(Closed) Newlyweds: Who did NOT get wedding blues

posted 7 years ago in Married Life
Post # 62
294 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

I’m hoping I don’t get the blues! I’m enjoying the planning, but I’m also at the point that I’m really ready for all the constant WEDDING THINKING to be over with! I just want to be married and do other things with my time and brain space!  After the wedding, we get to focus on Christmas, and then we’ll do our honeymoon. Maybe after we get back from the h-moon, I’ll feel a little sad. But it’s mid-winter, I’d probably be feeling blah anyway!!  Will just have to pick up all the hobbies I dropped while planning the wedding, and make sure my husband keeps me occupied too! Ha!

Post # 63
164 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

I got the blues a little when I took off my dress. But, that was for about 5 minutes (and most likely a response to the stress of the day). Honestly, I was so happy to be on my honeymoon. And now, I am so happy to be organizing my house, putting away my gifts, and just hanging out. I didn’t get to relax much in the last 10 months because I did EVERYTHING! My brother in law just got engaged to his girlfriend (whom I love) and I was not even jealous. I can’t wait to be part of a wedding that is not mine! 

Post # 64
786 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

Nope, no wedding blues either actually.  I was happy to be done all that wedding planning and going over my timelines and details.   I am glad it’s done and everything turned out great and people had a good time.

I was actually a bit worried about how to keep busy now its done since all my spare time was used towards wedding planning, especially at the end. But I’m still just as busy with work and life in general that I didn’t even think about it.

I was more annoyed when I came back from the honeymoon that we had some loose ends to tie up.. Like do the thank you cards.. the pictures for the parents.. the wedding album.  Now I refuse to do Christmas cards this year because I spent too much on postage for STD/Invites/Thank Yous this year I’m tired of it!

I don’t look at my wedding folder, files, or links at all anymore.  That’s why I have been rarely on these boards.  The only thing I might do is listen to songs that remind me of our wedding day and smile 🙂


Edit:  OK.  There was one moment I felt a tiny bit sad but for a minute.  It was when I picked up my wedding dress from the cleaners and put it in my closet.  That I realized I would never wear it again and it was pretty and I loved it.  But I haven’t thought about it since.  But, at the end of the wedding I was looking forward to getting out of my dress because I was so hot from the crinaoline and wanted to be comfortable again.

Post # 65
4675 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

Our wedding day was nice (not perfect), and I loved planning, but it was nice to be done with planning and stress.  

Post # 66
688 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

@Soon2BeeMrsG:  I am sooooo not having wedding blues. I am a blissful Mrs. Now! The wedding was very stressful and made me see the ugly side of some people. I am so happy to be married but would never ever want to plan another wedding ever again unless I had an open budget. 

Post # 67
11 posts
  • Wedding: September 2012

I will join all those ladies who are glad that it’s all over!!! 😀 

Post # 68
1430 posts
Bumble bee

I did not get anything close to wedding blues!  My wedding was woncerful, planning was fun about 50% of the time but I felt this amazing stress lifted off my shoulders after it was over. And I was so happy to be married, move in together and start a real life. Hope you are just as thrilled the wedding is behind you!

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