Post # 1
lets be real! all of us start planning and there are some times we like something and buy it without having a use for it.
So here is the question: Have you bought something for you wedding that you regret?? anything that you didnt used?? or something that you though it was going to be important and it wasnt?
Post # 3
I got a set of round hat boxes and made a card box with those and other supplies that I had on hand. Everyone that I have showed it to loves it, and I received excellant reveiws on it from a lot of bees. I even did a tutorial. I have decided that I hate it, so we will not be using it. I will be using something else instead. It is a book box and I will making a large bookmark to put on it to let guests know to put their cards and well wishes in it.
Post # 4
My first dress which I bought 2 years before the wedding. Clearly everyone knows this is a bad idea but I though otherwise and learned that lesson now that I changed my mind.
Post # 5
No not yet but I am having a feeling like I might. i see these good items online and i am so tempted to buy it. Fiance says but they dont get with our theme and i said what is our theme? FI” well i know it aint a bunch of random stuff” lol gotta love him
Post # 6
Not yet, but I see this happening with shoes lol.
Though, can you really regret a pair of extra shoes?? 😉
Post # 7
@shaydenise that is true about the shoes
Post # 8
HA actually I can regret a pair of shoes. What am I gonna do with two pairs of green heels? I never really where green enough..
I have so much random stuff I bought. I am going to end up giving it all away. Its ridiculous how often I changed my mind and just kept buying stuff….
Post # 9
Everything I’ve bought so far has plans to be used at least once so hopefully, no? Although I feel like the items that will be used only once is kind of regretful. Sigh… The wonderful things about wedding planning. haha!
Post # 10
I regret my shoes and my jewelry. I bought my shoes before my dress and now I feel like they don’t “match”. I’m not sure if I’ll replace them yet.
Post # 11
I bought a pair of shoes that were much higher than I’d normally wear. After I bought them I agonized for months before I finally gave in and bought a second pair, and gave the first pair to a friend who is getting married. (First pair was $150 – ouch, second pair was around $45).
I also paid for lit votives to be outside our venue which would have been very pretty – if it hadn’t rained, so that was kind of a waste.
I bought a garter and forgot to put in on day of, so there went my something blue. 🙂 Thankfully we weren’t doing a garter toss.
I also made programs for everyone (and a few extra just in case) and not even half were taken. That was really disappointing, as I spent a lot of time and effort on them.
Finally, I had paid for champagne to be in our bridal suite, which no one really drank. I was too nervous to drink but I wish my bridesmaids had!