(Closed) Is anyone else nervous?!

posted 8 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
7587 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2010

You are not alone. I posted something last week regarding my cold feet.  It’s not Fiance I fear it was everything else.  I am less than 3 weeks away now and honestly the nervousness just went away.  Someone in my post stated that I should be nervous. That most girls don’t realize how huge the decision they are making is and that to go over it in your head and analyze it to make sure it’s perfect for you, is something everyone should do.  So being nervous I think is a good sign.  A sign of your commitment to something that will last forever and the maturity level to think it through.

Post # 4
1893 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2011

I’m with ya, sister.  Sometimes at night when I’m watching TV I’ll start thinking about it and feel the anxiety slowly rise and rise until I force myself to put it out of my mind.  Like you, I don’t enjoy being the center of attention, and the very thought of it freaks me out.  I think once I make it through the actual ceremony I’ll be ok, but that walk down the aisle is going to be terrifying.

I’m gonna be a total basketcase come March.

Post # 5
190 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: April 2011

You are not alone!! I posted something about this when a girl said she had cold feet and honestly, I think anyone who goes into a marriage without a care in the world might not be taking it very seriously. It’s a big step!!! The nerves still get me too! However, I have also accepted the fact that I cant predict the future and the only thing I can really do is pray, work hard at my relationship, and be the bigger person (when I can muster up the ability lol).

Post # 6
7695 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2010

I was nervous for months and months!!! A few days before our wedding a feeling of total calm washed over me and I felt great. I was not nervous at all walking down the aisle, while getting ready, standing at the altar – anything! Honestly I think that brides think they are going to feel one way and then you are just so focused on the task at hand and your groom that you dont have those feelings whatsoever. During the walk down the aisle I only had eyes for my husband and I didnt even notice that there were people looking at me, while we were up at the altar together it was like we were blinded and could only see each other – didnt even see all 130 of our guests and even at the part in our ceremony where we faced our guests and they stood and we were looking at all of them – no nerves. You are on such a natural high that day and are so full of love and joy that the nervousness totall subsides! You will all be fine 🙂

Post # 7
1361 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2011

YES!  Haha.  I think I’m most scared for (in order of scared-ness) 1) making a speech 2) dancing (I don’t dance) 3) walking down the aisle 4) people not coming



Post # 8
447 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2011

I didn’t post here before? Lol..ya, I am flippin a wreck lately! A flippin rollercoaster of fear, uncertainty..worry..obsessing..just freakin out! My advice is to try to not think of EVERYTHING at once..things will happen as they will. I think for me..I honestly don’t feel like I am in control of enough things..but I gotta give this to God cause for me personally, He’s the one in control and things will go they way God wants them too. I am too much of a control freak..that’s my prob I think..for me..I really have to let go and let God. I have freaked out so much..it’s been really stealing my joy of being a bride. I think that this world may be focused too much on things like dresses and music and this and that..what’s really important is that two people are coming together as one..and it’s a beautiful thing. Noone is goin to remember all the stinkin details..lol.

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