(Closed) Feeling down after wedding

posted 6 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
Member
60 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: January 2012

OMG check out my post not long before your one!! I have wedding day decision regrets!!! I regret having 3 bridesmaids, not giving the photographer a must have list which was very stupid of me as have so many must have shots missing now!! although the day went off without a hitch, afterwards I have done nothing but think oooh if only I had done this or done that? I have some weddings coming up this year and dont want to look at them and think oh I would have done it like that blar blar blar….

I totally know what you are going through…. what wa sa beautiful day is now me and only me thinking of the what if I had done this…….

I can only say that we are our own worse enemys for nit picking and im sure your wedding day was just wonderful and everyone was not bored and had a lovely day… xxx

Post # 4
Hostess
7561 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: January 2013

This is understandable – you obsess over and plan every tiny detail for months, then it’s all over in a flash. All you can do is give yourself permission to be upset about it and talk about it with your friends and Darling Husband. However, once you do these things, you’ve got to get over it. You’re married! That was the most important part of your wedding and it happened! Best wishes.

Post # 5
Member
633 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

i am disgusted by the woman who defaced the seating plan by amending her name. That is so rude i just can’t believe it. What a bitch.

Post # 6
Member
807 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

I don’t get the whole “I don’t like my husbands name” thing. What is so wrong that people get offended if we address them by their husbands surname? It’s natural that you would do that! Honestly some people just can’t be courteous enough over what is basically a few letters on a seating plan for one day! People get my name wrong all the time as its a unique name (there’s not that many people with my surname), it get spelled wrong on most of my correspondence every week but if it was wrong on someone else’s seating plan or whatever I wouldn’t even think about correcting it as I’ve spent the last 30& years correcting it and that gets very boring!

Post # 7
Member
13010 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

Wow, the woman who defaced the seating chart was way out of line…the day wasn’t about her, and it was an honest mistake!

I’m sorry you feel such regret, but, you did, after all,  marry the man of your dreams!  Dwell on that, and don’t worry about the small things people won’t remember anyway. 

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