Post # 16
Instead of getting another wedding dress and redoing ‘wedding’ pictures I would just do a nice photoshoot together, you could still get a formal gown and get super dolled up but just as anniversary pictures then.
Post # 17
I would rather live in the moment. If you really want to have a photoshoot, I wouldn’t have it be wedding themed. It would be buzzfeed-entertaining, though, if a couple took a “wedding” picture every anniversary to chronicle their aging and maturity.
Post # 18
Oh heck yeah, do it.
If you have the money to do something comfortably, and it’s not going to hurt anyone, I really can’t understand why your friends would try to prevent you. I feel bad for people like that, I can only assume they’re holding themselves back from joy too.
Post # 19
ok I love this idea, now I want to do it! plus it’ll give me a good reason to keep holding on to my wedding dress 🙂
Post # 20
You know, people can be so ridiculous. It hurts no one for you to take pictures over again, and among all of the behaviors to try to shame out of existence, this is so low on the list I can’t even find it.
Sure it sounds better to do an anniversary shoot so call it that, but the important thing here is you’re taking steps to be healthier and you don’t have pictures from your wedding, and now you want some. It’s not the do-over of a spoiled bride, it’s a sincere desire for wedding dress pictures with your DH that you don’t hate.
I say good for you bee. Live it up!
Post # 21
- Wedding: April 2017 - Valleybrook Country Club
Honestly, you will know those photos weren’t from your wedding and you may have a disconnect from them because of that. What I would do is renew vows and get a pretty dress hair and makeup done and hire a professional for the renewal! It could be just the two of you, or a big party whatever you choose, but I think that would make the pictures more valuable and sentimental to you if they were from an actual event instead of just a photo shoot.