one of us cried during our vows. I think it was willpower—I knew if I started crying I would probably be hiccuping and sobbing, and I didn’t want to miss any of the ceremony or not get to say any of my vows! I did cry later in the day though because I was so happy.
Post # 24
I’m a crier, so I’m sure I will cry at some point. He might too, he’s pretty emotiona when its just me and him, but the emotion of the day might just get to him