Post # 17
I cry during freaking “Say Yes to the Dress” but didn’t cry at all during our ceremony. I think it was from being very aware that we were being watched by so many people.
I did cry at other times afterwards though, lol.
Post # 18
I was the opposite! I expected not to cry because I honestly never cry about anything unless something devastating happens. But I cried while I was walking down the aisle, while my H read his vows, during the toasts. Omg I was a mess. Here is proof:
Post # 19
@SupermarketGirl: I cry any time I think about any of it. However, I am not sure how I will react the day of either. It might depend on what the Fiance does.
In my first wedding, thinking back, I made myself cry. But it was not tears of joy, or whatever. I do not think that there is anything wrong if you do not.
I went to a wedding yesterday, I don’t think a single person was crying.
Post # 20
@SupermarketGirl: I cry at other people’s weddings and I was really worried, made sure I had waterproof mascara, etc. I got married on Saturday and to my shock I didn’t cry!
I choked up when I first saw my DH (eee husband!!), when I said my vows, and during my dad’s speech, but never full-on crying. Honestly, I think I was so nervous about everything going to plan that I was too keyed up to cry.
Post # 21
Me too, exact same thing. I was just too overwhelmed to feel things lol.
Post # 22
That happened to me! I only got teary eyed once during our wedding day when my DH said “Thank you so much for marrying me!”.
Post # 23
This is all very reassuring to me. I am not normally someone who cries, but these days I shed tears at the drop of a hat (or veil, or dress, or fascinator, or choosing songs, or picking readings). It is nice to know that the odds are in my favour that I won’t be a quivering bawling mess when we have the ceremony.
Post # 24
Ditto! I’ve been super-worried as well because I can cry just envisioning
all the special moments. This thread is very reassuring.
Post # 25
I ugly cry at every wedding I attend. I could hate your guts, but I’ll still cry. I am not an emotional person, and I cannot explain it at all; it’s super embarrassing for anyone sitting within 15 feet of me. By the time the bride walks in, my face is covered in snot and shame.
That being said, I probably won’t cry at all at my own wedding :-p