Post # 1
Title says it all, which people do you think will cry during your wedding? Or who did, if you’re married?
My mom will totally cry, Future Mother-In-Law will probably cry, maybe one of my FSILs… Probably not FH, maybe me. I’m 50/50 on it because while I totally get emotional about stuff like that, I also have sort of this zen “stage” head space I get into for teaching and performances and stuff like that that keeps me pretty focused and less feel-y.
So I’m not sure…
Post # 3
@Bebealways: my dad is extremely emotional and wells up with tears at the drop of a hat, so he’ll be bawling like a baby. Myself I rarely cry. My mom may come close to crying but she’s like me, super stoic. Fiance cried when he proposed so there’s a 50/50 chance he’ll cry, same for his dad. His mom is unfortunately not with us anymore. His stepmom I’d be really surprised if she cried.
Post # 4
I doubt anyone will. Maybe his grandmother and the random people who just cry at weddings.
Post # 5
I cried. And it was an ugly, Kim Kardashian-esque, super ugly cry. My husband teared up a bit during his speech which of course prompted me to ugly cry all over again. If anyone else cried at our wedding I was unaware.
Post # 6
I cried at our ceremony, at the speeches, at our first dance, and at my dance with my dad.
Darling Husband started to cry at the ceremony but I made him laugh so it helped him. He also teared up a bit during the speeches.
My mom and his mom both cried a few times, and my dad shed a tear or two.
My Maid/Matron of Honor cried, and many of the guests.
Post # 7
Oh gosh yes…
First Wedding in my early 20s… no tears whatsoever. (I was determined not to)
This time round…
Mr TTR and I BOTH cried during our Vows … sadly romantic us two oldtimers (it was an Elopement, just the 2 of us, on a Beach)
I think that Vows are sooo much more emotional when you are older, and BLESSED to find LOVE a second time around.
For Better for WORSE, In SICKNESS and in Health… til DEATH DO US PART takes on a lot more meaning when you are over 50 (and you are old enough to KNOW that nothing is for certain any more)