Post # 1
I’m sitting up, watching Bridesmaids with my Maid/Matron of Honor, working on flowers for my 2nd ceremony.
Today was a blur–I do, however, remember giggling for most of the ceremony. Did you giggle? Cry?
Post # 3
@MrsLongcoatPeacoat: Congrats! I obviously haven’t gotten married yet, but I’m pretty sure I’ll be crying during the ceremony. Just thinking about our vows and the whole thing makes me get emotional. Lol.
Post # 4
- Wedding: August 2013 - An amazing non-profit retreat
You got married today? Congratulations!!
Post # 5
I was pretty calm…when everyone had pegged me to be a crier. Here’s the photo taken of me outside the church letting EVERYONE know I didn’t cry. My Maid/Matron of Honor calls this the “robot bride” picture.
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Post # 7
I thought I was going to cry the whole time, but we ended up whispering to each other a lot of the time- as soon as I got to Darling Husband, he just kept saying “You’re so beautiful. You’re so beautiful.” And I just kept saying “I love you so much.” It was infinitely sweeter than any moment of my life 🙂
Post # 8
i was calm but right after the ceremony I balled like a baby! I love this picture because it reminds me of all the emotion I had right after it.
Post # 9
There are entirly too many pictures of me laughing like an idiot. When I am really excited, I giggle and smile a lot. Obviously wedding day = excited, so I look nuts in some of my pictures because I just couldn’t stop laughing! Case and point: Groomsmen says “Kiss her again!!!” at the end of the ceremony, I am literally doubled over laughing.
Post # 10
@chasesgirl: Oh that is an absolutely precious picture! What a fantastic memory that will be in 40 years 🙂
Post # 12
@bestbuddies: Aw I love this picture!
@chasesgirl: That’s awesome!
Post # 13
I just KNOW I’m going to cry =( which also makes me sad because I’m an ugly crier. I get super emotional when I’m scared or nervous and the tons of people watching me I’m probably going to cry before I even walk down the aisle up until I’m walking out again lol.
Post # 14
we laughed and joked and even did a bit of dance at the beginning – thank god i didnt cry, im an ugly crier
Post # 15
I wish “Cried like a pansy” was an option. I knew I’d cry but I didn’t know how emotional I would be even AFTER having a First Look. It was weird, I never had actual tears, just look teary-eyed and had the whole voice-cracking thing. Then after I got over that, I couldn’t stop smiling like an idiot. I swear I look like the cheshire cat in one of them. ha.
By The Way – CONGRATULATIONS!!!
Post # 16
I thought I would cry but I was surprisingly calm!
I had a few tears before walking down the aisle (seeing my class of kids outside) but as soon as I saw Darling Husband it was fine.
I think it also helped that after I walked down the aisle, before my parents gave me away, the priest asked everyone to shake hands with the people in the pews around them and to introduce themselves, that gave my Darling Husband and I time for a quick whisper and hand squeeze before the ceremony actually started which certainly calmed my nerves even more!