Post # 1
IM SO ANGRY RIGHT NOW!!!
im on the computer, normally on my ipad. anyway i clicked on histroy to find something, and seen that fi has been on my facebook messgaes.. ohwell. BUT ON THE ONE I TOLD HIM NOT TO GO ON BECAUSE IT HAS PHOTOS OF MY DRESS IN!!!!!!!
and not just my dress… but me in my dress!!!!
hes denying it! but i know he has seen it, its the second message in there so he will of seen it! im sooo angry and mad!!!
Post # 3
no idea why this is in paper…
Post # 4
@Mrsdickinson: I know how you feel. I was showing my fiancé a text that someone wrote one day, stupidly not realizing one of the last things I sent to this person was a pic of me in my dress. I quickly tried to clear the screen but I don’t know if he saw it or not. He says he didn’t but who knows.
Post # 5
Grrrr! But look at it this way. He hasn’t seen you dressed for your wedding has he? So he still only has a vague idea and, quite honestly, if he’s like most men I know, he won’t have taken in much of the detail anyway so he’ll still be surprised on the day.
Post # 6
Don’t worry about it.It’ll be totally different on your wedding day.
Post # 7
I was showing my Fiance a pic on my phone and accidently scrolled past a pic of me in my dress. He saw it most definitely, but now that time has passed he can’t even remember what it looked like at all. Men don’t pick up on details of things, especially womens clothes and how we look in them. Trust me his wandered to other manly things and he’s not thinking back to that picture at all
Post # 8
my guy has seen my dress. i was happy to show him mine so i could have his opinion if he like it. i use to work in a bridal shop and there was actually a lot of brides who brought their FIs in to see there dresses. like everyone is saying, how u looked in that pic and how your going to look on the actual day is going to be very different. i wouldnt worry about it.
Post # 9
i have an app on my iphone where i can store hidden photos and u need a password to open the folder to look at the pictures. I have moved all my dress photos to that app and out of my gallery so there is no risk he will see it. It sucks he probably saw it but dresses look so similar to guys and u dont see the detail in photos so it will be completely different in the flesh on your big day!
Post # 10
I wouldn’t worry about it! someone mentioned men don’t pay super close attention to details, and it’s true. By the time you get married you’ll be all dolled up and it’ll look completely different, and he’ll probably have forgotten by then!
Post # 11
@Mrsdickinson: My Fiance went dress shopping with me. We didn’t choose one, but he will be there for the whole process. At least now you have an idea of whether or not he likes it (I assume he would say something if he didn’t). To me, my FI’s opinion is the only one that matters. I want him to think I look beautiful.
Post # 12
I’m assuming in the picture the dress still needs numerous alterations, you’re not wearing your accessories or veil and your hair and makeup look nothing like it will the big day. I think it will still blow his mind when he sees the complete look.
Post # 13
Before we married my then Fiance went to the seamstress with me to get my dressed altered. He saw me in the dress. Know what? He had no idea what it looked like a month later when we got married. None…that’s why I didn’t care that he saw it. He couldn’t even describe it today if his life depended on it. 🙂
Post # 14
@cuddlz88: Can I ask what the app is called? It sounds like exactly what I need. I’m paranoid about him using my phone because I’m worried he will stumble upon the pictures of me in my dress (not that I’d care but he would be devastated to see it before hand).
Post # 15
@blushbliss: the app i downloaded doesnt really have a name its weird it just says folder but if you search “hide pictures” in the app store it comes up with a whole heap of apps that are basically the same thing like photo vault etc
Post # 16
Guys never remember honestly. To them it’s their gorgeous girl in a white dress. It’s a beautiful dress granted, guys don’t have our perspective.