Post # 1
im a crier. plain and simple. the thought of walking down the aisle to him makes me well up if i really sit and think about it. just wondering how many of you shed a few tears or maybe your husband did?
Post # 3
Yes. We both shed a few tears at our first look, and I full out cried during our personalized vows.
Post # 4
We’re not married yet, but I know I’m going to lose it when my Dad gives me away, during the vows, during our first dance, and during the father/daughter dance. And, I get emotional seeing my Dad struggle, since he’s disabled and can’t walk well and is on oxygen, so he’s in a wheelchair outside of the house, so I’ll cry even more with however it goes with him walking me down the aisle or dancing, since I know it will be difficult for him physically.
Post # 6
Before the wedding, just thinking about getting married made me ball so I knew I would cry like a baby at the wedding but what happened instead was totally different.
I did everything I could to keep from crying. I wish I hadn’t. I just didn’t want to smear my make-up or look like a blubbering fool on my wedding day. So, instead of sweet crying pictures of me walking down the aisle, for example, I looked like this:
All I could this is “just keep breathing. Just keep breathing” so when we were pronounced and I began walking back up the aisle, I again, looked like this:
But, in my defence, I did smile really big right after! The photographers just missed it because they had to run out the hall to make sure to catch us coming out.
I did cry before the ceremony when talking to my parents and I got choked up during the vows but that is about it!
Mr. Hedgie did cry when he saw me for the first time though. It was so sweet! Not big tears but definately tears.
Post # 7
I am normally the first to cry. I didn’t cry though. I was too busy laughing. I was like am I this goofy. As soon as I walked out, my husband had the biggest smile on his face. I knew he was happy. I started laughing. I had the biggest smile on my face during the ceremony and it showed on my pictures. Plus my dad told me to walk slow so everyone can see how good WE look so I think that broke my tears because I started laughing.
Post # 8
yup, i cried walking down the aisle and when i said my personal vows. i was also about to cry when my Maid/Matron of Honor was reading a poem, so i tuned her out for a minute so i could get a hold of myself.
Post # 9
Look at my sneak Peek photos in my post …I cried when I said the “In health and in Sickness” part.
I almost cried when my reader read our poem. And I LOST it when my Maid/Matron of Honor read her speech!
Post # 10
I didn’t cry. I almost did for a second and then started thinking about what a good job the florist did on the ceremony decor.
Post # 11
I cry at the drop of a hat. I’m going to be testing out waterproof mascaras like crazy. I’m not to worried about it though — everyone expects me to cry lol. I’m a crier – whatevs.
Post # 12
- Wedding: December 2010 - Savannah, GA
Nope. I didn’t cry, and neither did he. I couldn’t stop smiling.
Post # 13
- Wedding: January 2011 - Midland, TX
I started to cry right before I started down the isle when my dad leaned over and wispered “He’s the one we have been praying for…. for you”. I could not help it! By the time we got to my SIL she said “It’s okay to cry!” I thought to myself “no it’s not! not for pictures!” I swallowed real hard and kept it in and put on a big smile (as much as I could) walking down the isle. When I got to my hubby, i noticed he had a big grin on his face and was teary eyed too!
Post # 14
Yes, I definitely cried, and I’m not really a cryer. I cried through both our vows. I thought I might, which is why I’m really glad that I chose the “repeat after me” set up rather than reading from a piece of paper, which would have been really hard.
Post # 15
I cry at commercials on TV so I thought for sure I would… I didn’t shed one tear!! It was so odd!! I think part of me was so nervous about screwing up during the ceremony that my mind was preoccupied.
Post # 16
i cried at the rehearsal even. i knew that i would cry. i cry at all weddings.
walking down the aisle with my son and him giving me to my husband was so touching for me and everyone. aparently most of the female guests were crying. once we started our vows i was fine.