(Closed) dissappointment and guilt

posted 4 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: February 2014

Why did you decide against your original plan?  I think that is likely the source of the disappointment.  

Post # 5
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208 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

Oh honey, I’m so sorry.  I don’t have any advice for you, except to say: it’s not too late to change it.  If you’re this unhappy with it now, do you think you’ll come around by October?  It sounds like your parents took over…which is fine if you didn’t care much about how the day came out, but you appeared to have a dream that was crushed.

So maybe this is crazy but this is what I got: could you have a smaller, informal ceremony – simple, woodsy, etheral like you wanted – with your friends/smaller guest sometime BEFORE the big wedding?  It doesn’t have to be the formal ceremony if your fiance wants to get married in a church, but just a commitment ceremony or something.  Then you get the intimate natural occasion and have a time you commit to him without 200 people watching.  Could something like that work?

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