(Closed) Wedding Questions

posted 6 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
Member
3121 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

1)     Did you like the attention from being a bride on your wedding day?

0 = Completely liked it

10 = Completely did not like it.

 

Answer out of 10: ___5  It definitely took some getting used to!!____

 

2)     Did you feel like you were being judged for your looks on the day of the wedding?

0 = Completely did not feel judged

10 = Completely feel judged

 

Answer out of 10: ____4…we are girls….____

 

3)     How did you feel about having so many pictures taken on your wedding day?

0 = Completely comfortable

10    Completely uncomfortable

Answer out of 10: ___0 – I loved that part!!!_____

 

4)     Were you worried about meeting others standards or expectation of what a bride should look (e.g., hair, figure, dress) and act (e.g., happy, easygoing and gracious, having no bothers)?

0 = Not worried at all

11    Completely worried

Answer out of 10: _2…Leading up to the day I worried, but not at all the day of because I felt so beautiful!_____

 

5)     Did anything beyond your control happen? If so what and how did you deal with it?

 The band actually stopped playing half an hour early, but I took care of it!  They were really apologetic. 

6)     Were you worried that people would have a bad time? Did they?

No way!  Our wedding was  a blast!

Post # 4
Member
1141 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

People don’t go to a wedding to judge you they go because they love and support you. If your feeling self conscious just keep the guest list to the people you love and know well. It can be so much fun.

Post # 5
Hostess
7561 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: January 2013

I’m not married but there was a thread recently about shy/anxious brides. Some bees suggested breaking tradition and spending the time before the wedding with your Fiance, or walking down the aisle with your Fiance so you don’t feel like everyone is staring. Also, you don’t have to do a first dance, it’s all up to you! 

Post # 7
Member
3697 posts
Sugar bee

To get past the pressure for “one perfect day,” remind yourself that ultimately it should not be the best/most perfect/most amazing, etc., day of your life, because a wedding is only a beginning. It would bode poorly for the marriage if you were to peak on Day One, right, and have nothing to look forward to after that?

Another helpful reminder is the Jewish wedding tradition of smashing the glass. They do that as a reminder that “nothing is perfect.” And they place it smack in the middle of the wedding, when people tend to obsess about having things perfect. That is not an accident.

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