Post # 47
I’m having a destination wedding so…
That my mother will be intoxicated. Seriously.
That my FI’s brother (who invited 4 people and maybe more that I don’t know about and none of which are staying at the resort) will show up late. Late as in, I am halfway down the aisle. I actually had that dream. I would die!
Post # 48
My parents’ horrible friend making derogatory comments about gay people or people of color within earshot of my gay/trans/friends&family of color. blech 🙁
Post # 50
@GroovyHippieChick: I have that fear, too! You’re not alone.
I fear that my photographer won’t be able to come. I fear someone will spill on my dress. Those are the main ones.
Post # 52
-the on-site accomodations are too shabby!
-paying deposit site-unseen
-his friends and family feeling that it is low budget
-my mom pushing for it to be low budget so they feel ok with the small amount they can contribute
Post # 53
I fear that I won’t look like I envisioned…you know sometimes you just have a bad hair day or a bad eye-lash day?? Lol that’s one. The other would be terrible weather (windy, rainy, gloomy) yuck. Please lord!
Post # 54
My biggest fear is that I’ll have a seizure and I won’t be able to go to my own wedding. Or maybe a severe migraine.
I have epilepsy and a severe migraine disorder. When I have a seizure, I’m out of commission for a couple hours because I feel sick afterwards. When I have a migraine I’m normally out of commission all day. These are very real possibilties, and they scare the hell out of me.
I have drugs that help with migraines and the nausea/dizziness that come along with them, but they make me so tired I’m out of commission all day anyway.
I just have to think positively! If it happens then…oh well, I guess. I wouldn’t cancel my reception, everything would already be paid. I’d just hope people could still have an awesome time without me!
Post # 55
my acne not clearing up or me fainting!!!!!!
Post # 56
That I have to pee really badly during my wedding ceremony…haha it sounds stupid but I don’t want to be slouching or looking pained in my wedding pictures.