(Closed) My friends aren’t fun…Wedding problem

posted 8 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
466 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2011 - Sweet ceremony by the sea and sunset celebration on the North Shore of Hawaii

ahhhh, stress always seems to make things worse than they appear, don’t they? here is what you need to repeat to yourself when the stress is high – “this wedding is our day. and the people there love us and will always be there for us.” this is the most important thing – not how great of a dance party you guys can have. and your friends, i’m sure, will celebrate right alongside you on that special day 🙂  follow your heart and tune out those worrying voices in your head 🙂  big hugs!

Post # 4
527 posts
Busy bee

It will be as fun as you make it to be.  If people see the two of you happy and having the time of your life, they will too!  Plus, it’s NYE…so bonus on the fun factor!  I think everything will be just fine 🙂

Post # 5
277 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 2010

I definitely think you should invite your friends…… you’re not asking them to go clubbing with you (in which occasion it’d be good to have fun friends around), but to come to your wedding! The objective of a wedding it not to be surrended by fun people but by people who you love and who love you.

Post # 6
2271 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

Well a lot of people loosen up at a wedding. I invited several of my friends from work and they turned out to be way more fun than I expected! Besides, this is a wedding, not a football game or a keg party! This is a celebration of your union and so much more than just drinking and dancing. Invite away! You may be very surprised at what happens.

I recently attended a wedding of one of my students and I bet he and the bride were very surprised when his elderly aunt and I jumped up and did the Time Warp together! LOL

Post # 7
732 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2010 - The Tower Club

As far as your co-workers, tell your FH that they’re your friends and that’s that. It’s okay to have friends at work. If you spend your life around them, how sad would it be if you hadn’t cultivated any friendships?!

As far as being fun, people at the wedding will really react to you and how much “fun” you are having.

At our wedding, we decided in advance that we wanted to have a great time; we were committed to sharing our happiness and having a great time — regardless of who decided to join us or not.

And you know what? The guests saw us and followed suit. We had people come and tell us that they hadn’t danced in years; they hadn’t danced since their wedding day, but that they were up dancing with us. There was “something about this wedding,” they said. Which is exactly what we wanted.

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