Post # 1
So I feel like i have to start a new thread about this since the last one was closed. I am not trying to change anyones mind. It is what it is, the oly thing I was saying was that people dont have to be so judgemental about it. I brought up tacky cuz thats what other people said it would be. Whatever I call it, or word it, in my head it will always be a wedding. To others, they can call it a vow renewal. I just didnt liek the negative feedback that I was getting just for wanting to have my dream day, whether it was called a wedding or vow renewal. In the invitations, I am not going to write wedding but something like a celebration of marriage. People are to uptight and I was just on here asking adice, I didnt come on here to be criticized for me wanting tohave it. Thats all
Post # 3
Threads are usually closed so people stop talking about the topic and not bring it up again, so don’t be surprised if this one is closed too.
Post # 4
“I just didnt liek the negative feedback that I was getting just for wanting to have my dream day, whether it was called a wedding or vow renewal. “
Hear this- No one criticized you for wanting to have your dream day.
In fact, several bees submitted ideas on how you could make this happen.
Post # 5
Ok either way, i apologize if I was angry. Ididnt bring the topic back up to get engative feedback aagin I jusst wanted to apologize for my comments.
Post # 6
@missdorado26: apology accepted. Maybe we can all move on now. If you need any help with ideas, vendors, DIY’s etc be sure to ask.
Post # 7
Like I said previously, if you need any support, I will help you however I can. My fiancee is deployed, as well. So, I understand what you are going through trying to plan a wedding with limited support. I don’t think you caused any problems, I just think some people are so insecure in themselves they feel the need to try to enforce their beliefs/opinions on to others. I tend to have a major problem with those type of people.
Post # 8
Here at Weddingbee, our mission is to create a friendly, supportive place where brides and grooms can ask questions, share resources, and make friends during their wedding planning process and beyond. We value robust discussion and encourage support between our community members who come from many backgrounds and have many different viewpoints.
When a moderator closes a thread, it’s done both for the sake of the OP and the sake of the community as a whole. It’s not appropriate to start a new thread to continue the thread that was closed, so I’m going to have to close this one down.
OP, I hope you’re able to use Weddingbee as a resource to plan your day.