(Closed) I cannot WAIT until the wedding is OVER

posted 7 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

We all have our days…When it starts getting like that, I just pray for better days…I swear there’s something about weddings that brings out the UGLY in people…smh…sorry you’re going through this

Post # 4
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

Yes yes yes, me me me! I’m getting married in three weeks and I’m just looking forward to augustus 28th when it’s al done.

I’m nervous and feel anxiety. I don’t like to be the middle of attention. I’m having 60 guest and they come with 28 children. I hope they behave a bit.

I’m affraid that things go wrong, to tight timeschedule. Hair going wrong, trip over my dress, etc etc.

Post # 5
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

I had these moments. The weeks leading up to the wedding was different. The excitement was back and even though the actual week of was very stressful and intense it was wonderful…Not going to lie though, the day after I was singing AMEN it’s over constantly in my head!!!

Post # 6
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: January 1991

I felt like that a few times while I was engaged. And to be honest, I had lots of fun at the wedding… but so much more fun during the honeymoon, and maybe an even greater time after the honeymoon. We are planning for a marriage after all. So don’t get too discouraged about the whole thing. You do want to enjoy it, but at the same time… when it’s over, it’s over. And that can be a great great thing! πŸ™‚

Post # 8
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

@tuscanbride: I am sending good thoughts your way.  By The Way, your wedding date is my bday.  I am sure everything will work out just fine!

Post # 8
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Buzzing bee

I feel this way, with eleven months to go in the process.  I have felt this way since I got engaged.  The whole process is so full of emotional ups and downs, and too many concrete decisions need to be made for my indecisive comfort.  I am a very wishy washy person, when it comes to decision making.  Especially decisions that I have time to mull over.  I start to think on things, then another option presents itself, and it suddenly becomes more attractive.  Since I got engaged I have “definitely” been getting married at about five different places.  I have such a commitment-phobia when it comes to making things concrete (although, not with my relationship, thankfully!).  I am supposed to be making the down payment on my venue in three weeks and I am scared.  I’m scared to order the Save-The-Date Cards, because what if I change my mind?  Ughh.

Aside from my mental woes, there are other things that are making me wish I had a fast-forward/pause button.  Like, money.  I have no idea who is paying for what or how much they’ll be contributing.  I’ve gotten a loose, “I’m gonna pay for part of it!” from both my Future Mother-In-Law and my mom.  Future Mother-In-Law has gotten us our candy buffet glassware, but my mom hasn’t helped yet, and I’m not sure what more Future Mother-In-Law will do.

Then, familial drama.  I don’t want to invite certain people, but if I invite others, the people I’m not inviting will find out.  I know a lot of people will be mad because we’re not inviting everyone (to keep costs low) and we’re having a Destination Wedding.  FCIL seems to be bitter and jealous because FILs’ are gung-ho about my wedding and seemingly going to contribute more financially to our wedding than they did hers (which makes no sense because Fiance is THEIR SON and FCIL is NOT THEIR CHILD AT ALL!).  I can’t stand my FSILs or my Future Brother-In-Law.  Don’t want them at the wedding, but that is not a feasible request.  I will not voice it anywhere other than the Bee, either.

I’m going to practice making cake balls and cake pops.  Whether I’m successful or not will depend on whether I order them from a baker I know.  Etiher way, we’ll be transporting them in a cooler in our car for four hours across the state.  Then, we’ll have to store them in one of our relatives’ beach house freezer until the wedding.  We’ll also be transporting the glassware for our candy buffet AND the candy.  Plus, all wedding decor, including glass vases.

Needless to say, I am a nervous wreck and cannot wait to be releasing wish lanterns on the beach at the end of the day!

Post # 10
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Blushing bee

I couldn’t wait for mine to be over too! I’ve been married 2 blissful months and I don’t miss the planning and everything that comes with it 1 tiny eentsy tiny little bit!!!!!!

Post # 11
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Newbee
  • Wedding: October 2011

I feel the same way and when I tell people they give me a puzzled look Surprised

Post # 12
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

I haven’t done very much planning and I already feel this way. 

Post # 13
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

@tuscanbride:

OMG, I seriously have the SAME issues… SO MUCH DRAMA! Why is it so hard to be happy for someone these days?! Especially family! I have had so many fights with the Future Mother-In-Law and Future Sister-In-Law. They are both miserable and selfish!  Our venue for our JnJ closed due to bankruptsy (they had our deposit – we had to fight for it back and find a place 2 months from our event) My fiance was “let go” from his job and when he finally got a new one, the business I worked for closed and I had no job… its seriously one thing after another!! I am so ready to be married to the love of my life and move forward. You are not alone! *hugs*

Post # 14
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2010

I felt the same way the last month of the planning proccess. It will be over before you know it and then you can focus on the marraige! = ) Think happy thoughts.

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