On the day I didn’t notice anything was wrong now three weeks later I know the things that went wrong but try not to let it bother me as the day was so wonderful if these things had gone right other more important things might have gone wrong!
The hook and eye broke on my dress and I had to be safety pinned so the zip would stay up. This was horrible and I tried to breath and not have a melt down!
The garden (where the ceremony was) flowers were supposed to be cut back and they werent and they caught my dress as I walked up the isle.
My husband forgot our music player to play the signing the registrar song (signed, sealed, delivered by stevie wonder)
The harpist was supposed to be moved to another area for the cocktails and canapes and she wasn’t so we paid for an hour of music we never got she stood around drinking champagne and eating canapes instead.
I wish i’d worn flats as I didn’t wear my shoes at all and it made my dress too long.
My dad, the moron who is on medication that reacts to alcohol drank at the wedding and was so ill he had to lie down and missed basically the whole reception. I don’t have a single photo of me with my mum and dad together.
Two guests never showed and I still don’t know why!
Four guests turned up during the ceremony which wouldn’t be too bad except we only had 22 guests in total!
My dog kept sittng on my train and covered it with grass stains, it made for some very cute pictures though so i’m not mad about it!
I decided to do our couples photos at the end of the evening when everyone had left and I wish I hadn’t! I’d basically melted, my hair was a mess and my makeup needed fixing but at the time I couldn’t have cared less! Now I wish i’d touched it all up as I’m worried about the pictures but I didn’t care then I was too happy!
My mum almost missed the ceremony! I had to stop the registrar and call for my mother because she was running to do an errand. It made everyone laugh and it was such a comic moment me saying “hang on we’ve got to stop (DH face was a picture he was already nervous and he thought I was going to call it off) my mother isn’t here… MOTHER!” then her head popping round a corner going “yes?!” then she told us to hang on a minute while she finished what she was doing then came to join us. This set me off in to giggles which lasted most of the service. Everyone found it funny and its been mentioned several times since.
On a plus side it had been forcast light rain and clouds for our outside ceremony and it turned out to be an amazing bright sunshine day. Literally the most perfect weather possible.