(Closed) Wedding Day Expectations

posted 4 years ago in Emotional
Post # 2
234 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: Banquet hall

Maybe hire a photographer to take post-wedding portraits in nice weather?

Post # 3
39 posts
  • Wedding: August 2014

I understand your feelings. Nothing really went wrong on our day but by that point I was so stressed out. We took photos for about 3 hours without a break (family came late) and my dress was so hot! I had about 10 minutes to sit down and eat before the ceremony and then off to the reception. My husband went around and talked to tables (I swear he inhaled his food) while I was still eating. It was understandable but really upsetting that he left me for most of the dinner. The rest of the evening I was so worn out I felt like I couldn’t enjoy it as much as I should of. I’m also trying to figure out how to think of it different and remember all the good parts, but that can be hard haha! You are not alone. My mom said at her wedding she freaked out because the DJ didn’t play a song she wanted. I think most people are just over stressed by that time. I should have taken a 3 day spa day haha!

Post # 4
3026 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2014 - Prague

There’s not much you can do now but try and focus on the good parts and move on. I know it’s hard to think back to all the effort that went into the Big Day, and realize that you didn’t actually enjoy it, but the reality is that all that work is really about one thing: Being married. And that part is done and dusted! 

Focus on the present and the future. Let go of the past.

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