(Closed) Nerves and nightmares

posted 5 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

We were SUPER busy the last few weeks so it didn’t catch up until the moment I had my dress on and waiting in the next room while the bridal party lined up. We didn’t do a first look so I thought seeing him would calm me down. I wanted to vomit! I looked through a hole in the door (big windows but the glass was fogged or w/e and there were holes in the fog part) and watched him. It didn’t help the nerves. When the music started playing I seriously thought I was going to throw up. But the second I stepped on the aisle and saw him, everything else went away and I was completely and utterly calm. Walked fast down the aisle of course but remember the man who helps ground you is at the end of the aisle and you’re doing this together.

You will get through it, take some relaxation time and just keep the picture of him at the end of the aisle smiling back at you, you’ll get there and be overjoyed!

Post # 4
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470 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

@LaTortuga:  Wedding date twins 🙂

You’re not alone! I feel frantic over every detail and I am having a very small wedding. I just want everything to be perfect. I can’t believe I am getting married either. Being a wife will be the most important thing I’ve ever done.

I am scared of falling on my face in my 4-inch heels and tumbling in the chapel. I have been having crazy dreams for a few weeks now. Now I am afraid my dress is going to make me uncomfortably hot because the gown feels like it’s ten pounds!

I just try to focus on other things when I can. I read it’s a very feminine response to panic, so it’s natural I guess 🙂 My fiance doesn’t get why I’m panicky, however.

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