(Closed) Wedding Hopes and Disappointments

posted 6 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
1526 posts
Bumble bee

Why were they denied? I can’t give much advice without knowing. Try to focus on the positives though…being married. Maybe just elope if that’s an option, and pick the most important things and have them in your smaller wedding. It sounds like you want to take control over your wedding that’s been taken from you. Try to focus on the positives about your wedding otherwise…at least you’re marrying someone you care about. I’m sorry though. 

Post # 5
2712 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

May I ask what type of church you are getting married at?  I’m getting married in the Catholic chruch and they are very strict on what you can and cannot do.  My chruch specifically says no unity candle (or anything like that), no receiving line, no guest book, no throwing rice or seeds or blowing bubbles when you exit, limits the number in the bridal party, no aisle runners, and a few other things that are escaping me.  We do get to pick through a few choices of pre-selected readings and prayers, but that’s about all the personalization we get.  Is it ideal?  Not really.  But it’s more important to me to get married in the Catholic church and in the church that I grew up attending then to get all of those little extras.  It’s all about perspective.

As far as dealing with disappointments, you deal pretty much the same way you do with any other disappointments in life.  You’ll never get everything you want, you just have to make the most of what you have.  Remember that you are getting married and that your friends and family will all be there to help you celebrate.  Those are the most important things.

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