(Closed) Feeling a little wedding depression.

posted 7 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
762 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

Awe, don’t give up. The good thing is that you have a lot of time, and you are already getting ideas in your head. That’s how I started planning. I actually went out and bought myself a wedding planner and spend a couple of days writing things in. There were times, where Fiance and I had a lot of down time, so I started to make to-do lists so that when things started to pick up again I knew where I had left off.  You can’t get yourself upset over people not wanting to talk about your wedding. The only people I talk about my wedding to are my mom and sister, and sometimes Fiance. If people at work or FI’s family ask me how things are going I just give them a short response and move on. It’s just the way it is, but you can’t let it get you down. As for your gown, and the people who were supposed to go with you- that was a pretty shitty thing to do condisering it’s been 3 weeks now that you have been trying to get these people together. I don’t know who these people are that were supposed to go with you, but if any of them are your BM’s I would question them on whether or not they truly want to be in your wedding. They are obviously not being supportive and they need to be told about it.

Post # 4
17 posts
  • Wedding: July 2012

You can ALWAYS send me a message since we’re date twins! Wink

I’m looking at and putting money down on our venue this Thursday. I need to find a caterer, we’re having pulled pork and beans (no kidding) and then I need to book a DJ. The DJ everyone uses here costs 500 smackeroos. I have to wait til Halloweenish for the stores to carry plain brown paper mache skulls so I can paint them, and buy tissue paper for my flowers because I’m not spending money on flowers that will die in 2 days…

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