Post # 1
Last night I had my first wedding nightmare and it was horrible. My wedding is not until September of next year idk why I started to have those dream so early. It was an horrible sleep.
Bees so how early did you start having those wedding nightmares?
Post # 2
My wedding is only about 4 months away now and I started having nightmares at about the 7 month point.
My nightmare was that it was the day of the wedding and I had forgotten all abou it, so nothing was set up, plus I hadn’t sent out any of the invitations. I was running to a dress store, the grocery store, the post office… everywhere that I would be going over the following several months as if it was possible to have it all magically come together an hour after the wedding was supposed to have started. It still bugs me to this day and I am paranoid about somehow forgetting to mail the invitations out or something.
Post # 3
Mine probably started like 3-4 months before my wedding when everything was really hectic. They were mostly about things going wrong on the actual day. They didn’t happen everyday but they were at least once a week. Totally sucked! They didn’t stop until the actual wedding day. If it makes you feel any better lots of stuff did go wrong on my actual day and I didn’t panic probably due to the fact that I had seen it coming lol
Post # 4
I’ve already had one, and my wedding is two years away! It was totally ridiculous. I dreamed that my parents decided to cancel the wedding on the day-of, and sent all of my vendors and guests away. Luckily, my FMIL somehow threw another wedding together for us outdoors. It started to rain as we were walking down the aisle. I noticed really dark storm clouds gathering. Right as we were about to say “I Do,” tornado sirens started going off and all of our guests started running towards this house next to the venue. I lost my fiance in all the chaos. Once I got inside, I started looking for a closet to shelter from the impending-doom-tornado. I opened the door, and there were a bunch of human torsos and severed heads, and I realized that the house belonged to a serial killer. Then I woke up.
Yes. That escalated very quickly. On the bright side, on my wedding day if anything goes wrong, I’ll be thinking that it could always be worse. Forgetting exra bobby pins doesn’t top freak tornadoes and serial killers.
Post # 5
coachhw: wow what a dream you had