(Closed) How did you keep your composure?

posted 7 years ago in Emotional
Post # 4
9056 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2010

just go with it.  I didn’t cry, but I did giggle my way through our vows.  Total nervous laughter.  I’m still hoping our guests actually believed we were taking things seriously!

Post # 6
2542 posts
Sugar bee

I know the feeling. Once I hear that music start and it’s time for me to walk up the aisle, I’ll be crying my eyes out…haha. No tips from me, just wanted to let you know you’re not alone! 

Post # 7
7339 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

You are definitely not alone. I’m a cry baby and I know ill be crying. I think ill just go with the flow. Definitely wanna read about others experiences. I’m adding this to my favorites.

Post # 8
46 posts
  • Wedding: July 2011

I tried really hard not to look at anyone else who would be crying when I walked down the aisle (a.k.a my mom and dad!) until I got to the end and I only looked at my husband and thought about how exciting it was going to be to be his mrs.! It seemed to work, i was thisclose to crying like a baby just before walking down the aisle, because my dad started to get choked up, but just try to think about how much fun it will be to be a mrs, and how much fun the celebration is going to be! Also, right before coming down the aisle, I took a second to be by myself and calm down a bit! and if you do cry, no biggie, it’s an emotional and beautiful day and i think everyone will understand the cry face + you’ll still be beautiful it’s your wedding day, everyone looks radiant on their wedding day no matter what!

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