Post # 16
Omg my hair is the same way. Naturally curly, and a hot mess in humidity lol. I had planned to have it straightened and then loose waves put in but with the weather what it is I know there is not point so I have revised my hair style slightly and am just going to rock the full natural curl as best I can.
I did wake up feeling better. The weather forecast has improved ever so slightly. They are now saying 50/50 for the afternoon rain but hey I will take anything at this point. Most importantly my kiddo has done a 180 overnight and is acting 100% again which is such a huge relief.
Also as of now *knock on wood* no period! My Fiance is such a jerk though he just said “don’t worry it’ll start right at 3:55-I walk down the aisle at 4 haha! He thinks he is quite funny today apparently. 😉
Post # 17
I’m glad you’re feeling much better today! I’m sure you’ll still have a lovely wedding, rain or shine, and what’s most important is you’re getting married to the man you love while surrounded by the people that love you both. Have a blast! And maybe wear a panty liner just in case he’s right lol
Post # 18
It will all be fine. Looking back on it you won’t remember all of this stresses so don’t worry about them now.
It rained on our wedding day and I was upset because I wanted to get married outdoors in the garden, luckily it stopped right before we had to make the call and it was beautiful and perfect. Rain happens. You can’t control the weather, guests will have a good time regardless .
Our honeymoon was just one terrible incident after another. We went to Puerto Rico and while we were traveling on our way there, there was a fire at their power plant. We landed to a dark airport. It was scary. No one told us what was going on until our taxi driver finally told us. The power in the whole city was mostly out except for those place that had back up generators. Luckily, our little boutique hotel did but more other places were closed for a good chunk of time while we were there. The big resorts didn’t use their generator to light the rooms of the guests and instead used to to power their casino. We were so lucky that we had air-conditioning. 😂 we didn’t get to do and see as many things while we were there because many places were closed. Which was a bummer.
We went hiking in the tropical forest and I got bit by the Puerto Rican ant in the beginning of our trip which was similar to the Red Ant (but worse) and had a terrible allergic reaction. My crazy itching didn’t take away from the beautiful sights though and luckily our tour guide had a benadryl cream that slightly helped.
After our time in Puerto Rico, (5 days, I think, most of which everything was closed) we went on a cruise. And guess what? We got hit with a hurricane (Hurricane Matthew) so our itinerary kept getting changed due to the hurricane. We didn’t get to stop at some ports because the hurricane had hit them or was heading that way and the ones that we did get to stop had many stores or places closed. So it didn’t feel like we got the true Island experiences (not that I fault anyone for not being opened, I would have been much more concerned about the hurricane in their place too). And then one night on the cruise we actually got hit by the hurricane! (probably outskirts of it) but the boat was rocking like crazy, the staff were handing out barf bags and Dramamine like they were party bags. It was crazy. We weren’t allowed outside because of the high winds (135+). We paid for a balcony and hardly got to use it. 😂 the staff has to come into our room and remove all balcony furniture too.
It was nuts!! But it was still an amazing honeymoon because of who I got to send it with. You will still have a great time and there are worse things then some mildly cold weather. I promise you will still have a great time if you look at it positively and just enjoy whatever comes your way.
Post # 19
Gosh, nothing that is going wrong is your fault at all! Everyone on the planet takes their chances with the weather. You have backup plans, so just go with them.
If your son has seen a doctor and is treating his strep throat, I wouldn’t worry too much about that either. Kids can be sick one hour and running around the next, they are pretty tough. He could do his RB duties and take it easy.
When I was a Maid/Matron of Honor for a wedding, my period was going to start the next day. So I put on a pantiliner. Later in the evening, it was gone. I never did figure out what happened to it!
Post # 20
So it rained lol. I thought we were going to avoid it but it started literally 30 mins before and lasted until just after the end of our reception. Nonetheless, it was beautiful. The rain wasn’t a complete downpour and my venue was awesome. I told them how important it was to get married in their outdoor area as opposed to the tent so they literally wiped down chairs and had guests sit immediately so their butts didn’t get wet 😊 Between the venue and my photographer (who brought umbrellas of her own just in case) we had enough for everyone to share for the ceremony area so everyone stayed dry and I got my outdoor wedding. Here is my son, my now husband and I right before the ceremony
Post # 21
Oh how nice you all look, and your dress (and hair! ) is beautiful!
Post # 22
Congratulations Bee! You look beautiful and happy!
Post # 23
Thank you! I was so happy with how my hair turned out too! I took a chance bc this was totally different than what we did at my hair trial but my stylist nailed it and I was actually happier with this style than the original one I planned to go with 😊
Post # 25
Your hair was a success! You look beautiful and that bouquet is just gorgeous! So glad it all worked out!
Post # 26
- Wedding: February 2018 - Emerald at Queensridge
You look absolutely beautiful and they do say rain is good luck for weddings! I’m so happy things turned out good for you. Congratulations! 🙂