Post # 1
“weddings are about the families- not the bride and groom”
“i dont want to be embarassed by your wedding”
both today from mother dearest! she keeps repeating the first one every time i talk to her. keep in mind i stopped giving her wedding details a while ago, AND we are paying for the wedding.
got any good ones?
Post # 3
“People dont even show up for the food so lets invite everyone” From my mom….
Post # 4
“It’s YOUR day…we’ll do whatever YOU want” – everyone I know
the reason this is my “favorite” is because while everyone keeps saying that to me, it couldn’t be further from the truth. what they really mean to say is.. “it’s YOUR day, we’ll do whatever YOU want..as long as it’s really what I want”
Post # 5
“YOU’RE NOT HAVING CAKE!?!???!?”
My sister when I told her we’re having sugar pie instead of a wedding cake lol.
Post # 6
“You can wear my dress, it’ll fit the theme perfectly”
From my mom. Who had a super traditional wedding performed in a church. Which means her dress was a HUGE ballgown with crazy sleeves and a 10 ft. train that weighs close to 239857589 pounds. My theme is rustic-beachy, outside, in Florida. I’m apparently missing the connection.
Post # 7
@lindz629: That’s my favorite as well, mostly because people use it to avoid giving me advice or helping me at all, ha.
Post # 8
@DeathByDesign: Ah, I don’t even really like cake. Sugar pie sounds awesome!
My favorite is FI’s family: “If the guys don’t wear tuxes, it will *ruin* the wedding.”
Post # 9
Gramma: “Don’t be too naked! Wear a sensible dress.”
Fiance: “I WANT A REAL WEDDING CAKE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” Really? I wanted a dessert bar with options, but apparently fiance wants a traditional tiered wedding cake.
Post # 10
“That will look weird.”
Sorry you don’t share my ~vision~
Post # 11
“If you don’t get married in the house of God, it doesn’t count.”- Dear Catholic Grandma
“People won’t want to dance at the wedding”- Fiance (well I guess I’ll be the only one!)
Oh my these are good 🙂
Post # 12
“If his family isn’t traditional, I don’t need to be traditional and pay for the wedding” – my father
Post # 13
“I will just be so glad when this wedding is OVER!”
Said repeatedly by my mother, who didn’t have to help with ANYTHING. She was very happy about the wedding, so I pointed out that it wasn’t a nice thing to say and she didn’t see why.
Post # 14
@Butterbee: OUCH, dad. Jeez.
Post # 15
I’m walking down the aisle with both parents. My dad told my mom that they should “walk a little bit behind [me] so that the guests can see [me] better.” Can you imagine? It would look like they were hesitant or something. My Future Father-In-Law also asked my SO if he had to “hold his hand or anything.” My mom has also said “I don’t like anything on your registry” and “the groom has to wear a tuxedo, or else no one will know which one he is.” It’s funny, my mom isn’t involved in the wedding at all, but will bring it up once in a while just to throw out some weird criticism.
Post # 16
“Will that strapless dress be warm enough for November?”
(I’m sorry… What, Mom?)